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Together with the YAR protocol, the YAR chain controls the main memory - the YAR vault. This consensus can only grow so large, making TSS too slow. As soon as the key generation process takes too long, the main memory is divided by 2. This process is repeated until the network reaches either the "block consensus limit" or the "economic limit" described below.
The YAR chain is based on the PoS consensus. The target rate for creating new blocks is 5 seconds or 15Mb. When a block size reaches 15Mb, a block is validated, no matter how much time has passed since a previous block. This is to increase the speed of the blockchain during peak loads.
The blockchain strives to be decentralized, so it does not limit the number of nodes that can participate in block validation. At the same time, the dominant consensus of the network is PoS, so there is a local limit on the number of nodes, which is calculated by the formula:
total circulating coins / staking size = local maximum number of nodes
The validator's reward is calculated by the formula:
2YAR (block validation reward) + transaction fee = validator reward
The consensus takes into account the need to manage the economy of the network. Therefore, the staking amount, the reward for block validation, and the inclusion/exclusion of transaction fees in the reward to the validator can be reduced/increased by voting by the participants of the YAR DAO.