Native currencies are the foundations of blockchain ecosystems. Virtually all blockchains have their native coins. On platforms like Ethereum users have to pay for their transaction fees in the native currency.
Native currency transfers account for a sizeable proportion of overall transactions.
Coin transfers are relative simple in many cases. Most of the time, there are only two parties involved in a transfer. Thus, as long as the transactions won’t cause the balances of the senders to underflow. However, there are exceptions when trying to parallelize transfers with contract calls. Arcology’s concurrency framework can perfectly handle various situations while ensuring state consistency all the time.
Transfers on Arcology platform are about ~2500x faster than on Ethereum.