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Asked On2022-06-13 02:36:13 by:Ashwini-Raddekar

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In one sense, Ethereum has been Bitcoin’s biggest sidechain to date. While it does not leverage Bitcoin’s security framework, it is the biggest venue for “re-using” BTC in a more flexible environment with smart contracts.

Upwards of 245,000 synthetic BTC (assets whose value is tied to BTC and issued on Ethereum through similar pegging mechanisms), worth ~$8.5BN, have been ported to the Ethereum blockchain. This far exceeds the current amount of BTC that can be ported onto RSK as its PowPeg is currently capped at 3,000 BTC.  
Nonetheless, the quantity of BTC that has been ported over to Ethereum is a powerful signal of the value and network effects that BTC possesses. BTC represents a several hundred-billion-dollar pool of capital. To date, it has seen widespread adoption as a store of value asset but yield generating strategies directly within its ecosystem and security framework have been limited. The evolution of projects like Sovryn will provide insight into how much value sidechains such as RSK can deliver within the Bitcoin ecosystem. Whether or not RSK and other sidechains can become a contender in the smart contract landscape will likely be determined by the success of what is built on top of them. 


Answerd on:2022-06-13 Answerd By:Mohit-Jain

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