In the outputs, we did a neat trick. All outputs are a single sig now. So we could probably issue 100,000 transactions per second this way, but it’s cheating to claim that. However for micro-transactions knowing you can make this amount per person per second is not to bad. So how many of these can a mint create? We will soon see, but out 100input test is about 10% slower so possibly 1,900 people per second doing say 1000 transactions each, maybe more, a limit will be handling the number of clients more than transactions.
As I say let’s pull together a matrix of transaction speed in various forms and then we can get a much better picture. Lot’s of projects really screw with numbers but here we have pretty immense tps, so let’s see the worst case which is likely every transaction being 1->2 and then a bunch of 1->1,000 cases. Then we are all better informed.
BTW we played with @mav s threshold crypto which takes threshold_crypto and uses a faster sign/verify and the speedup was considerable. So we are nowhere near done yet.