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What enables the Cardano blockchain to be capable of storing so much information?

You don't have to store a lot of information on the blockchain itself to provide certain evidence. (that something existed at a certain time or was signed by someone, or that something was not ...
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"min-ada" bottleneck to Cardano analogous to "gas fee congestion" for Ethereum?

No, it would not be a bottleneck if Cardano implements babel fees that will enable you to pay (actually arbitrage) your fees in different tokens. That being said, to keep a decentralized network ...
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What are input endorsers and how do they make Cardano more scalable?

Here is a link to the original Ouroboros paper from 2016: https://eprint.iacr.org/2016/889.pdf If you scroll to section 8.1, input endorsers (IE) are discussed and generalized in close proximity to ...
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What are input endorsers and how do they make Cardano more scalable?

The core idea of input endorsers is to separate transaction selection from block production. The Ouroboros protocol - just like it randomly selects block producers according to their staked Ada - ...
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What are input endorsers and how do they make Cardano more scalable?

Input endorsers are originally discussed in the Ouroboros paper and could be potentially be used to create specific high-throughput layer 1 Ouroboros variants. To get the idea, check out this part of ...
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How to solve the Plutus scalability issue?

This should not be thought of as a scalability problem, but more as a design parameter for whatever smart contract you are building. There are many creative ways in which projects are trying to make ...
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