The leading blockchain platform NEO has implemented an update that reduces network maintenance and other downtime.
In previous NEO networks, nodes in the process of creating blocks could create isolated blocks when returning from a connection error, and this temporary fork caused a large transaction delay .
The update introduced by NeoResearch, the Latin America-based NEO development community, has succeeded in reducing this downtime by streamlining the recovery of nodes that have failed.
According to the NEO Economy report, the block rate after the update has been significantly improved, and the block time, which used to be around 20 to 30 seconds, has been reduced to 15 to 20 seconds .
The update also provides new transaction priorities based on fees and size.
Transactions with a fee of less than 0.001 GAS or less than 1024 bytes in size were considered low priority transactions, and up to 20 were processed per block .
Conversely, if the fee exceeds 0.001 GAS, up to 500 transactions per block will be processed as high priority transactions.
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