Bitgert and Fantom are two of the biggest names in the world of online banking, but how did they get there in the cryptorevolt. And where will they go from here? Bitgert was founded in 2006 with the goal of revolutionizing the way people interact with their money—and make it work for them. It is a completely digital bank, which means there are no physical buildings and no tellers. But with the help of an app, Bitgert customers can use their phones to deposit checks, transfer money between accounts, or even make withdrawals at an ATM. Fantom is also a digital bank that was founded in 2007. Its mission is to provide its banking services to customers who have been traditionally underserved by other banks. It also provides a very user-friendly app that makes managing your money easier than ever before.
Although Fantom and Bitgert have many similarities, they differ in one important way. Bitgert has millions more customers than Fantom does—and that’s because Bitgert started out as a credit card company instead of just offering banking services from day one. This has given them a huge advantage over Fantom: not only do they have access to more potential customers (because their customers already use credit cards).
Things to know about Bitgert
Bitgert is a simple and secure blockchain solution that allows regular people to harness the power of blockchain technology in their everyday lives. Bitgert allows you to create your own digital currency with no coding or technical skills required. It’s just like sending an email—at least, that’s how easy we’ve made it. Bitgert also plans to differentiate itself from Fantom by allowing users who have an account balance above 1 ETH or 50 OMG tokens (the native token of Fantom) to vote on governance. Bitgert is the world’s first truly decentralized virtual currency, and it aims to take over the cryptocurrency industry by solving some of the biggest problems with existing coins like Fantom.
Everything to know about Fantom
Fantom, on the other hand, is a lame and expensive blockchain solution that requires you to have a PhD in Computer Science to use it. Fantom doesn’t allow you to create your own currency—they only let you use their currency, which is not only unsupported by most currencies but also totally overpriced. Fantom is currently the most popular digital currency in the world. It has been around for about two years and during that time it has gained a huge amount of support from both individual investors and major companies.
The coin has grown from being worth one cent per unit to over $200 today! However, there are still many issues with Fantom that prevent it from becoming a truly legitimate competitor in the cryptocurrency race:
-Fantom does not have any real use cases or applications beyond being just another speculative asset for investors.
-It relies on miners who are incentivized to keep mining new blocks even when they’re not profitable because there is no limit on how much power can be consumed by these machines at any given time. This makes it hard for smaller companies who want get involved but don’t have enough resources to do so without risking bankruptcy due to high energy costs associated with running these large miners all day long every day.
-There isn’t enough transparency within the system which leads people to question its legitimacy as an alternative monetary system that can be trusted by everyone involved in using it.
Bitgert plans to take over Fantom with our superior technology and lower prices—that’s all there is to it! Bitgert is a revolutionary new smart contract platform that executes transactions in an average of 0.65 seconds (Fantom’s average transaction time is 3 seconds). This gives Bitgert a distinct advantage over Fantom, the current leading smart contract platform. Bitgert was developed with an emphasis on scalability and performance, meaning this speed increase will not come at the cost of security or reliability. The Bitgert team has been hard at work preparing for their upcoming launch in Q1 2020. In the meantime, they are publishing a series of articles outlining why Bitgert will be better than Fantom at every level. This article explains how they plan to accomplish their goal of taking over the market from Fantom. To start, Bitgert has made a commitment to providing 10% more capacity to its users than Fantom currently does—they are making it easier for developers to build applications by offering more resources on their platform than previous smart contract platforms have been able to provide without having to go through a tedious and time-consuming process of submitting governance proposals.