The Scaling Test Network should be used more to push boundaries and demonstrate BSV's big data capabilities, says Big Block Testers chairman Roy Murphy.
In processing such a large amount of data online, the test proved BSV can handle much larger throughputs than it currently does.
This week, the CoinGeek Pulse delves into developments at Wirecard, WhatsApp in Brazil, MetaStreme’s record stress test, and Centbee.
Steve Shadders discusses how the Bitcoin network handled the high level of traffic “without breaking a sweat.”
MetaStreme pushed close to 1 million transactions on the network in 30 minutes, achieving a throughput rate of just over 600 tps.
Squire Mining Ltd. is pleased to announce it has successfully completed testing of the latest version 0.2.2 (beta release) of the Bitcoin SV Node software using its custom cloud computing management and pooling software (“Taal Orchestrator”).
The Bitcoin SV team, using the Scaling Test Network, have proven that with a few minor adjustments, BSV is cleared to handle 1GB+ blocks.
The latest results on the Bitcoin SV Scaling Test Network (STN) show that it is capable of handling the generation of 64MB blocks over 24 hours straight.
With Bitcoin SV, 32MB blocks are just the start for Bitcoin Cash. On Tuesday, the full node implementation designed to fulfil the Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin mined a 64MB block—the largest ever on a public blockchain.
Bitcoin SV, the new full node implementation for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) mined a 64MB block, the world’s largest ever on a public blockchain.
Based on the pre-test results, it’s highly recommended that everyone get ready for the main stress test event on November 17 by running Bitcoin SV, the full node implementation designed to fulfill the vision set out by Satoshi Nakamoto’s original Bitcoin white paper.