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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better tendermint alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where tendermint has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-06-02.
  • EIP1559 is going live soon. Here’s what it means for Ethereum.
  • Consensus Mechanism
    A modified version of Tendermint
  • I have a cool idea for a blockchain, but how do I get started?
    If you are looking to develop your own chain, maybe Cosmos blockchain or the Tendermint software. Cosmos uses Tendermint.
  • Is the Luna network safe? Can it be hacked? How is it secured?
    tendermint code and terra code are open source, so any malicious intent is out in the open. And if there are security vulnerabilities, both projects have a bug bounty program. In fact several critical issues have been announced and patched already.
  • The state of the Top DEFI protocols and their pros and cons for a currently new crypto developer. (And why after some deeper research I STILL CHOSE ALGORAND!)
  • Chain Dev Update 13
    ·   Denial of Service vulnerabilities in Tendermint Core The issues may allow validators to verify and propose evidence when the blocks are yet to be committed. These security vulnerabilities were addressed by solutions incorporated in the release of v0.34.2 and v0.34.3 of Tendermint Core
  • Polkadot somehow has more market cap than Cosmos even tho Cosmos is about to achieve the technology first on 18th Feb. Almost as if its undervalued and about to blow up
    Note that they have already implemented the technology to easily build new blockchains through Tendermint