Zilliqa's scalable solution
Zilliqa is attacking the scalability problem with its own solution allowing multiple transactions to be processed when there are more nodes on the network. Basically, it rebuilds the blockchain architecture from scratch. The model they are using has a hybrid consensus protocol that will increase throughput with each of the 600 additional nodes in the network.
Zilliqa's blockchain works by dividing the work done on the network, with increasing throughput for every 600 new nodes. This is the theory. In fact, they are looking for problems with broadcasting when the network scale reaches more than 1 million nodes. However, we have nowhere near this level on any existing blockchain. Ethereum, which has the largest node network, currently has about 25,000 full nodes.
The Ethereum Network, with 25,000 full nodes, is only capable of handling 15 transactions per second. Zilliqa in reverse ran the test on their own network has reached 1,218 transactions per second with only 1,800 full nodes. If you double the node to 3,600, the flow rate is also 2,488 transactions per second.
Zilliqa is one of the few blockchain-based projects to mark all the boxes on the right. The relevant use case, unique value proposition, a strong group, a well-functioning token in the market, and an active testnet network. All signs are good for this project but as always, potential investors must be informed and invest wisely.Voir la critique complète