Why would someone build on Tezos rather than Solana?

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  • tzip

    But hey if Solana has good ideas, its most likely only a TZIP away for Tezos.

  • juvix

    Juvix empowers developers to write code in a high-level, functional language, compile it to gas-efficient output VM instructions, and formally verify the safety of their contracts prior to deployment and execution.

    Rust is very nice and might be a good fit for smart contracts tough i am not sure what you really gain over Haskell. In Tezos you have a more developed ecosystem and can code in Python, Ligo, Archetype, Haskell and in the future Juvix. You also have a human readable low level (assembly like) representation in Michelson that you can do optimizations and/or run formal proofs with Coq. Smart contracts are a very very special beast and i am somewhat sceptical about developing them in a general purpose language vs a domain/smart contract specific one in the long run (but i could be wrong here).

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