Moonriver (MOVR), the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain compatible smart contract platform developed on top of Kusama, is taking the lead with some impressive numbers since its launch just three weeks ago.
As reported by the Moonbeam team, Moonriver has nearly 100.00 wallet addresses on the network and over 650 ERC20 tokens have been generated. In addition, there are DeFi protocols with more than 100,000 transactions per day. Technically, Moonriver has had 5 client releases and 4 runtime updates since launch.
Even Gavin Wood, the founder of Polkadot (DOT) has shown his support and praise for Moonriver with this rapid growth.
s@MoonriverNW, the Ethereum-compatible smart contract platform developed on Kusama, is full steam ahead with some impressive figures since its launch just three weeks ago.
Moonriver has close to 100k wallet addresses on the network and over 650 ERC20 tokens have been created.” https://t.co/GUQgF324oK
Moonriver is one of the key blockchains helping Polkadot and Kusama network to demonstrate the power of the Layer 0 multichain super protocol.
With the above motivations, the number of transactions on Moonriver has surpassed 1 million transactions. An amazing achievement for a new platform that has only been launched in 3 weeks.
The team at Moonriver is currently prioritizing security and is busy working on the first Kusama cross-chain integration, which will allow KSM holders on the Kusama Relay Chain to send KSM to Moonriver. After security, the Moonriver team set out compatibility, interoperability, and decentralization as the three guiding design principles of the development team. Derek Yoo, founder of Moonbeam explains:
We believe that the integrated multi-blockchain network that Polkadot/Kusama provides will enable unique scenarios and use cases with a high level of security.
Moonriver has proven its hotness in recent times not only through the highlight of one of the winning projects of the first Kusama auction, but also an explosion in price reaction. Currently, MOVR is trading at $351, up nearly 70 times from the low of $5.4, and 99 times from the ATH at $495.
MOVR’s miraculous growth has really excited investors in events related to Polkadot (DOT) and Kusama (KSM). Now that the 2nd round of the Kusama parachain auction is going on, chances are that for most of the rest of 2021, Polkadot’s ecosystem will be full of big surprises.
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However, the Moonbeam Foundation has developed Moonriver into an Ethereum-compatible blockchain environment on the Kusama network, and so far Moonriver is pushing the boundaries of all platform features. If cross-chain scenarios and other projects become the norm in the Polkadot/Kusama ecosystem, the opportunities for innovation will be endless.
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(CHK) Well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has speculated that the iPhone 14 Pro could use a 48MP camera module. He also confirmed an earlier leak that said a smartphone model will remove the notch in favor of a punch-hole design.
iPhone 13 has only been released for a week, it’s too early to talk about what Apple is researching and developing for next year’s iPhone generation. However, that hasn’t stopped the likes of Jon Prosser from talking about Apple’s 2022 plans. Now, famous technology analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has provided some new information about the iPhone 14 Pro.
Kuo says that the main (wide-angle) lens on the iPhone 14 Pro will be upgraded to 48MP. There’s no word yet on the telephoto and ultra-wide-angle lenses, but we can expect more information about it in future leaks. Kuo also speculates that the iPhone 14 Pro might eventually get rid of the notch with a punch-hole design. We’ve seen this with previously leaked iPhone 14 Pro renders.
The camera upgrade is quite important and it marks the gradual phase out of the 12MP camera. The 48MP sensor allows users to record video in 8K, so that could be a feature we’ve come to expect. Once again, Apple and Google have proven that the megapixel count doesn’t matter as long as you have the right software and ISP.
Apple’s transition to a punch-hole display may have been delayed due to difficulties involved in installing the Face ID sensor underneath the OLED display. It would be ideal for Apple to remove the technology altogether, but that’s not likely. The notch will likely appear on the base iPhone 14 model, possibly stuck with a 60 Hz OLED panel.
The above information has not been confirmed by Apple. Although analyst Kuo has had an amazing track record in similar predictions. Let’s wait for the next leaked information about iPhone 14 in the next version.
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