Now that we might be getting some hype back in the market the actual use of blockchains may start to increase even beyond 2017 levels when most coins fee's were spiking to crazy levels and wait times for transactions became in some cases more than 24 hours. This could be bullish for any coins that have managed to solve scalability already. BitcoinCash currently does over 100 tps but is that even enough if real numbers of users hit the chain? Visa does over 1700 tps on an average day.
I'm not sure what the tps of BSV is but I think its higher than BCH right now. Ethereum though racing toward scalability still currently does about 15 tps max, and ETC even less. I'm not even going to mention ripple since its not a real cryptocurrency and EOS though it has claimed a high tps its network has proven otherwise.
Then there are blockchains like Tron and Tomo that actually do over 1500 tps well TOMO does and I think tron does but don't quote me on that. If people are going to be using blockchain on a daily basis scalability is going to become systemically important in the immediate future rather than a nice bragging point. Monero has a variable blocksize so it can dynamically adapt to increases in transactions. Dash I think does a few hundred tps.
Cryptocurrency & Blockchain
A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.