I’m wondering specifically if there’s a protocol or design reason for this. One of the issues I see with the future of a crypto currency is massive blockchain sizes. Bitcoin is barely a decade old and it already has a massive 320gb blockchain compared to Peercoin’s 1gb chain. Is this just because Peercoin is less popular or is there another low-level reason?
If the reason is just lower popularity, are there any design ideas for reducing block chain sizes over the years?
Thanks in advance, you guys have been really helpful so far.