Stats

Lightning Network Stats



Number of nodes: 15832
Number of nodes 30 day change: 4.34%
Number of nodes with active channels: 8,321
Number of nodes with active channels 30 day change: 5.13%
Number of active channels: 36,266.00
Number of active channels 30 day change: 0.73%
Network capacity USD: $38308564.71
Number of public IP nodes: 6138
Number of ipv6 nodes: 105
Number of Tor nodes 3064
Number of new nodes last 24 hours: 45
Number of new updated nodes last 24 hours: 3114
Number of new channels last 24 hours: 301
Number of updated channels last 24 hours: 30694
Layer 1 Capacity Ratio: 0.004929%
Average node capacity BTC: 0.12439327
Average node capacity USD: $4603.97
Average channel capacity BTC: 0.02849092
Average channel capacity USD: $1054.49
Average node age days: 504.88
Average channel age days: 395.25
Average channel per node: 8.72
Median base fee: 1
Median base fee rate: 0.000001
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LQwD Financial Corp
Creating enterprise-grade infrastructure and institutional liquidity for the Lightning Network to drive Bitcoin adoption.

LQwD Financial Corp is focused on developing infrastructure to power the Bitcoin Lightning Network – the layer 2 technology that solves scalability for Bitcoin.

Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is an Open Finance technology movement that utilizes public blockchains to transform outdated financial processes into modern trustless and transparent financial systems that run without intermediaries.

BTC Trust Protocol

Bitcoin is a public, global, trustless, and decentralized payment and store of value system that utilizes cryptography to keep its assets secure. Transactions are processed by a world-wide network of tens of thousands of computers that support the system. Bitcoin has been operating for the past decade. We can view Bitcoin as a financial trust layer addition to the internet. We refer to the main Bitcoin network as Layer 1 for Bitcoin payments.

Lightning “Layer 2” Payment Protocol

The Lightning Network is a “Layer 2” payment protocol that operates on top of Bitcoin. It enables fast transactions between participating nodes and has been touted as a solution to the Bitcoin scalability problem. It features a peer-to-peer system for making micropayments of cryptocurrency.