Understand that privacy in HyperLedger is achieved via a per-channel basis and one ledger per channel. My question -- will there be scalability/maintenance issues if there are many members (>50) with many channels due to this design?
Say there are 31 banks in a network (a bit of a stretch... just assuming), each bank needs to transact with the other 31 banks.
Bank A setup 30 channels to the other 30 banks.
Bank B setup 30 channels to the other 30 banks.
Bank C setup 30 channels to the other 30 banks
The list goes on.
30 * 30 = 900 channels.
Comparing this to Quorum where Zero Knowledge Proofs are used and R3 Corda via Notaries, how does the channel design in Hyperledger stack up to these differing technologies?