Dash, the thirteenth-biggest cryptocurrency by market cap, has surpassed all the top cryptocurrencies in the market in terms of transactions. Earlier this week, a stress test was executed by the Dash team, resulting in over 3.5 million successful transactions taking place in a single day. Moreover, the network did not face a congestion problem.
Along with this the stress test transactions surpasses the all-time high transaction of all the top cryptocurrencies in the market. This includes Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], XRP, and Bitcoin Cash [BCH], according to the data presented on Bitinfocharts.
The stress place took place for 24 hours on November 11, 2018, on the Dash network. The community-driven stress test of the blockchain was live on stresstest.mydashwallet.org.
The previous stress test was held in the month of July 2018 and had over 700,000 transactions in a single day, according to Mark Mason, Director of Media & PR at Dash. Moreover, the Bitcoin Cash stress test, which had stirred up the whole community with a transaction of over 2.1 million. This stress test has effectively beaten the fourth-biggest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Cash in terms of 24-hour transactions.
Mark Mason said on Twitter:
“I would like to extend a big thank you to Delta engine and MyDashWallet for orchestrating the test test, the final transaction count for the 24-hour period was over 3 million, which is new record and all-time high the number of transactions achieved by a Bitcoin-based blockchain.”
He further added:
“These stress tests are not just for bragging right, we need to test and push the blockchain to its limits to identify problem areas to improve upon. Those have claimed that on chain scaling wasn’t possible in the past have been proved wrong. This is only the beginning.”
Harshit Tiwari, a Twitterati said:
“We did it. That’s a NEW RECORD! Cheers to all the community members. Glad to be a part of this. Dash Dash Dash!”
“But it’s still a pre-mined scam coin and will never rid it’s reputation of it’s sketchy history. Just another variant of bitconnect IMO”