TON uses a variant of the blockchain called the "multi-blockchain" architecture, which allows it to perform sharding. Sharding is a technique used to divide a large database into smaller, more manageable parts, called shards. This allows for better performance and scalability by distributing the workload across multiple machines.
Does TON blockchain support sharding? How does that improve scalability?
I read in the TON Whitepaper that TON blockchain supports sharding.
How does this mechanism work? How does it allow the network to scale to billions of transactions?
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