EOS (EOS) is the talk of the town also known as the crypto-verse. The new blockchain project promises to fix the issues on the Ethereum Platform as well as take away some of its market share in the smart contract industry. The current issues of a constitution are still eons ahead as to how Ethereum is governed by a foundation and not its community. The fact of the matter is that pure decentralization cannot happen immediately as everyone wants it to happen. One is tempted to point out that Ripple (XRP) is currently starting to decentralize after 6 good years in the industry and as a centralized project.
But we are digressing. Let us concentrate on the matter at hand. There has been a lot of talk on the web that EOS will probably finish off the year at a value of $35. This is due to the fact that its MainNet is running and its bull run could be similar to how Ethereum managed to sprint through massive gains in 2017. By this time last year, ETH had spiked from $10 in January 2017, to being valued at $285 at the beginning of July. This is a percentage gain of 2,750% in 6 months.
ETH would then peak to $844 by mid-December: a gain of 1,960% from the July levels.So why was ETH gaining rapidly?
To begin with, it was ICO season back in July to December of last year. Most ICOs used the ERC20 protocol. A second reason is that Ethereum had the momentum and hype surrounding it. Something similar to what EOS has right now.So what is a good EOS price prediction?
A conservative estimate puts the gains of EOS by the end of the year at 1,000%. This means at current levels of $9.11 at the beginning of July, EOS will be valued at around $91 by December or even more.But how will EOS make those levels?
The platform has the momentum similar to the one possessed by Ethereum back in mid-2017. Everyone is talking about EOS. Even the Chinese government currently ranks it as the number one blockchain platform ahead of ETH and NEO...