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Is there any official website to find it?

I can't find it on internet.

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    Are you looking for the actual or theoretical TPS of the Cardano Network?
    – gRebel
    Apr 28 at 11:11
  • @gRebel not yet, I am new to Cardano :) Apr 28 at 13:57
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I found cardanowaves.com the other day on r/cardano and it looks useful. Shows over 1M transaction in last 28 days, which is 35K/day. Agrees with previous answer; this may update more dynamically. It updates statistics from the blockchain. enter image description here

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There's a chart here, published on April 14th, which claims it's about 30-40k per day (so roughly 1 per 2-3 seconds), but I don't know how accurate it is.

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(Note that the last five data points (on the website, I've cropped them from the image above) are misplaced; they're March dates instead of April.)

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  • Is there any way to verify the accuracy of this screenshot? Is there no link to the source of this info?
    – EGMSSE
    Apr 29 at 0:23
  • @EGMSSE there's a 'show source' link at the bottom right, but it costs $60 a month ...
    – Glorfindel
    Apr 29 at 5:42
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You could find the average tps over an Epoch by looking at the transactions over an epoch through the official Cardano explorer [0]. Epoch 260 had 216117 transactions which equates to ~2 tps. This isn't the networks limit of course, there are many empty blocks and you can easily see blocks with > 15 transactions on the explorers homepage.

Saying this, I'd argue a far more interesting value is the bytes/sec because transactions can vary in size. You could find the current theoretical limit with max_size_of_block / min_size_of_tx. I don't remember these numbers off the top of my head though!

[0] https://explorer.cardano.org/en

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You can also check out ADApools, lots of good statistics there

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go there https://cardanoscan.io in search epoch bar search last epoch . you can see Transactions . this is total Transactions in this epoch . you can division on current slot number .

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The realtime page at adatools shows a live count of transactions/hour. A hands-on way to get more detailed data is to run a cardano-node with Grafana monitoring, as described at docs.cardano.org

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There's also the epoch statistics in adastat.

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