Hello Multichain Team,
I read that in open-chain, instead of forming a block of the transaction and then appending that block to blockchain, open-chain directly appends transaction to blockchain without forming the block. Effectively it is transaction chain.
So, this makes the open-chain superfast in confirmation of the transaction. But given the structure of how blockchain works, I think that it's a normal blockchain whose block contains only one transaction (I am not sure, but we have to include somewhere the hash, etc so a block must be formed)
So, My question is does really making only one transaction per block speeds up the blockchain? Is this Openchain better in performance when compared to multichain?