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Trans-network statistics of the Sia forks

During 2018, the Sia network forked into four different projects, with independent developing teams, blockchains and storage marketplaces. Amidst an environment of competition and claims about the levels of support between the projects, pan-Sia shows unbiased and verifiable data about the key parameters of their storage marketplaces and mining networks. The code of the data collector is open source (see below), providing auditability to these statistics.

The data for "Active hosts" corresponds to hosts online and accepting contracts (those displayed with a /hostdb/active call). The "Online hosts" toggle displays data for all the online hosts, either accepting or not contracts. For Sia, only hosts using version 1.3.7 or above are considered. For SiaClassic, only hosts using version 1.3.5 or below are considered. Data is updated every 30 minutes.

(*) On November 23th 2019, the host databases of all the network daemons were "refreshed". This made some hosts, previously absent on the databases, to show again correctly as online. You can read more about the issue here. This "refresh" was done for all the forks at the same time to keep the fairness in the network comparison.

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Summary table (data from Active hosts)

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Source code + APIs

Source code https://github.com/hakkane84/pan-sia
API: current statistics https://keops.cc/dbs/pansia_current.json
API: evolution of statistics https://keops.cc/dbs/pansia_evolution.json

Ignored hosts

The following hosts are not included on the aggregated stats due to be proven they are cheating on their reported metrics