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Since the inception of Bitcoin, the distributed systems community has shown interest in the design of efficient blockchain systems. However, initial blockchain applications (like Bitcoin) attain very low throughput, which has promoted the design of permissioned blockchain systems. These permissioned blockchain systems employ classical Byzantine-Fault Tolerant (BFT) protocols to reach consensus. However, existing permissioned blockchain systems still attain low throughputs (of the order 10KarXiv:1911.09208v2 fatcat:7boer3e5ozfp7gskgtggkxuotq