Reasons to consider HBar for the next 5 years:
\*Gas Fees/Energy usages
\*Partnerships (largely, who's associated/on the panel)
**Market Cap (9/15/21)**
Hbar is only 6% of what Ada is currently, and only 1% of Ethereum. Given the current gas prices and usage/of adoption for other ecosystems, Hbar is looking promising for growth.
Screen shots from the Hbar website on usage: [https://hedera.com/dashboard](https://hedera.com/dashboard)
\*accounts have exploded, with \~17% of total accounts being created in the last month alone
* Gas fees are very high outside of hbar. As the market matures, the focus to save on gas fees and energy will be higher as enterprise adoption looks for multi-year usage on blockchain.
* It will not look good for companies to use slower, less eco-friendly technology as time goes on. Hbar's efficient technology allows companies to boast usage and comply with energy/ carbon footprint goals
Hbar is in a prime position for this.
Consider Google's partnership as just one example of the 23 global companies on the website that are on the governing council:
1.9T Market Cap and a global force for adoption and usage. Add the other partnerships and you have a strong influence for (social proof) adoption case that will have enterprise companies consider Hbar for future projects.
I won't take a stab at potential prices, but **Hbar** looks promising for sure.
(all of this is of course, is entirely opinion and not actual investment advice but purely entertain...
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