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  1. Hi all, here is a draft how we could use an multi tier blockchain that allows high transaction processing without compromising decentralisation. As always feels welcome to give feedback, Arcurus This proposal is based on this proposal, so good to read this first: How could a multi tier block chain look like: - the normal block would be called zero tier block - a block in the next tier is called tier one block - a block in the next tier after tier one is called tier two block - each tier block references the next tier - higher tie
  2. Hi all, here is a draft, how the current blocksize could be increased though using a soft fork similar to segwit. Please outline my errors if you find some. All the good, Arcurus Introducing extended blocks: - like with segwit an extended block is used to have extra space - these extended block is referenced from the normal block - transactions can be either stored in normal block or the extended block - the old block plus the extended block is not allowed to be bigger then the new extended block size - so called extended transactions that ca
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