Aren’t most P2P platforms already scalable?
January 20, 2020 | Siddhartha Dutta
We use "scale" in the same sense as is commonly used in the blockchain space to mean throughput rather than the number of nodes the network can support. Nonetheless, many blockchains today are not really scalable in the traditional context of distributed systems as they make compromises on network size to optimize block time and size. Marlin supports such cases as well.