For the longest time, the Ethereum Virtual Machine was the dominating development standard

Jeff Feng, Sei Co-Founder

The Binance smart chain, Fantom, Avalanche, and most other leading blockchains are all Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible.

Solana, on the other hand, is one of the few that chose to start from scratch. This double-edged sword has helped them achieve one of the most “formidable” development communities, and helped $SOL maintain a top 10 spot.

Sei Labs, a recent entry into the space, is looking to solve the problems Solana has with interoperability, allowing it to leverage the Inter-Blockchain Communication Protocol (IBC), to expand into Web3.0.

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The Nitro Scaling Solution

Nitro presents themselves as a “gateway between Solana and Cosmos“.

Cosmos is a framework for building application-specific blockchains, often referred to as a “Layer 0”.

Leading blockchains such as Terra, Cronos, and the Binance Chain are built on Cosmos.

Nitro will feature SVM compatibility that enables developers to easily launch their Solana dApps on Nitro and access the broader Cosmos and IBC ecosystem

Built on the Defi-optimized Sei Network, Nitro will reportedly allow for sub-second finality and high throughput.

Looking to be the bridge between Cosmos and Solana, it is the first step in making the Sealevel Virtual Machine (SVM) a core development standard like EVM.

Allowing developers to deploy existing smart contracts with no changes, users can seamlessly access these apps with Solana wallets.

At the time of writing, $SOL is trading at $32.98, down 5% intraday.

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[Editor’s Note: This article does not represent financial advice. Please do your own research before investing.]

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