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I know a large number of public blockchains are around but I really love the flexibility that hyperledger sawtooth provides so is it a good idea to use sawtooth as a public permissionless blockchain? I can't use Ethereum because it is not feasible for microtransactions and is not scalable. I can't use IOTA as it does not have smart contracts enabled with it.

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Transaction submissions require a public/private credential however; it is feasible to set up a REST process that accepts transactions from anywhere and proxies the transaction in.

You can also consider using sawtooth as the system of record and instrument the TP to emit Events, which you could intercept and write to an off-chain DB with more querying flexibility

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