How to read the Block Explorer
A block explorer is a web tool that allows users to view information about cryptocurrency transactions and blockchain data. It provides details such as transaction history, wallet balances, and block information, enhancing transparency and accountability.
In most cases the search bar at the top takes any of the following:
- Account Name
- Transaction ID
- Block Number
receiver:eosio.token (data.from:eoscanadacom OR data.to:eoscanadacom)
(auth:eoscanadacom OR receiver:eoscanadacom)
(ram.consumed:eoscanadacom OR ram.released:eoscanadacom)
Examples pulled from dFuse Docs
Account balance is available at the top.
RAM & Power
Both of these are available on the account page as well.
∞ means the account has no limitations. Otherwise, most accounts have a limitation.
Storing data on-chain costs
Executing transactions utilizes
You can see who owns an account, or what key has control over an account under the
The +1/1 shows how many signatures are necessary to act on behalf of a
permission. Permission being
owner in the example below.
In the example below the
permission requires two users to a transaction to act on behalf of the
When you are on an account page such as
eosio.token you can see that it has a contract deployed because it has the
Tables can be browsed for additional information if you're aware of how the table is structured. In the case of
eosio.nft.ft I can view the
factory.b table to see available Uniqs. Tables available can be gathered from the
It's highly recommended to use
curl requests against REST API Endpoints when reading data, or write a small script in one of your favorite programming languages.