Shard Chains: Scaling Blockchain by Fragmentation
Shard Chain is a mechanism that allows you to reduce network congestion and increase the number of transactions per second by creating new chains.
What is Shard Chain?
Sharding is a process of splitting a database horizontally to distribute the load. It is used to divide a database horizontally to distribute the load. In computer science, it is a common concept in the field of computer science. In cryptocurrencies, especially in Ethereum, sharding reduces network congestion and increases the number of transaction per second by creating new chains. Sharding is used to reduce network congestion and increase the number of transactions per second by creating new chains that are called shards.
It is important to note that information stored in a shard can be distributed by other networks. This will help the account registry to be decentralized and safe, ensuring that everyone can see all the data in it. They just don’t process or store all the information. Shards are not capable of processing and storage any information.
In this way, it would make the Ethereum platform much less accessible to network validators. They would need more powerful and expensive computers for supporting its development. It is important to note that when the validator use chains of shards, it only needs to store data about prime or startup of an individual Shard and not all the network. As a result, it is possible to achieve much more faster performance and lower hardware requirements.