Cardano VS ZClassic

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Cardano
(ADA)

The cardano blockchain is a cryptocurrency that was designed to make transactions, and the technology behind it, more efficient. Cardano is one of the first cryptocurrencies that uses Haskell (a programming language) for smart contracts. The cardano team also plans to solve many common problems with other cryptos like scalability and interoperability issues.

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ZClassic
(ZCL)

ZClassic is a fork of zcash. As zcash was being mined, it became clear that zk-SNARKS were not the best option for anonymous transactions due to their huge size and slow verification time. Zclassic aims to solve this problem by removing zk-SNARKS from the equation, which reduces the block size from 20MB to 2.1MB (the original block size). The developers want ZClassic to be able to process at least 10x more transactions than Bitcoin's average of 3 per second - or about 30 per second instead of 3!

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