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Bitgert plans to add 1000+ projects to the Solana ecosystem in the next 365 days

Solana is the blockchain that aims to provide people with sound money and for that team always tries to develop new features. As reported earlier, the network holds the first position in staking with $35 billion worth of SOL locked up. In this year blockchain is aiming to increase its number of users which adds credibility to the platform. So far, Solana’s team has managed to grab 350 projects in its ecosystem. The firm is building a Riptide Hackathon to increase the number of projects on its network.

Bitgert plans to add 1000+ projects to the Solana:

Bitgert plans to add 1000+ projects on the Solana in a span of one year, according to an announcement by the platform. Bitgert is a gasless blockchain with a capability of 100k transactions per second. Due to its features, Bitgert is the fastest growing blockchain and has the capability to have a plethora of projects. The firm is equally attractive for both developers and investors. Now Bitgert plans to add 1000+ projects on the Solana network which will be four times more than the platform has managed to catch so far.

Bitgert plans to add

Although the Solana team is working on the Riptide Hackathon, a program to bring more projects on the Solana chain, it might not beat the Bitgert numbers. Bitgert’s cheaper gas fee and the faster chain than the Solana chain will make it attract more projects.

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