Hi @Filosof302 I have been trying to figure out the same thing and have not found a way yet… Like some kind of software that shows how many transactions per second are flying across the Cardano network from Daedalus wallet to wallet and between the Exchanges and the wallets. That would be pretty cool.
There are 3 things I have found I can look to, to get an idea of network activity.
- I go on CoinMarketCap and look at the 24 hour volume. This is like the total network load.
- I have tested wallet to wallet transactions between my friends and I and clocked them at between 8 and 24 seconds, and from the exchange to wallets as fast as 36 seconds.
- Since I use Mac computers, I have an app installed called “Little Snitch” that shows me the network connections and activity for Daedalus or “cardano-node” or any application on my computer using internet. I don’t know what the Windows equivalent is, but Little Snitch is fantastic.
Here is a screen cap of “cardano-node” activity on Little Snitch, the process that actually connects the wallets together. Notice the cardano-node software is not signed, they need to fix that. Download is green, upload is red.