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Questions tagged [scalability]

Scalability refers to the capability of a system or network to cope with growing adoption and workload.

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Why is liquid so inactive and (according to statistics) not being used yet?

After years of development 3 Months ago Liquid (the side chain project) was announced. If you look at https://liquid.horse/ you can find the following statistics as of right now: Sidechain Stats ...
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What is the difference between Compact Blocks, Thin Blocks, Xthin and Graphene Compression?

What is the difference between these block propagation techniques in terms of size / bandwidth & computation requirements and also compatibility & reliability? All the above techniques try to ...
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How would Bitcoin look like if the primary design goal was to have LN-like payments?

Today (assuming SW), we have Bitcoin, which allows us to build LN using a set of smart constructs such as HTLCs. But this is a result of a work of people trying to figure out how to take what Bitcoin ...
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How will Bitcoin and the Blockchain scale in the future?

I wonder how the whole Bitcoin blockchain system will scale in the future. Given the fact that the size of the blockchain will grow exponentially (roughly a tenfold every ~3 years, looking at the ...
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Polling for transactions — possible scalability issues?

We are generating a few thousand addresses by an offline wallet, and plan to run a bitcoind node to check for incoming transfers. The idea is to check an address e.g. every second and get the list of ...
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How do Bitcoin and Litecoin compare in scalability?

Bitcoin and Litecoin are very similar, however they differ in the hash algorithm, the block interval and reward schedule. How do these characteristics impact the scalability in terms of e.g. ...
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Scalable implementation of Bitcoin

What reference implementations of Bitcoin are most suitable for backing a front end service on to with a high user load? Something that can be put onto our own AWS or Google Cloud hardware and ...
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PBFT vs. Proof-of-Authority?

based on this answer: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/79402/41513 : PBFT (Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance) is a voting based consensus algorithm in which every node must send messages to ...
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Why does DPOS provide greater tps (faster) than Bitcoin-NG?

In Bitcoin-NG example Waves, a leader is elected who can then validate micro transactions, with speed limited by network propogation times. DPOS example EOS for example has 21 delegates ("block ...
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“Centralized Relational Databases” vs. “Decentralized Blockchain ” : Which one is really more scalable?

There are many research papers on problem of scalability of blockchains: Just as an example : An Overview of Blockchain Technology: Architecture, Consensus, and Future Trends However, (usually by ...
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Bitcoin blockchain to directed acyclic graph two-way peg

Are there any known technical or security related reasons why it would not be possible or safe to implement a two-way peg between the Bitcoin blockchain and a directed acyclic graph of bitcoin ...
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Blockchain Recent Scaling Proposals : (Sharding, blocksize , SegWit, GHOST, Lightning, multichains, sidechains, DAGs)

What are some recent scaling proposals worth note? (Continually Updated)