Not at this time. Here is the list of available compilers

You are kinda correct... in that the support is very weak at this time....
at ton of 3rd party modules I tend to install with pip would likely not work... and the feature set and edge cases in creating the bytecode are more rampant than I'd like...
Not counting manually transpiling into C or C++....
... or counting introspection madness in something like this disassembly tool
You got these at least I have seen a few others somewhere might have tried them don't remember...
PyPy.js as WASM bytecode
Compile Python -> LLVM -> asm.js -> binary.wasm

It should be noted all the WASM stuff is still fairly new... and I have yet to see a pure WASM VM for Python

Very limited too bad

@furion, what do you think of the 440,000 transactions per second Blockchain by the University of Sydney? >

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