April 19, 2024
Avalanche's HyperSDK Testnet Achieves Remarkable 140,000+ Transactions per Second
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Avalanche’s HyperSDK Testnet Achieves Remarkable 140,000+ Transactions per Second

Blockchain layer 1 network for smart contracts according to reports, Avalanche’s testnet reached above 140,000 transactions per second while evaluating its HyperSDK blockchain upgrade.

A framework for creating high-performance Virtual Machines (VMs) from nothing on the network is currently being tested by Avalanche.

The layout of HyperSDK, according to Ava Labs, enables programmers to “plug into a lightning-fast execution environment without writing massive amounts of code from scratch.”

This makes it possible for custom VM development to be sped up and simplified, making it simpler for programmers to introduce efficient blockchains.

Based on an image posted on GitHub, HyperSDK achieved a staggering 143,322 transactions every second in a controlled environment for testing.

Based on data from Coincodex, Avalanche claims to be processing up to 4,500 TPS at the moment, Solana claims to process between 2,000 and 3,000 TPS, and Ethereum only processes 15-20 TPS.

Nick Mussallem, the chief of product at Ava Labs, stated during the Korea Blockchain Week 2023 that he anticipates real-world throughput to finally settle around 50,000 TPS.

“They’ve clocked it at 141,000. But that’s in a very controlled environment. So I think if you were to cut that in half, it would still be very generous and probably do more than that.”

Nick Mussallem, chief of product at Ava Labs

Nothing was compromised, he claimed, saying that the Avalanche developers developed it from the start to better manage state management. He was referring to the blockchain trilemma, which is the difficult balance between decentralization, scalability, and security.

Basically, they took out a lot of the stuff that was in the EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) that they felt was unnecessary on the networking layer or at the storage layer, and then put our consensus algorithm underneath it. And it just goes fast. Now it’s optimized.”

Nick Mussallem

Blockchains created using HyperSDK will work as HyperChains, which are subnets that may be customized for any purpose by the developer.

Designers will also have the option of a virtual machine (VM), and a user interface (GUI) that doesn’t require additional code will be available. “You can launch it in literally five minutes,” Mussallem remarked.

HyperSDK is currently open source and accessible, according to Mussallem, “but it’s very much in the early beta stages.”

He said that the goal is to have it in production by the end of the year, so it hasn’t been introduced yet.

Image: Freepik

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