The aproximate computing power of current Bitcoin network in terms of FLOPS (FP32) has been estimated at about ~80,000 exaFLOPS and being aware of the limits of the analogy because of the widespread use of ASICs in Bitcoin mining. I was wondering the computing power of the main Ethereum network, which is currently running on ~8900 nodes and using Keccak256 as its main hash function, which is one that could be GPU accelerated biased toward using traditional GPUs rather than ASICs, peaks now at ~242 TH/s.
A very rough estimate would be for example:
Is it possible to know the actual computing power (in FLOPS) of the ETH network or sum of the underlying hardware? If we're building a peer-to-peer general purpose worldwide computer, wouldn't be nice to know current power instead of just hashing rate?