Stellar Engineering have been consistently working to ensure that the network is sustained providing for innovation and development with cutting edge standards.
The engineering team have been consistently ensuring the robustness and usability of Stellar. They have been developing and maintaining tools required by developers to interact every day. The Engineering team have lots planned in the roadmap for the years to come.
Going Bullish With Stellar Lumens
While the Engineering team are doing their best to ensure that the developers have the best tool to come up with excellent products, XLM advocates believe that Stellar Lumens will be the next Altcoin that will pump.
Some of them are expecting an interstellar rally to happen in 2021 and they even claim that they have bags full of XLM. The Interstellar is a part of the wider Stellar ecosystem. Interstellar makes it possible for enterprises and institutions to make use of and build on the Stellar Network. It is the commercial arm of blockchain payments network Stellar.
Worthy to remember how the Lightnet in the past partnered with Interstellar to make sending money easier for millions of unbanked migrant workers who were previously contenting with the high fees and slow service of Swift.
Capital.com have pointed to how “Stellar Lumens (XLM) is the cherry on cake that everyone should stake.”
Stellar Lumens (XLM) and Super Low Transaction Fees
What makes Stellar Lumens tick from the rest of the payment systems is its reliability and the super low transaction cost. They say the transaction cost is less than a penny. They make it easy for anyone to transfer money quickly without any extra cost.
In this regard, Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted: “It is very obvious that Stellar Lumens (XLM) are widening their application areas. The Meridian 2020 is set to unfold more of innovative ideas.”
IMB, Deloitte, Stripe, Samsung and several others are using Stellar, as they well know the potential of the blockchain.
Denelle Dixon, CEO of Stellar Development Foundation while speaking at an event sponsored by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) pointed to how they are making consistent efforts from the perspective of a use case.
She also pointed to how they were focusing on interoperability and the technology itself to provide for financial inclusion using permission-less networks. Protocol 15, which is a major protocol upgrade recently took place – big jump forward and new yearly highs are expected.