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Lightning Network (mainnet): 1949
Bcash (all compatible): 1942
In 27 days,
Bcash node count increased by 0.
Lightning Network node count increased by 626. That's 23 nodes per day.
Lightning Network public node count increased by 535. That's 20 nodes per day.
Based on the current speed, Lightning Network public node count will exceed all Bcash-compatible node count in 22 days.
In addition, total BTC in Lightning Network increased by 12.935 BTC (237%!) in 27 days. That's 0.48 BTC per day.
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I have been running a full node on EC2 for a while now and the connection count stands at 8. I have added 4 nodes manually and it went to 12 but now down to 10 connections.
Port 8333 is widely accessible and I can connect to this node from another one. Any ideas how to increase the number of connections? Would the upnp option help in this case?