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@@ -2267,7 +2267,7 @@ exchange. The highest rate of spends was $780$ per second. Thus, the
theoretically achievable transaction rate on our single test machine (and a
dedicated machine for the database) would be $780 \cdot 3 / 10 = 234$ transactions
per second under the relatively pessimistic assumptions we made about what
-consitutes a transaction.
+constitutes a transaction.
If a GNU Taler deployment was used to pay for items of fixed price (e.g., online
news articles), the overhead of multiple coins and refresh operations (which