The data shows that the number of Ethereum nodes has dropped by about 2000 from the beginning of the year.

On June 17th, the number of Ethereum nodes has dropped by about 2,000 compared with six months ago. At the beginning of the year, the maximum number of publicly accessible Ethereum nodes reported by Ethernodes was 10078, while the number of Ethernet nodes counted by Etherscan at that time was 7857. Now, Ethernodes said that there are 8138 accessible nodes in Ethereum, which is about 2000 fewer than the beginning of the year. There is also a similar drop in Etherscan, which is currently only 5641. The difference between Ethernodes and Etherscan statistics may be dependent on what criteria the statistical agency uses to determine duplicate nodes, or may be "fake" nodes, or even spoof nodes. Although the numbers are different, both statistics show that the number of nodes has dropped by about 2,000, which has reduced the number of nodes in Ethereum to the lowest level ever.