Most of the mainstream hype behind blockchain technology revolves around platforms that emphasize trading a decentralized currency, like Bitcoin. But alternative networks like Ethereum and EOS are becoming more popular due to their efforts to capitalize on the more useful capabilities of blockchain networks. These platforms both serve as environments for developers to build decentralized applications.
While they are united in their goal of facilitating the production of decentralized applications (dapps), the way Ethereum and EOS are structured, marketed, and supported are quite different.
In the following sections, we highlight what sets these two platforms apart and how they match up to one another.
Ethereum vs EOS: Competitors in the Dapp Marketplace
Ethereum is a blockchain…