Originating from Tsinghua University and the University of Toronto, Conflux Network an open source protocol that is designed for Decentralized Apps (DApps), and Web 3.0. It is a fast and secure public blockchain that combines Proof of Work and uses a Tree-Graph structure to power the next generation of decentralized commerce.
Boson Protocol is a web 3.0 primitive that acts as the foundational infrastructure to connect smart contracts with real-world commerce and its data to power the decentralized autonomous commerce revolution. Through Commitment NFTs, Boson Protocol allows for future trade commitments to be tokenized, enabling enterprises, organisations, and customers to bridge the divide between digital decentralized technologies and the transfer and trade of physical goods.
Waves; It is a decentralized, open source blockchain network that allows users to create tokens. Users can instantly transfer their developed tokens and start trading. The protocol also provides a variety of tools for developing web 3.0 applications.
Waves uses its own Ride programming language and states that this language provides convenience for developers. Leasing Proof-of-Stake (LPoS) mechanism is used in the network. Waves has its own exchange called Waves.Exchange and a wallet application called WavesFX.
Substrate-based blockchains are popular because the framework provides the scalability and interoperability required for next-gen Web 3.0 platform deployments. With ParaState’s Pallet SSVM, any blockchain can become Ethereum-compatible while taking full advantage of the best-performing WebAssembly ecosystem optimized for Web 3.0. Rather than try and reinvent the built environment, over 100 projects are already building blockchains and decentralized applications on the Substrate framework for Polkadot and other interoperable ecosystems using ParaState’s one-stop friendly development environment.