QtumX Reaches 10,000 TPS in Benchmark Tests (investinblockchain.com)
Qtum has just surpassed 10,000 transactions per second with QtumX.
On January 22, 2019, the team at Qtum announced that their benchmark testing on QtumX illustrated that the platform can handle more than 10,000 TPS, marking a substantial achievement in the blockchain industry.
Other popular blockchains lag far behind, such as Bitcoin with 7 TPS, Ethereum with about 50 TPS, and Qtum with about 70 TPS. As for the highest-performing blockchains, Ripple can handle 1,500, Stellar and Tron 2,000, Eos about 4,000, and Nano 7,000.
The benchmark tests from QtumX currently lead the pack for the highest throughput of TPS out of the most popular blockchain projects.
The TPS benchmark tests prove that the team are well on their way to achieving their goal of developing a platform that’s suitable for the deployment of decentralized applications.
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