 # Safecoin Transaction Limit: Simple Math

This is all hypothetical and what if.

TPS = Transactions per second
K = thousand
M = million
B = billion

1TPS per Node with 10K Nodes = 10K TPS limit
1TPS per Node with 100K Nodes = 100 KTPS limit
1TPS per Node with 1M Nodes = 1M TPS limit

10TPS per Node with 10K Nodes = 100K TPS limit
10TPS per Node with 100K Nodes = 1M TPS limit
10TPS per Node with 1M Nodes = 10M TPS limit

100TPS per Node with 10K Nodes = 1M TPS limit
100TPS per Node with 100K Nodes = 10M TPS limit
100TPS per Node with 1M Nodes = 100M TPS limit

1kTPS per Node with 10K Nodes = 10M TPS limit
1kTPS per Node with 100K Nodes = 100M TPS limit
1kTPS per Node with 1M Nodes = 1B TPS limit

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This assumption from the lower bottom shows why there won’t be any shortage of SAFE.
Even in that scenario where there’s only 8.6 SAFE per user, miners could sell earned SAFE on Shapeshift-like exchanges and anyone would be able to obtain a sufficient amount of SAFE the same way.

The other issue I see is that every SAFEcoin being transfered is a different transactions that has to be dealt with by different “Watchdog” consensus groups. If I understand the process correctly.

So Sending 10 bitcoins would be 10 transactions whereas Sending 10 btc would be one transaction. It would still be faster etc.

Yes should be much faster by what you said, but if you included the fact that most times there will be ten separate groups each handling a coin transaction, the 10 coins are transacted in the time for one.

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