Blockchain technology development is accelerating rapidly and across many applications, and with it the capacity to target enterprise-tier, big data processors to achieve mass adoption.
In this growing global ecosystem, blockchain and bitcoin become a widely-accepted tech enabler, providing solutions which propel the support of businesses building applications and contributing data, in the forms of transactions, onto a public, permission-less and scalable blockchain.
Blockchain services, backed with the kind of infrastructure and products deployed by TAAL using the BitcoinSV protocol, support enterprise demand and have the ability to disrupt all industries and ultimately transform entire economies. With this, the true use of this technology moves beyond viability to the development of services that help the technology work for specific businesses and industry sectors.
TAAL’s infrastructure is expected to be deployed throughout 2021 to establish a significant operational footprint in North America.
Our proprietary blockchain network management tool, TAAL Orchestrator, is the backbone of our infrastructure business and core to our transaction processing offering.
TAAL Orchestrator supports TAAL POOL, a private Digital Asset Hashing Pool operating on the BSV blockchain that combines owned and managed computing power to meet the growing demands for high volume data throughput.
TAAL operates a private Digital Asset Hashing pool that combines owned and managed computing power to meet the growing demands for high volume data throughput, one BIG block at a time.
WhatsonChain is the first-ever BSV Blockchain Explorer that delivers real time data in an easy and user-friendly manner, for anyone, anytime.
TAAL anticipates that Bitcoin SV (BSV) will provide the best blockchain network to support such specialized services to enterprises, supporting large transaction volumes due to BSV's scaling and microtransaction capabilities.
MB Large Data Files On Mainnet
GB Per Block
The Bitcoin SV blockchain coordinated with the honest nodes of the network to break the world record for largest block processed on the BitcoinSV network comprised of large data files including micropayments and larger individual files like high resolution photographs. View Block #678301
Bitcoin's Scaling Test Network (STN) - block #14287 almost 3.15 GB in size.
The transaction fees generated from this block totaled 32.38 BSV, this is an indication of how much a transaction processor could earn by confirming blocks at this size on a regular basis.
TAAL mines worlds largest block containing 1.3 million transactions or 369 MB block on Mainnet. View Block #635141