What is considered "highload usage" for a wallet?

What is considered "highload usage" for a wallet?
It is known that a special "highload wallet" is for those who have lots of transactions. But what exactly do "lots" mean: where is the boundary between "regular" usage and "highload"? Is there some number of transactions per second that is considered "a threshold" after which it makes more sense to use highload wallet?
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It is known that a special "highload wallet" is for those who have lots of transactions. But what exactly do "lots" mean, where is the boundary between "regular" usage and "highload"? Is there some number of transactions per second that is considered "a threshold"?
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**#wallet**

What is considered "highload usage" for a wallet?

What is considered "highload usage" for a wallet?
It is known that a special "highload wallet" is for those who have lots of transactions. But what exactly do "lots" mean, where is the boundary between "regular" usage and "highload"? Is there some number of transactions per second that is considered "a threshold"?
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> This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/42987

It is known that a special "highload wallet" is for those who have lots of transactions. But where is the boundary between "regular" usage and "highload"? Is there some number of transactions per second that is considered "a threshold"?
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> This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/42987
**#wallet**

What is considered "highload usage" for a wallet?

It is known that a special "highload wallet" is for those who have lots of transactions. But where is the boundary between "regular" usage and "highload"? Is there some number of transactions per second that is considered "a threshold"?
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> This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/42987