2019 could be a big year for Ethereum. The Constantinople hard fork eventually went through with barely a hitch. The first projects using Joseph Poon’s Plasma scaling technology will go live in a matter of months. There are still more developers and dapps on Ethereum than on any other blockchain platform. For these reasons, many Ethereum predictions for 2019 err on the bullish side.
However, when Ethereum launched back in 2015, it had the advantage of being the first of its kind. This is no longer the case. Vitalik Buterin’s creation is now jostling for space between up-and-coming dapp platforms such as Tron, EOS, and Zilliqa. Pretty much every new launch claims to knock spots off Ethereum in terms of scalability and ease of use.
We’ve been out trawling Twitter, Reddit, and the crypto news-scape to round up some of the current thinking on Ethereum predictions – bulls and bears alike.
Ethereum Predictions: The Bulls
Nick Cannon of Ethereumprice.org makes a pretty credible bull case for the price of Ethereum, based on…