I was wondering what the transactions per second (TPS) capability of the Nash Exchange is when it comes to trading. I know we’ve all heard that Nash is non-custodial without sacrificing the performance of a centralised exchange. In the recent blog post it was mentioned that ‘Nash processes thousands of trades per second’, and I recall @canesin saying in the most recent quarterly report that Nash can handle much more volume than they currently have. In December 2018 Binance stated in a blog post that they were able to process ‘1,400,000 transactions per second’. I’m well aware that the type of infrastructure required to to process 1.4 million TPS may be unnecessary at this point in time but would it be possible to get a ball park figure of the type of throughput that Nash can currently handle?