100000+ TPS is an enormous jump and this will be simply amazing.
We also should be aware that exchanges do require more TPS than payment facilitators. For example, in this linked article the CIO of NYSE Euronext, which runs NYSE plus other exchanges around the globe, says they deal with millions of transactions per second. That could just be a flippant remark, as it actually sounds too high to me. But it supports the notion that exchange transaction frequency could well be a lot higher than payment facilitators like Visa and Mastercard. See https://www.fsf.org/working-together/profiles/new-york-stock-exchange
It may be that advancements Cryptonomex make in network upgrades stay ahead of the curve for our exchange volume (certainly light years ahead at this point). I'm interested to know what the thought is about the long term future though, should bitShares exchange grow to match something like Euronext. Can exchange and payment functionality exist on a single block-chain, or might there come a point where exchange functionality requires its own block chain, linked to the payment block-chain in some way. Anyway, it doesn't need answering now. Just a curious thought I had about the future.