Gridcoin State of The Network Report #5
Welcome to the fifth Gridcoin State of the Network Report. These reports are compiled by @parejan and @jringo. They are a work in progress. With each report, we seek to add more information and otherwise make them more accessible.
One more try = ). We had articles from over 7 days ago saved, however we saved them in a slack chat. Long story short, they scrolled past and we can no longer access them. Over 10k messages across the slack in under 7 days! Who would have thought. For the next SotN report, we will be sure to set up a gdoc. We were luckily able to find the major posts from more than 7 days ago.
- We have two updates from devs regarding 18.104.22.168! Thank you for the updates, @ravon, and thank you for the hard work, dev team!
- We have five polls up for the ongoing development of the Gridcoin 4.0-2018 Roadmap! Here are their links. Huge shoutout to @brod for helping put them together! Here are their links:
Each week we bring you the most up to date statistics regarding the operation of the Gridcoin blockchain and Gridcoin BOINC statistics. Statistics are gathered on a Wednesday to Wednesday fortnightly basis. Blockchain statistics are compiled from the getblockstats RPC command in the Gridcoin wallet and BoincStats.
Blockchain stats from 19-Dec-17 to 02-Jan-18The table below contains the blockchain stats of the last 2 weeks and covers the blocks 1112038 to 1125803.
Blockchain chartsThe blockchain charts below contain the longer term blockchain trends.
Team Stats from 19-Dec-17 to 02-Jan-18The tables below contains BOINC team stats of the last 2 weeks.
Team ChartsThe team charts contain the longer term team trends.
Project tables from 19-Dec-17 to 02-Jan-18The table below contains the project stats of the last 2 weeks.
Project charts from 19-Dec-17 to 02-Jan-18The charts below contain the project stats of the last 2 weeks.
That wraps up the fifth Gridcoin State of the Network. We are working on some additional ideas for the next report. The building continues!
And one more time before I turn into a broken record: thank you to @parejan for volunteering to help with the visuals and overall report.
As always, if you want to see something added to the report mention it in the comments below.