Even the hottest blockchains can go down. Investors say it’s a sign the space is far from grown up.
Its market cap blew past $62 billion earlier this month. Its price grew some 6,000% in a year. Superfans touted it as a better alternative to Bitcoin and Ethereum.
And yet for 17 excruciating hours this Tuesday, the ability to buy and sell the SOL crypto token was disrupted. The Solana blockchain it runs on — billed as the world’s fastest — had hit the fritz.
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