So, based on the characteristics required for small businesses, the best blockchains today are Solana, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon Matic, and Ethereum.
The most popular and largest stablecoins, whose value is pegged to the US dollar, are USDT, USDC, and DAI. At any time, they can be easily exchanged for fiat currencies of most countries. These currencies are controlled by the companies that issued them, namely Tether, Circle, and Maker DAO. The first two companies can easily freeze any wallet holding USDT and USDC upon regulators' command.
All of them are well-suited for free ethical entrepreneurial activities, online sales, and services without banking bureaucracy and the use of personal data. Links to their official company websites are provided at the end of this article.
To work with stable digital currencies (stablecoins), such as USDT, USDC, and DAI, the aforementioned blockchains are required. Solana comes first in this list because, besides being listed on the Tether website, it has the fastest transaction speed among other blockchains, and the transaction fees (Gas) are lower. The average cost for one transaction is $0.00025.
Next in line are Binance Smart Chain and Polygon Matic, in which stablecoins USDT, USDC, and DAI also operate.
At the end of our list is the Ethereum blockchain, as it has higher transaction fees, averaging $0.53.
To pay for transactions, cryptocurrencies from these blockchains are used, and they are easily accessible for purchase.
Other blockchains did not make it to our list for two reasons: either they lack sufficient volumes of stablecoins or, at the time of this article's release, they had high transaction fees, exceeding $1.
Many wallets have been created and are successfully operating to comfortably store, receive, and make payments with stable digital currencies on various platforms. These wallets are available on PC, web, browsers, and mobile devices. It is advisable to use only those wallets recommended on the official website of a particular blockchain to avoid the risk of your funds falling into the hands of scammers. Remember that users themselves are responsible for their money.
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Links to sources.
Site Tether stablecoin. Tether.to
Site Circle stablecoin. www.circle.com
Site Dai stablecoin. Makerdao.com
Site Solana blockchain: Solana.com
Site BSC blockchain : www.bnbchain.org
Site Polygon blockchain: Polygon.technology
Site Ethereum blockchain: Ethereum.org