Ethereum community chooses ADA and Tron in a new Twitter poll

In a new Twitter poll by Vitalik Buterin Ethereum community chooses ADA and Tron. A pair of polls were created by Ethereum co-founder asking which currency would they prefer in 2035 other than the second-largest currency.

Ethereum community chooses ADA and Tron:

Co-founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, got on his Twitter handle and created a pair of Polls. Vitalik said that you wake up in 2035 and 80% of all transactions and savings in the world are in a single currency other than ETH. He provided a list of coins and asked the Ethereum community to choose from these options. In the first poll, BTC, USD, SOL, and ADA were given as an option to choose from.

Ethereum community

These Polls were created for 24 hours. After this time duration, more than 600k people participated in the first pool and the second poll participants were more than 358k. The winner of the first poll was Cardano (ADA). In the second poll, TRON, BNB, CNY, and NEO were presented as an option to choose from.  The same question was repeated in the second poll and Ethereum Community favored TRON.

Ethereum community

Buterin’s first poll includes the top cryptocurrencies by market cap, excluding stablecoins. At the time of writing, bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, has a market cap of $821 billion based on data from Bitcoin.com Markets. Solana, the fifth-largest crypto, has a market cap of $47 billion while Cardano, the seventh-largest coin, has a market cap of $42 billion.

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