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Sparse Merkle Tree & MerkleInclusionQuantifier #403
Implements a Sparse Merkle Tree and MerkleInclusionQuantifier using it.
Yep! DB is the way to go. We can for sure use an in-memory DB if we need extra performance so you’re totally right that we might as well implement as a DB. The state will likely grow very large so some sort of in-memory cache could make sense even if in the long term when we have too much state to fit in RAM.