|Required transaction processing speed||
Required transaction processing speed represents how many transactions per second must the blockchain be able to handle in order to support the required throughput.
|Transaction data created per second||
Amount of data that is created every second by user transactions.
|Bandwidth per node (DL/UL)||
How fast must the internet connection be for every node.
We assume heavily inter-connected nodes.
|Average Block Size||
Block size that will be capable of supporting the required number of user transactions.
|TX Storage requirements per day||
How much data storage is required to store all transactions that users sent in a day.
|TX Storage requirements per year||
How much data storage is required to store all transactions that users sent in a year.
|Account/UTXO State Size||
How much data storage is required to store balances of all addresses.
We assume that every user has 3 addresses on average.
|Required Nodes by Network||
How many network nodes must be running to support all of the clients.
We assume that each client is connected to at least 3 nodes.
|CPU threads required to handle transactions||
How many CPU threads per master node are required to process all transactions.