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September 12, 2018, 11:30:38 AM
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Bitcoin testnet3 looks strange nowadays. I am trying to investigate what is going on.
My first question is: how to get the hashpower?

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getnetworkhashps
448 771 294 947 646.9

Am I right that this value is ~450 TH/s or in other words ~32 Antminer S9
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September 12, 2018, 01:38:01 PM
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It should be true and according to the documentation[1], it also say same thing. But there's no correlation between hashrate and stress testing since all you need to do are generate and broadcast lots of transaction.

1. https://bitcoincore.org/en/doc/0.16.1/rpc/mining/getnetworkhashps/

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September 12, 2018, 02:11:49 PM
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It should be true and according to the documentation[1], it also say same thing. But there's no correlation between hashrate and stress testing since all you need to do are generate and broadcast lots of transaction.

Stress-testing is very wide term  Grin
I see now a lot of transactions and too big (in my opinion) hashrate.
I haven't analyzed yet the blocks and transactions themselves.

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September 12, 2018, 06:48:08 PM
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It should be true and according to the documentation[1], it also say same thing. But there's no correlation between hashrate and stress testing since all you need to do are generate and broadcast lots of transaction.

Stress-testing is very wide term  Grin
I see now a lot of transactions and too big (in my opinion) hashrate.
I haven't analyzed yet the blocks and transactions themselves.



You're right, but if you ask people about cryptocurrency stress testing, majority would say high/increased amount of transaction. Not about unstable hashrate or other unusual test.
Can't say you will find out interesting result from your upcoming analyze besides raising TPS/hashrate.

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