Once again unfortunately hit for Solana (SOL) blockchain. The network was having big problems and the network speed was temporarily too fast shrink. Originally, the network was supposed to handle 50,000 transactions per second, but that has been reduced to just a few thousand. These new problems surfaced just days after the network fell victim to an attack that also destroyed Solana’s network capability.
Solana is in trouble
last Tuesday Solana’s network was attacked by the so-called Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Network is overloaded Spam emails Transactions and network speed were decreased as a result of this attack.
So it happened again a few days later. But this time, there does not appear to be an organized attack, but the network is burdened with a lot of transactions. Users are reporting failed transactions and the Solana team has indicated that they are working on a fix.
From CIO van Cyber Capital, Justin PonsSome time ago, he indicated that he believed Solana’s network was primarily riddled with vulnerabilities. Pons said that frequent network attacks and common capacity issues are the result of poor blockchain design.
In fact, he notes that Solana’s team exhibits “patterns of bad behavior” and that the team is only concerned with attracting “ignorant investors” rather than addressing existing issues with the network.
Anatoly Yakovenko, one of Solana’s founders, rejects these criticisms. According to the recent attacks on the network Part of the process for network marketing.
Yakovenko also harshly criticized Justin Pons and his fierce criticism of the project. According to Yakovenko, Pons’ words are complete nonsense.
🤦♂️, exhausting nonsense. It is impossible to do a private key. The public key that the validator signs on the torn fragments of the block is in the leader’s table, not the physical link in which they receive text messages or send the broken fragments. https://t.co/ZNIy49PIb4
– anat ◎ ly 🦀🤿🏒) (aeyakovenko) January 6 2022
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