Anatoly Yakovenko, the founder and CEO of Solana Labs, has denied claims that Solana’s community outages have been being attributable to a excessive quantity of validator messages and its on-chain voting system clogging its consensus layer.

Whereas the Solana Basis confirmed in a Feb. 27 post that the “root trigger” of the recent 20-hour network outage remains to be not clear, the CEO responded to hypothesis that Solana’s choice to incorporate on-chain votes as transactions is a “huge design flaw” that has led to its many outages.


The controversial thread claiming that that the excessive quantity of validator messages and on-chain votes have been clogging the community was posted by Twitter person DBCryptoX on Feb. 27, days after Solana’s 20-hour community outage.

Nevertheless, in a response tweeted 20 minutes later, Yankovenko known as the speculation as coming from “pure ignorance.”

In brief, he defined that the votes — that are a part of a “single large quorum” — contribute to offer an “distinctive stage of safety and excessive throughput and low charges” concurrently.

Nevertheless, Yakovenko didn’t precisely refute DBCryptoX’s declare that 90-95% of transactions on Solana comprise these validator messages and on-chain votes, which DBCryptoX said has helped “bathroom down the system.”

DBCryptoX claims that validator messages and on-chain votes are clogging up the Solana community. Supply: Twitter.

DBCryptoX additionally claimed that the community outages have been final 20 hours as a result of it takes appreciable time for validators to satisfy and attain a consensus (and thus an answer) utilizing off-chain means, equivalent to a messaging system like Discord.

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Commentators on DBCryptoX’s preliminary publish additionally seem to have disagreed with the speculation.

Software program engineer Alex Kroeger of Solana-powered Pockets Phantom said that there’s doubtless no singular explanation for the community outages and that validators of proof-of-stake programs want quite a lot of community communication to attain validation.

Whereas the network officially restarted on late on Feb. 25, it seems as if members of the cryptocurrency neighborhood are getting tired of the frequent network outages on Solana.

Cointelegraph reached out to Solana Labs for remark however did not obtain a response by the point of publication.