I found the only limiting factor is the maximum standard transaction size which is
The most common transactions we are concerned with are
1 input, 2 outputs and the second most common are be
2 inputs 2 outputs transactions and the sizes of these transactions are about
220 byte and
therefore the maximum achievable anonimity set would go from
- Am I correct so far?
- Is there any more limiting factors?
- Does SegWit elevate the size of the signature out of the calculation of maximum standard transaction size, therefore resulting around
30%more anonimity sets? (Signatures are
71 byteson average.) So in this case