„Ethereum bald 10 mal wertvoller als Bitcoin“

Charles Noyes, quantitativer Analyst bei Pantera Capital, machte vergangene Woche zum Mena Summit eine richtungsweisende Prognose, dass Ethereum das Potenzial hat, Bitcoin um das zehnfache zu überholen.

Wer ist Charles Noyes?
Der Tech-Vordenker startete Bitcoin-Mining irgendwann um 2010, im Alter von nur 11 Jahren. Jetzt zeigt er nahezu ausschließlich Interesse in Ehereum und seiner Technologie und macht die Prognose, das Ethereum 10 wertvoller als Bitcoin sein wird.

Der vor allem in Expertenkreisen bekannte 19-jährige ist ein getriebener Softwareentwickler und veröffentlichte mit gerade einmal 16 Jahren einen peer reviewten Aufsatz: „Sybil Resistant P2P Range Queries over the Blockchain“.

Seine weiteren Ausführungen zum Mena Summit sind vor allem interessant, da sie zeigen, in welch früher Stufe Ether sicher derzeit noch befindet. Die spannendsten Entwicklungen sieht Noyes in folgenden Bereichen:
„I have been involved with ethereum since before the whitepaper was released and I’ve been thinking about when will we actually see something happen for a long time.

In many ways, people are trying to sprint a marathon before we’ve crawled. A lot of people expect that this stuff is going to happen very quickly but… it’s slow, it’s hard to code, there have been lots of security bugs and generally it’s very nascent.

But I would expect you will see a few things released this year, in 2018, that will start to give the market an inkling of what kind of things will work and how wildly successful the things that really find protocol market fit and really are able to be actually disruptive… how successful it will be in practice beyond from a speculative perspective.

A lot of stuff that is there right now is very internal. So, a couple of things like gambling are things that touch the outside world and you’re starting to see more projects that do more than just trying to fix issues within this space, but I think, at the outset of it, most of the things that will launch and be successful and be widely adopted will be things that are kind of internal to the industry and don’t go out and try to disrupt AirBnB yet.

Examples of those would be Augur, MakerDAO – very interesting project by the way for finance people, it’s essentially collateralized debt positions to create stable cryptocurrency, it’s fascinating stuff.

oX, a protocol for token exchanges. You know, fiat currency pairs scale factorially, so it’s kind of a decentralized protocol to try and help with token trading now that there’s a couple thousands of these things already.

OmiseGO, a project in South East Asia that’s trying to do very fast decentralized payments. Already partnered with a couple of extremely large companies and I think that it will be successful…

There’s a bunch out there. That’s just a shortlist of my favorites, but I think that two or three of those will launch this year and I expect that FunFair – decentralized gambling project – I think that a couple of those will launch this year.

And that’s pretty exciting because as of now there’s no real active large successful project. A couple of smaller things have been done like you’ve might have heard of CryptoKitties, it’s like cats that you can breed on ethereum, that’s been by far the most successful project so far.

So, you know, early days. But I expect that you’ll see soon, very soon – and this is the first time I’ve actually made this prediction publicly – something or somethings launch that really start to give people more of an understanding of what will be successful and how widely successful it will be when it does launch.“

2And will then bitcoin be dethroned?2, fragte der Moderator, „I think so,“, sagte Noyes, „I make a prediction that by 2020 ethereum’s market cap will be ten times bitcoin’s.“

Auch bemerkte er: „speculation drives innovation.“ nicht ohne hinzuzufügen, dass 95% aller ICOs wertlos sind, aber auch eine „handful of very high quality, extremely disruptive, products come out.“

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