The Solana community made a 7-hour break at 8pm UTC, caused by a hustle of bots trying to mint NFTs. Solana’s builders and engineers say that the site visitors have reached a high record of more than 4 million transactions per second. In addition, in the case of blockchain transactions per second significantly eliminates all previous peaks.
At present, validators performed a cluster restart, and the Solana blockchain worked slowly in the morning. This is because it takes some time for each node to return on-line.
Solana is currently ranked in the top digital currencies, and ranks 10th regarding market value. The blockchain also has the second-highest NFT value, except for ETH.
Solana blockchain fights against an important stream of bots
Solana has faced server hotspots ahead of schedule, one lasting 18 hours in January. Each time the blockchain was destroyed, it was due to the massive inflow of NFT bots. When Solana falls, it is not the best for Solana NFT traders because they cannot buy or advertise anything.
The day after the last outage, Solana fell 7.4 percent. Anatoly Yakovenko, one of Solana’s founders, encouraged the community’s creditors to restart it soon.
Solana’s latest blackout repeats why it will no doubt conquer the ETH in terms of NFT scope and quantity. With the increasing loss of customers after a situation like this, ETH will continue to dominate. Overall, Solana has been doing a superb job so far, and is probably experiencing the highest amount they have ever had. This can be useful for removing the last blockchain outage.