With Ethereum gas and transaction prices sky-rocketing, many alternatives are popping-up. Today we will take a look at two interesting ones provided by the world-leading-exchange, Binance.
Binance Chain is the original blockchain developed by Binance. It provides fast transactions, token management, and some smart-contract functionality, but limited appeal. It's younger sister, Binance Smart Chain, is more interesting, with 100% Ethereum Virtual Machine compatibility and a quickly-growing ecosystem.
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