Zilliqa is one of the veterans of the market, launched during the previous bull run of 2017-2018. As analysts, it is important for us to objectively and proportionally evaluate projects, whether old or new, especially when it comes to on-chain activity. At the moment, there is no significant activity within the network comparable to competitors. So its 2 stars out of 5 and 2 only because of... More
Zilliqa, along with other smart contract platforms like IOTA and EOS, has recently faced difficulties in maintaining high levels of activity within its ecosystem. This underperformance has occurred despite the overall strong recovery of the cryptocurrency market, which has reached a combined market cap of over $1.2 trillion.
The total value locked (TVL) in Zilliqa's DeFi ecosystem has decreased... More
Zilliqa (ZIL) is a blockchain platform that aims to address the scalability limitations of traditional blockchain networks. One of the key challenges faced by many blockchain platforms is the ability to handle a large number of transactions per second without compromising security or decentralization. Zilliqa tackles this issue by utilizing a unique sharding technique.
Sharding is a process of... More
The challenge of achieving rapid transaction scalability has impeded the widespread adoption of blockchains, as they strive to meet global scaling requirements. Zilliqa addresses this obstacle by introducing the world's inaugural public blockchain sharding architecture, effectively splitting the network into multiple segments to fulfill the demand for global scalability, thereby ushering in a new... More
The first thing that stands out to me when I look at the ZIL community is their concerted effort to connect with people through various media channels. They got a extra website, Learnblockchain.org, which not only provides a wealth of information about Zilliqa but also about blockchain technology in general. In addition, they offer the option to translate their website and share data-driven... More
One aspect of Ziliqa’s project which I admire is its own use of individual technology that is not just a complete copy and paste job with a new logo put on to it as many other blockchain projects actually are. The developers of Ziliqa have actually come up with individualistic tech that is just for Ziliqa’s own blockchain use, as well as improving on other bits of their technology as the industry... More
If I check the team behind Zilliqa, it appears they have a strong technical background and experience in both academia and entrepreneurship, which could do well for the platform's success.
I like to highlight those who stand out. Prateek Saxena, a research professor at the National University of Singapore who co-founded Anquan Capital, and Max Kantelia and Juzar Motiwalla, who also helped establish Anquan Capital.
Zilliqa Research was formed in 2017 by Anquan Capital to develop the Zilliqa network, and its initial team included Dong Xinshu, Amrit Kumar, and Yaoqi Jia, all with ties to the National University of Singapore's School of Computing.
Ziliqa has a team of over 50 scientists, engineers, venture creators and industry experts which all share the same value of ‘evolving the scalability and sustainability of blockchain technology.
Their team is broken up into six different divisions:
- ‘Ecosystem Team’ which supports blockchain education and growth initiatives. This team basically perform all Ziliqa’s market research and tries... More
As an established project in the space that has built up a whole ecosystem around its blockchain it is safe to say Ziliqa is not going anywhere anytime soon. However my question would be can Ziliqa and its token ($ZIL) achieve the type of gains which it had from 2020 – 2021 ever again? And now with so many similar layer 1 competitors which could eat in to its gains how will the project overcome... More
I like Zilliqa website on first impression. But it's a top 100 chain and live since 2017, so you'd expect it to be top notch. Despite that, I'm missing a whitepaper (not even on Coingecko) and a decent intro video that explains the core concepts behind their sharding tech. I eventually found a whitepaper here
Zilliqa claims to be the first... More
In my opinion, Zilliqa is a great blockchain platform that offers fast and secure transactions. It uses a technique called sharding to handle a large number of transactions at once, and it also has strong security features to protect users from hacks and fraud.
On the positive side, Zilliqa's sharding technology allows for high scalability, which means it can handle a large volume of... More
Overall, I am quite fond of Zilliqa (ZIL). In my reviews, ZIL performs well.
I randomly searched for Zilliqa on YouTube and found a list full of reviews and buy advisory videos that predict its growth for various reasons. While some of these videos may be sponsored and biased, some provide legitimate reasons to buy ZIL, such as the recent launch of the EVM. They are proud of their... More
Many projects that are heavily reliant on their product and development skills often lack communication skills to showcase and impress their audience. However, Zilliqa has managed to avoid this pitfall by having an active marketing team alongside their blockchain development team.
Zilliqa is a blockchain platform focused on developing scalable and secure infrastructure for decentralized... More
Zilliqa is a high-performance permissionless blockchain that enables developers to program powerful smart contracts for enterprises and applications in a secure manner. Notably, it was the first public blockchain to implement sharding on its mainnet. This has enabled Zilliqa to scale in a near-linear fashion to meet the needs of its growing user base.
I think what I like most about this project... More
Jeppopo covered the Zilliqa team in detail, but I'd like to add on to his views.
Looking at Zilliqa's Team, they seem to be extremely technically strong, with over 50 that focuses on maturing the industry and evolving their scalability as well as sustainability of the blockchain technology. With the various teams broken down into 6 different arms, it looks like the team is heavily based on... More
Looking at Zilliqa's Ecosystem statistics on their website, I'm surprised to see that the daily transactions and all metrics across the board has dipped heavily over the past 7 days, which leads me to believe that more and more users and developers are looking at leaving the current ecosystem. The TVL has a massive discrepancy as well - on it's website it's $152M, yet on DefiLlama... More
I have some concerns about the possibilities of market manipulation by early investors, as well as the potential for centralization and a decline in decentralization and security. All of these issues are discussed in this review.
As of now, there are around 16.4 billion ZIL in circulation, out of the total supply (22b).
During its launch, Zilliqa allocated 60% of the total supply, with 10%... More
I would like to revise this progress review to provide more information about Zilliqa's game console, which will be the world's first WEB3 crypto-game console.
Zilliqa is venturing into the realm of Web3 gaming by introducing a hardware console and gaming hub. During a six-month research phase, their engineers dedicated their efforts to designing and testing the console with the goal of... More
I like the idea of ZIL. They have an attractive option for developers who are looking to create solutions for large-scale enterprises in financial services, gaming, advertising, and other sectors.
According to Zilliqa's developers, the platform is the first public blockchain to rely completely on a sharded network, allowing for high throughput and transaction rates that can compete with... More
The positives revolving around the community of Ziliqa are that the project has a sizeable social media presence of over 400k Twitter followers and over 44.5k subreddit members. Numbers most projects would aspire to achieve. One of the projects best initiatives to interact with its community have come via launching several community driven initiatives which support the development and interaction... More