Search the Blockchain With Bitcoin.com’s New Block Explorer
Bitcoin.com’s Web Portal Adds a Simple to Use Blockchain ExplorerBlockchains record all types of activity that’s taking place within a cryptocurrency’s network such as transaction times and confirmations, information about processed blocks, and the amount of funds contained in a specific address. A block explorer is a great tool to help people find information about these subjects and Bitcoin.com has launched an easy-to-use block explorer for all of our visitors. Bitcoin.com’s block explorer is basically like a search engine that can locate various activities that are recorded on the bitcoin cash and core public blockchains.
Various Features with More Support Rolling Out SoonLooking at the bitcoin cash block explorer’s front page shows the latest blocks processed and the latest transactions. Moreover, there’s a search bar where users can fill in a BCH address, transaction and even block hashes. The interface also includes a QR scanner so QR codes can be read alongside the ability to change the national currency and language. Bitcoin.com’s BCH explorer also features a Cash address switch, adding more depth to the search parameters. While using the BCH block explorer users can also toggle to Bitcoin.com’s BTC block explorer to search for data on the core network. Bitcoin.com’s CEO, Roger Ver, is thrilled to see the new block explorer in action and believes it’s a great addition to the website’s wide variety of cryptocurrency tools and educational resources. “The new Bitcoin.com Block Explorer is a robust tool to analyze transactions, blocks, and addresses on both the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Core (BTC) chains,” explains Ver.
This product adds another awesome tool to the Bitcoin.com portfolio and the Bitcoin Cash community — Future plans include rolling out support for the growing ecosystem of colored coins built on top of the Bitcoin Cash protocol.
Bitcoin.com: Providing the Resources & Tools for the Growing Cryptocurrency EnvironmentThe new block explorer gives bitcoiners a glimpse at where a transaction derives from and when the transaction gets confirmed. Additionally, users can dig further and find other details like inputs, outputs, byte size, scripts, and OPcodes. Bitcoin.com continues to add many features to our web portal and we’re just getting started. We’ve recently launched our Bitcoin Cash Games portal and have many more additions coming to Bitcoin.com in the future. We’re proud to provide the resources and tools dedicated to these emerging technologies that continue to be at the forefront of innovation. So if you need information about your recent transaction or need information on recently mined blocks, check out our block explorer today. Have you tried our blockchain explorer yet? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. We’d love to hear your feedback.
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