I agree that there are a lot of projects emerging these days that share the similar idea, but I think that the main advantage of BrickState is that they will be operating within the framework of Swiss legislation, which is one of the most progressive in the world. A huge plus to credibility, so to speak. Besides, the team has laid out its vision clearly and seem to be adhering to the roadmap. So far, I didn’t find any cons with BlockState.
Iwan July 8, 2019 Reply
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