The block chain completely changed the detrimentary technique through its public classification system of its storage and protection data. It changed our views on online security, bringing transparency and invariance.
The block chain is not a central organization or a data server to store information, but uses a public classification account distributed to different participants, and each participant has a classified copy of the respective nodes as security measures. Each transaction information is stored in the block, which is the way it gets the name zone chain. Just like any modern storage hardware, you can only store a certain number of data in one block.
Over the years, the block size has always been the topic of zone chain community debates, as it will affect the speed and scalability of the network, then why is the size of the block is very important?
Is the bigger block size better?
The size of each block in the block chain will greatly affect the network speed and capacity. But increase the size of the block or some weighing. Each block has a size limit called block restrictions. For example, the block of Bitcoin is limited to 1 MB. Its creator sets restrictions to prevent miners from creating a larger block that can be accepted than other miners.
But this has the disadvantage of the transaction speed (TPS) per second. Use the lower limit, the transaction that can be stored in the block will have to wait for the generation of new blocks. It limits the speed of verifying the transaction in the block chain. It slows down the process of all users in the network.
However, as mentioned above, increasing block size will also bring a series of issues. The obvious problem is the increase in node storage needs. Since public classification is stored in multiple nodes (users of users), they will need to get more storage space, which may be expensive.
Another size is also another problem. If a node wants to upload a large block to the peer node in the network, the bulk size may delay the block transmission. It may cause the system to not synchronize and cause a temporary chain split.
All of these factors affect the spreadability of the block chain, which is very important for the block chain to survive and develop in a competitive environment.