net_peerCount | Ronin

Ronin API method that returns the number of peers currently connected to the Ronin node. This metric is essential for understanding the node's connectivity and participation in the network.


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  • result — the number of connected peers, encoded as a hexadecimal value. This number reflects how well the node is connected to the rest of the network, which can impact its ability to receive and broadcast transactions and blocks.

Use case

The net_peerCount method is crucial for network administrators and developers who need to monitor their node's health and connectivity. A higher number of peers indicates good network health and connectivity, while a low number of peers might suggest network issues or isolation from the network.

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