What Are The Top Block chain Projects In The Crypt World

NDX, the Tokenized Masternode investment fund, calculates the top 10 equity securities block chains based on the expected return of their tokens. The firm does this by quantifying volatility, volume, liquidity, risk and integrity. Based on INDX's proprietary algorithm predictions, tokens appear in order from 1 to 10 based on expected yield. 

Proof of Stake is a consensus method that suggests a person can mine or verify large transactions based on the number of coins he or she holds. Some PoS consensus methods also consider the useful life of the asset. According to some, PoS offers smaller centralist, greater security and energy efficiency. 
1. Pundi-X
Pundi-X has recently made waves by forming partnerships with major point-of-sale companies and is well on its way to incorporating cryptocurrency payments into retail.

Pundi-X July 12, it integrated a cartographic payment system for Whee lock point of sale devices, as reported published by Cointelegraph. by integrating the XPOS cartographic payment tool on Veronese's X990, an Android-based point of sale terminal, Pundi-X hopes that shops and retail outlets already using the X990 will process cryptocurrency in addition to traditional transactions payments.

According to Coin360, Pundi-X's token (NPXS) hit an all-time high on July 8, 2018, with a price of $0.004055 and a market cap of $363,499,888. Pundi-X has an expected yield of 18.46%. The token has risen almost 38% so far this year.

2. IOS token
IOS token (IOST) is a block chain with a large number of transactions per second, popular with gamer and started as an ERC-20 token. However, on the IOS token main net, IOS token holders voted for Node Partners as part of the betting process. the ERC-20 IOS token is the medium of exchange on the network. Users earn IOS tokens by verifying transactions and contributing to the computing power of the service.

IOS token is part of the ethereal block chain, a cryptocurrency around the internet of services, designed to bring structure to new online providers. the consistency algorithm of IOST, called proof of respectability, allows the network to be fast, while still promoting the centralization of nodes. Its goal is to process 100,000 transactions per second. 

During the initial coin offering (ICO) of the token, the price was $0.01. According to Coin360, IOST hit an all-time high of $0.12 on January 24, 2018, with a market cap of $863,429,459. IOS token has an expected return of 14.71%. So far, it is up 100%. 

3. Cosmos
Cosmos' software allows block chains to trade with each other in the so-called "Block chain internet". Cosmos, which enables interoperability between numerous block chains, raised $16 million in its initial coin offering in 2017. 

The for-profit entity Determinant built the Cosmos network, which features a native token called ATOM. The token soared to a record high of $8.17 shortly after launch. the expected yield on ATOM was 12.34%. cosmos was launched in March. Since then, its price has fallen by 43%. 

Waves is another high performance block chain with high throughput - up to 6.1 million were observed in one day. It is active in crypt collections and cannot be updated by voter vote without 80% of votes agreeing to the change, emphasizing the power of individual token holders. waves recently launched an upgrade to its block chain, enabling decentralised applications.

On 21 December 2017, the WAVES token hit an all-time high of $15.98 on estimated 24-hour volume of $83,859,200 and a market capitalisation of $1,598,420,000. Waves has an expected yield of 9.21%. However, volatility has fallen by almost 60% so far this year. 

5. Qtum
Qtum is a PoS block chain that uses the best of previous block chains such as the UTXO model, Solidity smart contracts, and (of course) PoS to bring decentralisation to the world. It recently announced plans to implement Mimblewimble - a bitcoin transaction protocol - and bring confidential tokens to its block chain. 

Qtum focuses on smart contracts and decentralized applications, much like Ether. The proof-of-stake block chain is working with Google Cloud as a software partner, according to Coin telegraph. 

Qtum's ICO subsequently reached an all-time high price of $103.45 in January 2018. The token has an expected yield of 5.60 per cent and is up nearly 42 per cent so far this year. 

6. VeChain
VeChain is a PoS block chain targeting sources and supply chains in all applications.The VeChain Foundation seems confident in its product as it has recently repurchased $25 million of its own coins. Its year-to-date low is $0.004. VeChain has struck deals with Asian brands, such as fashion brand Babyghost.

With a market cap of $1,085,620,706, VeChain's token (VET) hit an all-time high on September 4, 2018.Vechain has an expected yield of 4.61%. Up 1,400% so far this year. 

7. Tron
Tron (TRX) is a PoS block chain focused on payments - and was even recently added as a supported cryptocurrency in the Opera browser.Tron's founder Justin Sun plans to have lunch with Warren Buffet and even invited US President Donald Trump to join an educational session on cryptocurrencies, after the president tweeted that he was not a big fan of Bitcoin and big fan of cryptocurrencies. Ultimately, however, a dramatic twist caused the lunch to be postponed. 

The token's all-time price high was reached on January 4, 2018 when it reached $0.25. TRX's all-time high so far this year is $0.04. TRON has an expected yield of 4.35%. It is currently at a year-to-date low of $0.02. 

8. NEM
NEM is a PoS block chain available for private enterprise block chains. the latest Catapult update from the NEM team promises the launch of NEM - which its founders call "a licensed private block chain." On Twitter, NEM wrote. 
"What's new in NEM version 2.0, also known as Catapult? Catapult is a full-featured block chain engine that powers private and public networks through its unique smart contract plugin." 

Catapult updates require aggregated transactions and multi-level multi-signature accounts to extend the block chain's use cases. The developer explains.
"Aggregated transactions combine multiple transactions into one, allowing trustless exchanges, automated cross-chain transactions and other advanced logic.Capapult does this by generating one-off smart contracts. When all parties have approved the transaction, all transactions are executed immediately."
NEM has an expected yield of 4.20 per cent. Its price has remained virtually unchanged so far this year. 

9. Neo
Neo is a PoS block chain that promises to digitalis and automate the world's assets through block chain technology and smart contracts. The latest Neo 3.0 update continues the cryptocurrency's quest to launch a true " smart economy ". 

Neo focuses on regulatory compliance, with a focus on 'digital identity' on the block chain. Individuals, businesses and other entities operating on Neo have a unique digital identity that can be verified, and nodes on the Neo network need to be identified before transactions can be validated, accounted for and booked.
Neo has an expected yield of 2.29%. Neo has risen almost 60% so far this year. 

10. EOS
EOS is a PoS block chain that emphasis its speed and flexible utility. EOS raised 7.12 million Ether (worth $4.1 billion at the time) through its ICO and continues to make news around the world. In addition, it was recently added to the Lumi wallet. 

"Last Week Tonight host John Oliver discussed EOS in a monologue on the show in March 2018, warning viewers about the "speculative frenzy" of I Cos. However, he also compared Bitcoin to Bitconnect. Notably, the China CCID Institute ranked EOS as one of the 37 digital currencies in terms of technology, applications and innovation. The results are reported by Cointelegraph.