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Avalanche's goal is to enable a more secure and interoperable smart contract platform with faster transactions times.EdenChain aims to create a high performance blockchain for enterprises, that will allow them to convert assets into digital tokens.

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The Avalanche token (AVAX) performs various tasks within Avalanche's Proof of Stake blockchain network. The Avalanche token functions as a rewards and payment system for users. The network is designed to be an open-source platform for launching highly decentralized applications, enterprise deployments, and decentralized financial instruments. The Avalanche ecosystem is meant to be smore scalable and interoperable than other blockchain platforms. Unlike Bitcoin and many other networks, transaction fees are “burnt” in order to increase token scarcity. This process is offset by the release, or “minting,” of new coins.
Avalanche was launched by Ava Labs, whose founder Emin Gün Sirer is a veteran computer scientist that has been very influential in the Blockchain space. Gün Sirer is a computer science professor at Cornell University and has written extensively about scaling blockchain networks.

EdenChain is developing an enterprise tokenization platform that will be based on their permissioned blockchain technology. Their goal is to enable enterprises to create customized digital assets based on their unique needs, and still maintain a high degree of control and privacy. EdenChain will use Merkle Tree and Namespace technology to solve performance issues by executing transactions in parallel; thus enabling more transactions per second, with lower transaction fees. EdenChain utilizes both a hardware and software solution to arrive at a consensus, and has a triple layer architecture that is significantly different from other tokenization platforms. Their hybrid consensus mechanism that will combine a protocol called Median Voter Thereom (MVT) with Proof-of-Elapsed-Time (PoET). PoET was designed and marketed by Intel, and is similar to PoW but requires less electricity. The company issued an Ethereum-based token called EDN.