New data from analytics platform Santiment reveals that Litecoin transaction volumes are on the rise, all the while the network’s hashrate reached a milestone not seen in three years.

Transaction Spike Above $100,000

Litecoin is often on the receiving end of criticism partly exacerbated by its muted price-action in 2021. However, the network continues to experience robust growth regardless, with recent whale transaction counts extending higher, as indicated by on-chain analysis platform Santiment.

Specifically, the number of transactions exceeding $100,000 hit the highest level since December 2021.

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Hashrate Reaches Level Not Seen in 3 Years

Meanwhile, Litecoin’s network security has also experienced a strong uptrend, reaching levels not seen since July 2019. At the height of its network security (468 TH/s), the coin had experienced a 452% rally from $25 (Dec. 2018) to $138 (June 2019).

Since June 2021, Litecoin’s hashrate more than doubled from 225TH/s to 466TH/s today.

The “hashrate” refers to the total computational power used to mine and process transactions on the proof-of-work blockchain. It is an important metric which assesses network strength and security. Currently, Litecoin’s hashrate hit 466 TH/s, according to the latest data.

The most recent hash rate uptick comes in conjunction with the largest LTC transaction cluster spike in its 10-year history.

Litecoin exchanges hands at $121 at the time of publishing, up 19% on the month.

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