Stellar, the most promising and new entrant in the top 10 of
Cryptocurrencies recently released its roadmap for the present year of 2018.
The unique feat has been possible due to the induction of continuous support by
Stripee which even dropped bitcoin out of
their support. Stellar was developed by Jed McCaleb who was earlier credited
with the development of Ripple and its security is handled by none other than
Jeremy Rubin, the developer of Bitcoin Core, so, Stellar is pretty strong both in
its management and team.
Stellar’s roadmap can be broadly divided into two effects:-
Development of SDEX- Stellar Decentralised
The SDEX exchange is touted as the
worldwide forefront which will enable blockchain, protocol-level trades for stellar
coins and provide liquidities, ultimately
maximizing choices and decreasing spreads. It would enable a user to create a
unique token and also can fetch any possible value in the Stellar market. Its
user-friendly approach is revolutionary that can change the virtual currency
The other unique features are low trading
fees, automatic pathfinding for cheapest trade’s available, promise of day one
sale for tokens and also to ensure end-control of user keys. The exchange will
also try to increase anchors and market-makers to position it fairly in the
ever increasing competition of cryptocurrency market. The number of nodes will
be reduced which in turn will boost how the nodes exchange data, for betterment
of the network,
Lightning network in Stellar:-
Stellar is envisioned to be placed even before
the Bitcoin, the legendary cryptocurrency in the market. Mixing technology and ideas, Stellar will integrate the security to
Lightning inching towards the much-needed
scalability and fool-proof security.
top priority is to make their network more secure and resilient by reducing the
attacks on the protocol surface, thus, eliminating bugs.
Stellar has also been stressing about better ecosystem support
which includes better overall brand communication, promotion of Stellar to raise
the stakes, better technical documentation and the development of Horizon API
and surrounded APKs.
Stellar has been a prominent partner of IBM and Tempo,
highlighting the potential the platform stands to encash if moving with the