You gave your ‘opinion’ but didn’t address the issues…
paul perrin

I don’t think there is an issue and your expressed contention does not reflect how blockchains and distributed ledgers work in terms of networked performance.

If you are updating faster than the other nodes in a peer-to-peer node example, you would still have other ledger subscribers that can keep up with your ledger, what you saw in code above is not slow performance and your personal computer speed is not a factor. It is just text i/o at best, not parallel processing.

If a ledger cannot keep up with your ledger, then your ledger is worthless, until others catch up — that is the “consensus” factor of knowing what is in the majority of ledgers, not which one is the fastest.

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