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Ethereum Network Transactions Spiked To Record!

The second in lead – Ethereum blockchain is growing as its use is too like never before. ETH’s Network transactions have just stepped to a new record of 505,611 on Oct 17, 2017.

The level that has just been achieved [for 5,000 bested the previous record] is indicating that the network’s associated virtual currency – ether – is showcasing a stable adoption while the demand per digital coin has surged since the beginning of 2017.

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In light of this upward trend, it’s conceivable the Ethereum network could achieve its next milestone of 1 million transactions over a 24-hour period by late 2017 / early 2018.

Experts maintain Ethereum’s current daily transaction capacity is between 1 and 2 million transactions per day, so scaling demands are just over the horizon—though these demands can largely be mitigated by eventual Proof of Stake (PoS) implementation.

The virtually non-existent event of congestion over the past 48 hours while the network is taking care of the +500,000 transaction/day easily and smoothly – is the best news around the record.

Moreover, the very low rate of $0.001 fees are only required to get the transactions confirmed, which results with affordability of transactions through the Ethereum network giving it a better image and making the cryptocurrency more prevalent and famous in the months coming.

Concluding, it cannot look better for Ethereum right now and its long-term planned holders. This is a very important usage milestone that has been achieved very early indicating directly the work of Ethereum’s core developers and the overall success of adoption.

A very bullish and optimistic trend is encircling Ethereum and its blockchain making traders to have their eyes open for any upward short-term spike on the price against the US Dollar too.

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Alex Tomzack
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Alex Tomzack is a crypto-enthusiast and has been fascinated since first hearing about it. Loves technology, writing, culture while being a regular trader and holder of digital assets. Email: alex@ethereumworldnews.com
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