In the case of Aptos, all transactions are processed simultaneously and subsequently validated. Failed transactions are either re-executed or rolled back, thanks to the blockchain’s transactional memory libraries, which spot and handle conflicts.
Aptos is developed in Move, a new smart contract programming language that claims to be more advantageous than Solidity, the EVM-based programming language. This includes blockchain commands that can be easily verified, private key modification, and the modular design of Aptos.
New use cases can exist thanks to the scalability and configurability of Aptos, while the horizontal scalability of throughput – thanks to the natively implemented sharding function – provides a better user experience