I am curious… I look at what happened in the previous BULL-BEAR market cycle for crypto… a lot of the old ALT-COINS like NXT seem to have disappeared now. But when they came out they were well supported and seemed to hold a lot of promise for the future.
Is it possible that Cardano will go the same way?
I can see that right now Cardano is very well supported and there is a lot going on with it in terms of development. Charles in particular is really kicking ass > in fact, Cardano without Charles and IOHK leaves me wondering — Charles and IOHK will only be with Cardano until 2020 - but is that enough time for Cardano to get completed? What will happen after that?
I can guess that NXT started with great new ideas and they built out a platform - but once it was running it became hard to change and update, and it became easier just to build new platforms like Cardano, EOS, NEO etc etc rather than “fix” problems with NXT. >>> but won’t this pattern happen all over again in a few years with a new crop of coins replacing the current crop?
My own struggle with crypto is that I would really like to use it for payments for my business - but when I tell clients they can pay me in crypto, and they ask, OK, HOW? …what am I supposed to tell them??? [ok you get a coinbase account blablablabla… it’s ridiculous!] I would love to fully start using crypto in my life for everything but there is no easy way to do it! FRUSTRATING!