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Polkadot has become one of the most interesting events in the cryptocurrency industry over the past few years.

In pursuit of the goal of creating a unique technology to solve one of the most pressing problems of the industry - blockchain compatibility - Gavin Wood and his team have already sheltered more than 300 DeFi projects under their wing.

Today we will tell you about the most promising of them.

Akropolis (AKRO)

Akropolis is a DeFi project designed to develop other products based on a proven protocol. The initial goal of the Akropolis team was to solve problems with people's retirement savings, allowing them to accumulate savings through the non-bank economy. However, in 2020, the creators decided to change the course of their brainchild.

With Akropolis, development teams will be able to present their own decentralised applications for investments, retirement and savings accounts, and loans.

In other words, the guys are trying to work in the direction that will always be relevant, seeking to financially educate citizens and make their accumulations safer and carefree.

The Protocol intends to attract loans with insufficient collateral, which is much more promising in the field of DeFi today than the situation with decentralised loans on Ethereum. Because the latter have the opposite picture in the form of over-security. That is, the reserve amount contained in the smart contract is obliged to exceed the size of the loan. Akropolis, on the other end, tries to reward those users who take risks by providing liquidity on unsecured loans.

So far, the project does not boast a high capitalisation, occupying the 114th position of CoinMarketCap with a capitalisation of $178 million.

Edgeware (EDG)

The Edgeware team describes its project as a "self-improving blockchain." It is in order to regularly improve its functionality is usedin programming language WebAssembly.

It is used by Edgeware developers primarily to increase product bandwidth. In addition, WASM makes them not to focus on writing code under a specific platform, making it universal.

Edgeware has put a considerable burden on its shoulders - an attempt to unite traditional technologies in a centralised and decentralised world. They intend to combine WASM with distributed registry technology (DLT) to scale blockchains. In addition, it is worth noting the improved voting and management systems Edgeware.

Community members who have blocked a certain amount of ETH equivalent can receive the project tokens. This method was called Lockdrop. The size of the bonus depends directly on the period of "blocking" of funds by the user. Some see this approach as an evolutionary development of airdrop ideas.

The project boasts a larger capitalisation than the previous bidder, reaching $231 million at CoinMarketCap.

Centrifuge (CFG)

The Centrifuge project, originally from Berlin, combines the benefits of fintech and decentralised financial space by tokenising both real and non-replacement assets - royalties, mortgages, invoices, etc.

The ecosystem is held on several "whales" - Tinlake and Centrifuge Chain. The first is dApp, which employs smart contracts to secure users' assets and allows them to form and manage their mining pools of assets. Centrifuge Chain is the main blockchain based on Polkadot and uses the Proof-of-Stake Consensus Program with its own RAD (Radial) token.

From the point of view of enterprises, the project is interesting because it allows them to add liquidity to their illiquid assets, gaining access to more capital, while excluding the tedious and expensive process of securitisation.

In the near future, the Centrifuge team intends to introduce its Parachain, which was recently announced in the project blog.

Polkastarter (POLS)

Polkastarter was created as a crowdfunding project in the form of a decentralised exchange (DEX) based on Polkadot, allowing prospective teams to present their developments and raise capital for their implementation.

POLS token holders are given the opportunity to vote for specific products and decide which ones will be included on Polkastarter. Transaction fees are also paid in the equivalent of the project's own tokens - POLS.

The creators are trying not only to provide teams with the placement of tokens at a fixed price, supported to avoid volatility at the start, but also to increase the transparency of the attracted amount and the volume of tokens sold for the peace of mind of potential investors.

The project started well and so far the team is coping with all the goals specified in the roadmap. In addition, the guys have secured a capitalisation of $252 million, according to CoinMarketCap, as well as dozens of promising teams ready to present unique ideas based on Polkastarter.


Kusama (KSM)

Kusama is an experimental research and development network that is the most popular Polkadot-based project.

The team claims that Kusama is designed on the principle of canary for miners - that is, testing ideas and developments for use within the network for the foreseeable future. That is why the logo in the form of a bird is firmly fixed for this project.

Every component planned for use in Polkadot or simply failed to pass the audit gets into Kusama. First of all, because the project uses the same codebase as its "parent." Secondly, developers want to minimise the possibility of errors and vulnerabilities, so it is very important to have a "polygon" for testing.

Users who own a DOT token will receive an equal share of KSM for use in the test network.

Due to its thoughtfulness and future prospects, the project has received a capitalisation of $3.75 billion at CoinMarketCap and hardly plans to stop at this level.

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