Brilliance utility, and why we preferred stellar to ethereum

We broke with the established convention and chose not to use ethereum for development. This was primarily because the transaction speed and fee for stellar is far superior to ethereum. As our token will be used to transfer information within and between exchanges – for example to create blockchain based confirmation of trader performance, or for arbitrage – we need a token which will transfer quickly and cheaply. We could not achieve satisfactory utility using an ethereum token. The role that Brilliance plays, in harmony with the Pinnacle infrastructure, will be unique in crypto. Continue reading “Brilliance utility, and why we preferred stellar to ethereum”