QUESTION: Dynamic block sizes and increased blockchain size

Hello everybody, just wondering if you could help me out here.

Let's imagine that Monero suffers an enormous amount of incoming transactions (just as it happened with BTC and the BRC-20 inscriptions).

The dynamic block size would be adjusted after a period of time to receive more transactions and have low impact on fees, right?

But, if these transactions are just too much, how much can a block increase in size and how would that impact the people running the nodes? I mean, could the blockchain grow in size, e.g. 1Gb per day?

This is part of a discussion I was having and the Bitcoiner said it's best to have a fixed block size and increase the fees than to have a dynamic block size to keep the fees down, so there's from where this question comes from.


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