I have added some additional tokens. I have misgivings about NEAR, as it seems to be an interoperable L1. If this is included there would also be an argument to including Polkadot and Cosmos. Otherwise I think we have at least 1 entrant for each technology type and some really promising projects included.
Edit: @richandcreamy suggested keeping it as it is EVM. I’m inclined to agree as I like the project.
Edit 2: No erc-20 available for $near, I have removed it from the list.
Here is the current list organised into category of scaleability tech:
1 - $LRC from @loopring : Loopring builds protocols, infrastructure, and user-facing products on layer 2 (zkRollups).
2 - $ZKS from @ZkSwaps : ZKSwap is a token Swap protocol based on Automated Market Maker (AMM) similar to Uniswap. Using ZK-Rollup technology, ZKSwap supports all the features you would expect with super high throughput and no gas fees.
3 - $CTSI from @cartesiproject : Cartesi rollups are smart contracts run off-chain on Cartesi Machines. Since these support Linux, developers have the option to dispense with Solidity and the limitations of the EVM to create smart contracts with myriad mainstream software stacks, toolchains, standard libraries, file systems, and other OS resources.
4 - $MATIC from @0xPolygon : Polygon - a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks.
5 - $OMG from @omgnetworkhq : The OMG Network leverages Layer-2 Plasma architecture to provide high throughput and strong safety guarantees for third parties who wish to build scalable, decentralized payment apps on Ethereum.
6 - $SKL from @SkaleNetwork : SKALE Network eliminates unnecessary complexity so that you can speed up your dApps and smart contracts in no time with essentially no additional coding. Use your existing deployment script (for example — truffle, as in this code sample) and just change 2 lines of code to deploy your solidity smart contracts to a configurable decentralized elastic sidechain.
7 - $STAKE from @xdaichain : The xDai blockchain is a sidechain of the Ethereum blockchain. This means it has the same properties as Ethereum, but uses a different method to make sure transactions are valid and consistent across all nodes in the distributed network (consensus). The STAKE token is separate from xDai and is used to protect chain consensus.
8 - $RDN from @raiden_network : The Raiden Network is an off-chain scaling solution, enabling near-instant, low-fee and scalable payments. It’s complementary to the Ethereum blockchain and works with any ERC20 compatible token. The Raiden project is work in progress. Its goal is to research state channel technology, define protocols and develop reference implementations.