For well over a year now the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) protocol has shown quite a bit of capability as far as on-chain scaling is concerned. The creator of Bitcoin knew that the technology had to expand in scale quite vastly in order to accept the magnitude of global commerce and businesses on the blockchain. In the early days, Satoshi told people that the technology would follow alongside Moore’s Law with high-performance computing, and the past year has shown the BCH chain can scale to fulfill the needs of the global economy.
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For a while now there’s been a lot of confusion and purposeful manipulation spread by people who have said that Satoshi Nakamoto’s creation cannot scale. Since August 1, 2017, the Bitcoin Cash chain has consistently performed despite all the naysayers. In fact, like the rise in merchant adoption, the Bitcoin Cash protocol itself has recorded many scaling milestones this year. The size of the blockchain and block propagation speed has always been some of the excuses people like to use when they object to on-chain scaling. However, on November 2, 2008, Satoshi wrote about the growth of the chain and believed the technology would not only rely heavily on the Simplified Payment Verification model, but also follow right alongside Moore’s Law.
“Visa processed 37 billion transactions in FY2008, or an average of 100 million transactions per day,” Nakamoto emphasized.That many transactions would take 100GB of bandwidth, or t...