Choosing the right blockchain is a tough call for any development team. It's a decision that entails correctly anticipating project requirements - scalability; speed; community; security - before a line of code has even been written
"Like marriage, blockchain is meant to be a life-long commitment," opines
Kai Sedgwick in
"You pick your network and then you stick with it through thick and thin, because the alternative - to elope with a faster, more scalable model - is frowned upon. It's also a hassle having to move all your stuff, like your token, community and development stack. And yet sometimes, when irreconcilable differences get too much, the benefits of chain-hopping outweigh those of staying put and sticking it out..."
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