Tetra’s integration with Solana Blockchain contributes to a range of defy, blockchain gaming and Web 3.0 projects.
The ether exporter announced that the USDT tokens started working on the Solana blockchain (SOL) on March 10th. In an interview with Kevin Telegraph, Tetra’s chief technology officer said the integration with the Layer 1 blockchain promises to support a wide range of DeFi projects and Web 3.0 activities.
One of Atrium’s rivals, Solana, hopes to draw the attention of Difa activists who are waiting for Atrium 2 to launch.
According to Tetra, Solana will enable users to trade at speeds of more than 50,000 transactions per second, and transaction costs will be as low as $ 0.00001. This high-speed, low-cost alternative to Atrium is accelerating new programs and projects in the field of defense. Teter has already merged with Atrium into several other blockchains, including Algrand, IAS, Liquid Network, Omni and Theron.
Recent projects on Solana include Serum, a decentralized derivatives exchange. In a recent interview with Camilla Rousseau (host of the Defiant podcast), Sam Bankmann Fried (founder and CEO of FTX Exchange) said that Serum had chosen Solana instead of Atrium because of his superior speed and infrastructure.
We need a blockchain that is millions of times faster than Atrium.
Rival blockchains are increasing to meet the needs of the defense domain; But many in the industry believe that Atrium 2.0 ultimately has a key advantage over decentralized applications (depots).
Tetra has also been integrated with Layer 2 networks such as Hermez, and has become increasingly popular during periods of high tariffs on the Atrium network.
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