Tag

sidechain operating nodes
A Sidechain is a decentralized way to integrate with other blockchains. Why is it relevant? The decentralized nature of Bitcoin means that every transaction must be verified by all nodes in the network, making it difficult to scale. Transactions take a long time to process and the network can only handle a certain number of...
Read More
Sidechain Operating Nodes can help Bitcoin and Ethereum overcome their challenges of being slow and expensive to use. Currently, Bitcoin can only process 4.6 transactions per second. And the average confirmation time for a BTC payment is about 10 minutes. For context, Visa does around 1,700 transactions per second on average. On the other hand,...
Read More

LinkedIn
Instagram
Twitter
YouTube
Facebook