It is known that existing cryptocurrencies and smart contract platforms have scalability problems, that is to say that the number of transactions they can process per second is limited, usually less than 10. Because the number of applications that use public cryptocurrencies and smart contract platforms grows, the demand for processing high transaction speeds increases. This is why Zilliqa was founded - a new blockchain platform designed to scale in transaction ratios. As the number of miners in the network increases, it is expected that more transactions can be processed.
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