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Starknet is a Validity Rollup Layer 2. It provides high throughput, low gas costs, and retains Ethereum Layer 1 levels of security


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Micro Review (9)
Tokenomics (2)
Marketing (1)
Community (1)
Progress (5)
On-Chain Activity (1)
Team (1)
Technology (2)

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#Tokenomics

Starknet is yet another example of VC's dumping on retail investors; joining the ranks of EigenLayer, and Wormhole.

The price is down 72% since it's all time high which was at the token launch itself with a fully diluted market cap of $44B ($6.8B in circulation). Show More

#Progress

Starknet Changes Token Unlock Schedule for Early Investors and Funds.

Under the previous schedule, Starknet would unlock a third of the token supply for investment funds, approximately $1.3 billion worth of $STRK, on April 15th. Show More

STARKNET - TECHNOLOGY IS BEING TURNED AWAY BY THE COMMUNITY? Starknet is a layer2 solution utilizing zkRollup technology that allows developers to operate at scale while still ensuring security on Ethereum. Show More

Starting to buy some STRK here. The general feeling about the airdrop is terrible. However, people said SUI and SEI were done, then it pumped. Show More

#Progress

Quick update on $STRK

They're live, and to find on (almost) all better CEXs.

If you had a airdrop, please let me know. Show More

StarkNet is a layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that utilizes zk-rollup technology. It was created by StarkWare Industries and allows decentralized apps (dApps) to run and scale infinitely while still benefiting from Ethereum's security. Show More

#Progress

Liquidity has always been a crucial issue in the world of DeFi in general. Ekubo employs a concentrated liquidity model, utilizing its unique designs to harness the benefits of Starknet. Show More

Here is a summary of pros and cons for StarkNet

Pros:

  • Utilizes ZK-STARK technology for valid and private off-chain computations

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#Technology

Good or bad technology? Let’s check it out.

Starknet is a decentralized layer 2 network that enables Ethereum to scale securely and dapps to achieve unlimited scale for transactions and computation. Show More

#Buy?

In May 2022 Starknet successfully raised $100 million in their series D funding which valued the project at approximately $8 billion. Show More

I came across StarkNet today and i must say it is a very interesting L2 scalable solution for the Ethereum network. Show More

This project earns a 5-star rating for Proof of Execution.

The reason I decided to write about this project was that I noticed, while trading on ApeX (a simple and clean decentralized trading platform introduced by Jeppopo ), that it was "Powered by STARKWare." Show More

#Progress

Fundraising

StarkNet has successfully secured investments from numerous market users through various funding rounds. Show More

I believe that there are good micro reviews here already however, there are some notable aspects of this project that have not been mentioned by other analysts. Show More

I've only looked into Starknet briefly, but everything just sits right for me with this project. Show More

Do we really need ANOTHER L2 solution in the market especially as there already is another big fish in the ZK Roll up pond with zkSync? Show More

#Marketing

Their marketing activity is insane!

Influencers on YouTube, articles on crypto news sites, high activity in engagement and impressive on-chain numbers that back up how well they do! Show More

#Community

Where to start, oh boy.

Community Hub

Firstly, they got live and online events, hackathons and so much more! Show More

#Buy?

Reasons for me to buy

  • Unlimited computational capacity (new possibilities for building dApps). Show More
#Idea

It might not sounds like a sexy idea anymore, but what they do, they do good. Reducing gas fees is one of the common mentioned things on ETH. Show More

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