RFC-15 state that 1 CKB is precisely 1 byte of information stored by a cell. Also, the supply aims to ~30B tokens.
Do I correctly understand that currently, the blockchain theoretical bound is ~30GB of data and practical (~30% of stake) is around ~10GB? Hence, if the average size of the cell is around 1KB, then the blockchain practically bounded to 10M cells only? Am I missing something? Or it’s a purposeful design decision?
I am also curious, does this a hard social consensus? Or if there is a plan to govern the number of bytes the one can get for 1 CKB?