Hashgraph and L_0 Protocols, Constellation Network
I firmly believe in Hedera and have focused a lot of my research around hashgraph. It seems to blow everything out of the water and solve all of the problems with blockchain, making almost everything currently available irrelevant.
However, I am still new to the space and struggle to understand some more technical areas. I have just come across L_0 protocols and the Constellation network, which is supposed to provide interoperability between L_1 protocols and solve problems with scalability.
What are the implications of this for hedera? It seems the community is reluctant to accept hashgraph as the new and improved blockchain and would instead prefer to apply as convoluted a solution as necessary to fix the first movers.
I hope someone more knowledgable can help me get a better understanding of this issue, thank you!
HBAR consensus can never have more than a few hundred nodes in the same unsharded network.It's a limitation of deterministic finality. If you need to ask everybody in the network to make decisions the...