The Sentinel stats page has now been re-launched, offering a clear insight into key metrics involving dVPN nodes as well as dVPN usage trends.
Visit the stats page today at: stats.sentinel.co
From over 30 different metrics available, 6 real-time metrics and 5 historical metrics have been chosen for easy understanding and straight-forward representation.
Given the recent implementation of the on-chain subscription plan, the Sentinel’s growth metrics will represent a strong upwards trajectory and the re-launch of the stats page is extremely timely.
In the future the ‘Stats Engine’ will be open-sourced allowing for community members to build their own analytics and dashboards.
Map.sentinel.co will soon be updated along with the release of Sentinel’s new website.
Key Real-Time Stats Represented Include:
1 — Users Online — The number of unique individual users connected to a dVPN node at this exact time. Every user has a Sentinel account generated for them and the Cosmos feegrant module is being used for account abstraction where the gas for a user’s connection/disconnection on-chain commands are being paid by a subscription plan’s creator.
2 — dVPN nodes online — The number of unique dVPN nodes hosted by the community that are connected to the Sentinel blockchain and available for usage at this exact time.
To learn more about hosting a dVPN node checkout: https://docs.sentinel.co/node-setup
3 — Today’s Unique Users — The number of unique users who have connected to a dVPN node since 00:00 UTC of the current day. On-chain transactions can be found for each connection and disconnection and each user represented here can be traced back to a wallet that was generated for the user by an application or a wallet that has been created by the user.
4 — Today’s Data Consumed — The amount of data consumed in total by all users from dVPN nodes on Sentinel since 00:00 UTC of the current day
5 — Total Unique Users — The total number of unique users who have connected to a dVPN node since the time that Sentinel moved to its own Cosmos-SDK based blockchain from Ethereum (2021)
6 — Total Data Consumed — The total amount of data consumed by users from dVPN nodes since the time that Sentinel moved to its own Cosmos-SDK based blockchain from Ethereum (2021).
Key Stats Represented with Historical Charts:
- Active nodes — A chart representing the number of dVPN nodes hosted (across all protocols) over time
2. Unique Users — A chart representing the number of unique users connecting to dVPN nodes over time
3. dVPN Sessions — A chart representing the number of dVPN ‘Sessions’ over time. A single dVPN session is when a node has been connected to and disconnected to and 1 unique user may have multiple sessions.
4. Data Consumed — A chart representing the data consumed from dVPN nodes by users over time
5. Network Revenue — A chart representing the network revenue, or earnings made by dVPN nodes over time