Despite being a test network, the Bitcoin SV Scaling Test Network shares most of its technical capabilities with the BSV mainnet—once again disproving the notion that Bitcoin can't scale on-chain.
Despite being a testing network, the Scaling Test Network shares most of its technical capabilities with the BSV mainnet—once again disproving the notion that Bitcoin can't scale on-chain.
Proving that a very large block would be no problem for the Bitcoin SV, Kristensen says the STN proves Bitcoin SV is ready for business use.
The Scaling Test Network is designed to enable application testing before being launched on the mainnet.
Joshua Henslee talks to BSV Node Team lead developer Daniel Connolly to establish a common understanding in the BSV society of what Teranode is and address common questions that arise.
To ensure everything goes smoothly for Bitcoin SV’s return to its original protocol, the Bitcoin SV Node Team has announced a testing and implementation plan for all BSV services to follow leading up to February 4, 2020.
The BSV Scaling Test Network is giving us a peek into what’s coming soon on the Mainnet, and it looks like blocks packed with transactions.
Version 0.2.2 is not a required upgrade for the production network; however, users of the Scaling Test Network (STN) will need to upgrade due to the STN reset.
Brad Kristensen explains to us the importance of the Scaling Test Network, and how it makes big blocks happen.
The conducted large data upload in Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain was not only successful, but it reiterated the fact that on-chain scaling of an order of magnitude larger than anyone thought possible on a blockchain is possible and sustainable.
Not only was the Bitcoin SV Quasar upgrade successful, but several 2GB blocks have already been seen — six in a row, as a matter of fact.