Aptos (APT) aims to be the best for scalability, security, dApps and more.
Despite Aptos's promises, some crypto investors are still on the fence with the new ‘Solana killer’ blockchain.
Aptos (APT) ecosystem
The network has partnered with LayerZero Labs, an omnichain interoperability platform, to bring interoperability and high security to the Aptos network.
Hippo Labs, the aggregation layer of Aptos, will help Aptos developers build composable decentralised applications while PetraWallet will be the first web3 wallet to support Aptos' native APT token, enabling Aptos holders to connect with the Aptos ecosystem and its forthcoming DeFi services.
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Aptos (APT) troubles
Following Apto’s launch, Twitter VC ghostwritter highlighted potential game-breaking issues with the Aptos network.
The issues range from fewer TPS (transactions per second) than was initially promised and institutional meddling common in big crypto launches whereby investors who bought tokens during a funding round will have their tokens released early and ‘dumped’ on retail buyers.
Unfortunately, it's common for most crypto launches to come with undesirable tokenomics for retail investors.
Sui is a PoS blockchain network built using Aptos’s Move programming language. Sui has very similar specifications to Aptos, aiming to provide high throughput and instant settlements.
With over 60 DeFi projects building on Sui already, some crypto speculators believe Sui is ahead of Aptos and has been crowned an ‘Ethereum killer'.
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