Sharding: A Solution To Blockchain Bloat

by Marvin Dumont

When you store data permanently, you can acquire a lot of info — more than what original planners initially bargained for.

Over time, accumulated data can grow to astronomical sizes, and this can be problematic for a crypto network in which users expect near real-time settlements.

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Bloat Issues

Sharding is groundbreaking innovation that will make Apollo one of few 3.0 projects in industry. When released, it will make Apollo one of first sustainable blockchains.

Sharding solves the long-term problem of bloat. Over time, there will be billions of blocks (or more) on-chain. Although each block adds tiny amount of data, the accumulated info will eventually grow to huge sizes.

The Apollo developer team is creating solutions with long-term challenges in mind. In a few weeks, APL will be among first crypto ventures to have operational sharding protocol running on its network.

When it comes to blockchain 3.0, think Apollo.


Apollo all-in-one privacy currency combines mainstream crypto features in a truly private and unregulatable platform. APL lets you transact and send data in total anonymity via tech breakthroughs such as private ledger, decentralized exchange, coin mixing, and advanced IP masking.

With 2-second block speed, Apollo is one of fastest cryptos on Earth.

Learn more about Apollo’s innovations:

Apollo Mixer: A Cloaking Tool That Makes Your Money Untraceable
Apollo To Release Hermes Update By Q1 2019
Protect Your Identity With Apollo’s IP Masking 2.0

Apollo: A Super Fast All-In-One Currency
Adaptive Forging Streamlines Apollo Blockchain
Apollo Pushing The Boundaries Of Blockchain Speed

Bitfi Wallet Integrates Apollo All-In-One Privacy Currency
Sharding To Speed Up Apollo Blockchain
Updater Keeps Blockchain Functioning Smoothly

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