- EOS GO stated that EOS has processed 87 million actions in one as opposed to the 70 million which was announced earlier by Dan Larimer.
- However, blockchain activity tracker, Blocktivity’s data shows that the real number is somewhere around 21 million. The authenticity of this data has not yet been confirmed.
Dan Larimer, the CTO of EOS, tweeted that EOS managed to set a record by processing over 70 million actions in one day. He tweeted:
“#eos recently set a record of over 70m actions processed in one day. An average of over 810 actions per second. Our team is making great strides in further optimization and scaling.”
EOS GO, an independent information source focused on EOS, replied to the tweet above by confirming that the network’s processing power has increased, however, EOS actually processed 87 million actions, as opposed to just 70 million. Their tweet read:
“EOS reached a new record for the most actions processed in one day! The record reached more than 87 million actions, that's more than 1 thousand actions per second! The two most used contracts to perform these transactions were eosio.token and pornhasbaby.”
To put another twist in the tale, Blocktivity, a website dedicated to tracking blockchain activity, reportedly provided data which states that the figures given above are extremely exaggerated. According to them, EOS has recorded a daily average of around 21 million actions/operations. Even with the greatly reduced numbers, EOS has still processed significantly higher actions than its nearest competitor, Tron (1.4 million daily actions). The authenticity of this data has not yet been confirmed.
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