Will Ethereum launch with a maximum block size? This may not be defined yet, but is there even a ballpark number?
I am working on a project right now which requires the additional of a lot of tiny snippits of text to the blockchain which will sit in a name registry contract. I'm concerned with the number of transactions I require per block. These transactions cannot be combined and submitted because they will be coming from unique sources.
At what point will the number of transactions become impossible? 1,000 transactions per block? 10,000? 100,000? 1,000,000?
I realize that each transaction will take a minimal amount of ether to run, but what if money was no object because each source was responsible for their own transaction costs. Regardless of cost, when do I fill a block past capacity?
Thanks for your help.