Bitnodes is currently being developed to estimate the size of the Bitcoin network by finding all the reachable nodes in the network.

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New Transactions

Table shows a list of new/unconfirmed transactions no older than 10 minutes that have been announced by at least 10% of the reachable nodes. Enter at least the first 4 characters of your transaction hash to shortlist your transaction as it appears in the list below. Transaction announced by more than 50% of the reachable nodes should eventually make it into a new block.


Transactions per second

Shortlisted Transactions

No transactions

Announced Transactions

No transactions

Value for transactions per second (tps) shown above is updated every 5 seconds, and its value is an average of tps values during the last 5 seconds. Value for last seen column is based on the time when the kernel first saw the packet containing the inv message for the transaction from a distinct reachable node. All packets are read off pcap files captured on the listening machine over 2 seconds ago, so the appearance of a new transaction in the list may be delayed by a couple seconds.

Join the Network

Be part of the Bitcoin network by running a Bitcoin full node, e.g. Bitcoin Classic or Bitcoin Core.

Use this tool to check if your Bitcoin client is currently accepting incoming connections from other nodes.