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Scalability refers to the ability of a blockchain network to handle a growing volume of transactions and users without sacrificing performance or efficiency. As Web3 applications expand, the demand for processing capacity increases. Scalability solutions aim to optimize network throughput, reduce congestion, and maintain low transaction fees. Various techniques, including sharding, layer 2 solutions, and improved consensus algorithms, are employed to address scalability challenges and ensure that blockchain networks can accommodate mass adoption and increased activity.