Gas Limit

      Every event/transaction that is instantiated through a blockchain network is defined by its complexity & its complexity is measured through the computation required to execute the event/transaction. The more complex a call/procedure get the more is its gas limit rises. As a rule of thumb, most wallets will automatically process transactions with a sufficient gas limit, no need to change it, unless you have a specific reason for doing so.

     A common argument that arises is “why limit the amount of gas? If somebody is willing to pay more that let them pay!” A limit is put in place for multiple reasons:
   – A limit evens out the playing field for less funded market participants.
   – A limit help control the growth of the network
   – A limit allows to manage the resources of individual mining nodes

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