Stellar Network Analysis

Nodes that are marked as inactive or are obviously misconfigured (induce one-node quorums) are filtered out prior to all analyses on this page. Splitting sets analyses are performed only on the FBAS core; only splitting sets that can cause at least one pair of core nodes to diverge are returned. For more analysis options check out our command-line tool.

Merge nodes by grouping (nodes by the same grouping will count as 1):

In-depth analysis of one snapshot

Interactive analyses of the Stellar public network using fbas_analyzer compiled to WebAssembly. The analyses are performed in your browser using network snapshots downloaded on demand from You can also trigger an analysis by clicking on the plot below.

Bulk analysis

The following plot depicts bulk analysis results based on data from For each analyzed network snapshot, the plot shows the size of the top tier, the mean, minimum and maximum of all minimal blocking set sizes, and the mean, minimum and maximum of all minimal splitting set sizes.


This page was created by Charmaine Ndolo with some help from Martin Florian. Both are part of Weizenbaum Research Group 17. A thorough description of our analysis methodology is available on arXiv.

Here is the link to our Github repository - feel free to check it out.