In this week's Wealth Mastery Coin Review, we’ll discuss the following topics about Aptos Crypto:
- What is Aptos?
- Incentivized Testnet
- Move Programming Language
- Parallel Execution Chain
- What is Aptos used for?
- What is an APT coin?
- How to buy Aptos coins?
- How to buy APT using Binance?
- How to buy APT using Coinbase?
- How to buy APT using FTX?
- Is APT a good investment?
What is Aptos?
Aptos (formally Libra Coin) is a new Layer-1 Blockchain purchased and developed by The Aptos Foundation. More questions about Aptos come up when you learn about its questionable origins as Facebook's Libra Coin.
Sold and rebranded to Diem in 2020, Libra Coin has still made its way into the world. It's just called Aptos now. Being called the Solana killer, it’s time to put those words to the test and see if there’s any truth to these claims.
Our Weekly Wednesday Airdrop included the Aptos Testnet back in July for Premium Wealth Mastery Subscribers. Netting you over $1,000 in free APT coins. Unfortunately, users will not receive all these tokens at once. Something we’ll get into a bit later, as Airdrop coins are subject to a time lock, getting a thousand dollars for free is nothing to scoff at. Aptos claims they’ve been designing the blockchain for 3 years and have over 350 developers working on it. In reality, there have been 160 documented contributors to Aptos. But, only a dozen individuals have continually contributed to the development. If we compare this to Solana, we will get almost identical results with around a dozen developers actively working on Solana. So while some of Apto's claims