Flagship currency, Bitcoin has every chance of becoming an F-asset: all that is required is community approval. The Flare (FLR) team and community offer yet another technique for avoiding "proof of work" consensus in and integrate Bitcoin (BTC).
Flare Networks, the startup behind Flare's blockchain technologies, reacted and informed the user that this integration is feasible.
As mentioned in the team's most recent tweet, the inclusion of Bitcoin (BTC) as an F-asset must be authorized by the governance process.
Flare Networks previously held a series of community-driven polls to choose assets for inclusion in Flare.
Following similar referendums, the tokens of memetic Litecoin (LTC) fork Dogecoin (DOGE) and PoS-based Ethereum (ETH) killer Cardano (ADA) were integrated.
Flare Networks, including the XRPL utility fork, have already included support for prominent cryptocurrencies like Ripple-affiliated XRP, Bitcoin's hard fork Litecoin, and LTC's hard fork DOGE, which Elon Musk adores.
Stellar's XLM is also on the list.
Following this, the price of Dogecoin increased by a staggering 55%. Early in January, plans to incorporate LTC were disclosed.
It is now contemplating integrating ADA, the third biggest cryptocurrency.
If approved, this proposal will enable Bitcoin (BTC) transactions on Flare (FLR) or XRP Ledger a viable alternative to the Lightning Network, the first-ever mainstream scaling option for Bitcoin (BTC).
Bitcoins (BTC) are transmitted over a network of payment channels on Lightning, significantly reducing the strain on the Bitcoin (BTC) mainnet.
Flare (FLR) is an EVM-compatible Turing-complete smart contract platform that will provide programmatic functionalities to the XRP Ledger.
The project is now undergoing stress tests on the Coston testnet, with the mainnet expected to start in July.