Effectively, MoonBeam will launch a Virtual Machine environment and bring an Ethereum solution to the fore, recreating the original ecosystem on the Polkadot domain.
MoonBeam is hoping to help Ethereum scale better by creating an emulator on the Polkadot environment, sharing with the same network that currently powers all smart contracts based on Ethereum.
If the move is successful, MoonBeam expects to see developers able to adapt their dApps without making any big changes to their core code. The successful integration of the system would also mean better interoperability on the Polkadot domain.
MoonBeam wants to be interoperable with both ETH and Bitcoin (BTC), and it has been working to achieve this goal with special bridges built by dedicated teams.
Yet, scaling dApps remains tough as many entities are working on the exact same solution, looking to garner the lion's share of the market while at it.
The good news for the Ethereum community, and particularly Ethereum gamers, is that should the MoonBeam project succeed, it will offer a worthwhile alternative where players can bet safely and quickly with Ethereum.
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