The number of Lightning Network nodes hits a record high, TVL tops $ 42 million
The Lightning Network grew 75% in the past year. Beat According to LN monitors from Visuals, on February 8th, the first record high of 8,900 knots.
A significant portion of the surge has been more recent, suggesting that some bitcoiners are focusing on the layer two solution, possibly as an escape route ever increasing transaction fees.
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