< Report on the Test Results of the First Day>
On the first day of the test, 310 users logged into the test page and ran their nodes, 620 Tx occurred before the initialization, 1419 Tx occurred after the initialization, and the single transaction processing time (average value per day) was 0.23 second. There were no reports on special errors.
Compared to other blockchains that take a minimum of several hours to several days to synchronize the first ledger, Locus Chain is a blockchain that takes a very short time to synchronize the first ledger since the ledger size is kept to a minimum through the Verifiable Pruning technology. However, it appears the feedbacks came from a majority of test participators who lack node operation experiences. We believe that most of these feedbacks will be resolved by implementing the Sharding technology and stabilizing the codes.
The rest of the questions mostly were about how the participators could not fully comprehend the Windows warning that showed up when they were running the nodes.
In addition, there was one question on how a participator could not understand the ‘Activate’ concept related to sending the coins. Since the majority of the users who participated in the test are familiar with the blockchain ledger structure, it seems that they need to gain a better understanding on the AWTC ledger structure (appropriate for high speed transaction processing, collisions mostly do not occur and has excellent scalability).
From 2:00 ~ 3:00 PM based on the local time in Korea, we initialized the ledger, ran the boot node again, etc. in order to see if there were any problems in ledger synchronization when the boot nodes were all shut down and run again. The ledger synchronization was executed successfully.
The ledger size of nodes is being well maintained in a small size without increasing and the forging and manipulation verification function of files are operating properly even after Verifiable Pruning.
Currently, the system is operating efficiently without reports on any special errors.