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There’s been a lot of token creation taking place on top of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network of late. On Wednesday, Blockparty’s developer launched a new Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) explorer that gives users the ability to browse SLP tokens built on the BCH chain. The Simpleledger.info or the ‘Tokendb’ browser provides an interesting look at the growth of coin creation over the last month and the token movements that follow these unique creations.
Wallet provider Blockchain.com has started offering a new tool for users to peer into the inner workings of their cryptocurrency. The company has launched a Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block explorer that allows people to search for transaction hashes, blocks and addresses on the BCH blockchain.
Tuesday’s installment of The Daily details new tools that are helping users safely navigate the cryptocurrency ecosystem. From making an informed decision about which exchanges to trust to tracking blockchain transactions with Enjinx, we cover a selection of developments from across the cryptosphere, before finishing with a trip to the darknet where KYC documents are allegedly up for sale.
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What Is a Block Explorer?
Bitcoin runs on a distributed network of computers that participate in securing and maintaining a ledger of transactions called a blockchain. A blockchain is made up of blocks that are secured every 10 minutes by computers called miners. For a detailed explanation of Bitcoin mining, see our guide on the subject.
Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, has been teasing the release of an upcoming universal blockchain explorer, EnjinX. Searching #blockchain transactions, coins, and data should be easy, fast, and free of annoying ads. That’s why we’ve created #EnjinX—an ad-free, user-friendly, universal blockchain explorer. Subscribe and be the first to check it out!https://t.co/plwHTq7yiZ#ethereum […]
Last month, Blockstream, a leading developer of blockchain technologies, launched a new block explorer that allows users to monitor real-time data for both the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain and the Liquid Network sidechain. After receiving a largely positive response, the company has made the decision to release Esplora, the free and open-source software that powers the site. We’re excited to announce Esplora, the source […]
Blockstream has released a full node and wallet client for its newly released Liquid, along with a fresh-out-the-box block explorer to monitor transactions and other data on the sidechain.
With a mission to establish “an inter-exchange settlement network,” Liquid was launched last month. The platform is a sidechain built out of Bitcoin’s mainnet that allows its users to swap bitcoin 1:1 for a token on Liquid’s sidechain (L-BTC).
“Liquid is mostly for traders to move assets between exchanges or store in trading wallets ready to quickly deposit to exchanges. The advantage of Liquid is it is faster to deposit and move assets, and time is very much money for cross-exchange trading,” Blockstream CEO Adam Back told Bitcoin Magazine.
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The National Research Council (NRC) of Canada has recently launched an Ethereum-based blockchain explorer called Catena. The platform is similar to a search engine in that it allows users to easily navigate through the Ethereum blockchain for contribution data or published grants stored on the network. Given that this data is not organized in one […]
The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) has launched a blockchain explorer built on Ethereum. According to a news release, the organization said the blockchain explorer application, dubbed Catena, was developed by Bitaccess and will be hosted by its Industrial Research Assistance Program on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS). This makes the hosted data always
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EOS Cafe Calgary has announced that Bloks.io – a web tool that allows people to view information about blocks, transactions, accounts, and producers on the EOS blockchain – has been launched in partnership with HKEOS.
The explorer also has a detailed account page which shows the balances of all airdrops, filtering actions based on type (RAM/Account/Producer), breakdown of RAM/CPU/NET usage, proxy information, token transfers and other things.
Bitcoin.com is a web portal loaded with resources tethered to the heart of the cryptocurrency revolution. Just recently we launched our new blockchain explorer which allows anyone to verify transactions and other data tied to the Bitcoin blockchain. We want to give our readers a little more insight on this awesome tool.