We have created a stats website from where you can learn a lot of things about avalanche's current stats.
You can access this part from this link from which you will get following info:
Active Validator Count
Active Delegation Count
Average Validator Weight
Validator/Delegator Count (graphically)
Validator/Delegator Stake (graphically)
Average Validator Weight (graphically)
Stake Version Distribution
Delegationg Fee Distribution
Validator Weight Distribution (graphically)
Validator Stake Distribution (graphically)
Delegation Stake Distribution
Unresponsive Stake (last 48 hours, graphically)
Benched Stakes for each Chain
Offline Nodes Table
Inaccessible Nodes Table
Benched Nodes Table
When you enter a node id to this link, you can see these information about that node:
Attention, this is not for online-offline status.
When a node doesn't respond to queries from other nodes for 5 minutes, it will temporarily be considered offline by other nodes (called "benching"). A benched node can be fixed by upgrading your hardware to the recommended spec.
Offline nodes cannot be connected to by any nodes (staking nor non-staking). An offline node can be fixed by restarting it and/or opening its peering port (9651) to inbound traffic.
A node is considered inaccessible if another node cannot connect to it on its advertised ip:port but the node still attempts to connect to other nodes (unlike an offline mode). An inaccessible node can be fixed by opening up the 9651 port (peering port) for inbound connections.
Weight is the sum of all stake and delegated stake (in AVAX).
Time responsive is the percentage of observed time that a particular node was responsive (not offline nor benched).
Shows which version of Avalanchego the node is using.
A graph showing the node's 2-week resposiveness.
Amount of staked by your node (in AVAX).
You can learn more about this from here
Shows how many delegates the node has.
Shows the amount delegates have staked on your node.
Those are graphichs that shows your node's status for benched, offline and inaccessible status.
You can see our C-Chain stats from here.
Don't think this is the limit for Avalanche. We got 11000+ tps according to the tests we made on amazon servers located in different points around the world.
You can see the last 2000 block's size (KB) in this graphic.
You can see how many transactions were in the last 2000 block in this graphic.
Minumum gas price for the last 2000 block.
Minumum gas price for the last 8 hours.
Shows how much gas is burned in every day.
Shows how much gas is used in every day.
Shows how many transaction were made in every day.
Shows how many addresses there are from the start.
Shows how many blocks there are from the start.
Shows how many transactions there are from the start.
Shows maximum TPS per day.
Shows average TPS per day.
Shows how many AVAX imported/exported per day.
Shows how many contracts deployed per day.
Shows total contract amount per day.
Shows how many accounts made at least one transaction per month.