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A shard in JaxNet is a shard-blockchain together with the group of nodes that maintains it. Shards constitute JaxNet network.
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A '''shard''' in Jax.Network is a shard-blockchain together with the group of nodes that maintains it. Shards together with the common beacon chain constitute Jax.Network.
  
 
== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
 
Currently, in the majority of blockchain protocols each full  node stores the entire state (account balances, contract code and storage, etc.) and processes all transactions. It provides a large amount of security, however, it greatly limits the transaction throughput of blockchain networks. [[Blockchain sharding|Sharding]] is considered to be the most promising approach to overcome [[blockchain scalability problem|blockchain scalability issues]].
 
Currently, in the majority of blockchain protocols each full  node stores the entire state (account balances, contract code and storage, etc.) and processes all transactions. It provides a large amount of security, however, it greatly limits the transaction throughput of blockchain networks. [[Blockchain sharding|Sharding]] is considered to be the most promising approach to overcome [[blockchain scalability problem|blockchain scalability issues]].

Latest revision as of 06:15, 2 July 2022

A shard in Jax.Network is a shard-blockchain together with the group of nodes that maintains it. Shards together with the common beacon chain constitute Jax.Network.

Introduction

Currently, in the majority of blockchain protocols each full node stores the entire state (account balances, contract code and storage, etc.) and processes all transactions. It provides a large amount of security, however, it greatly limits the transaction throughput of blockchain networks. Sharding is considered to be the most promising approach to overcome blockchain scalability issues.