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Why isn’t the blockchain scalable?

Currently, all blockchain consensus protocols (eg. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Tendermint) have a challenging limitation: every fully participating node in the network must process every tra...

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Blockchains don’t scale. Not today, at least. But there’s hope.

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  • Since every node is not allowed to validate every transaction, we somehow need nodes to have a statistical and economic means to ensure that other blocks are secure.
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Similar to Proof-of-work, Proof-of-Stake is a consensus mechanism which underpins security of the bl...

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Blockchain rent is a solution that aims to reduce the amount of data that is stored on the network in order to help speed up transaction times.

With Ethereum, users pay for ...

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The basic premise here is that instead of nodes storing everything on the blockchain, they only store data that is more frequently requested locally and leave other data on the “cloud” via Swarm.

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