A blockchain is an immutable decentralized, distributed system or ledger. Everscale, like most blockchains, is public, meaning everyone can verify and check any account, transaction, or smart contract. But most users can’t look under the hood, and even for developers it can take a lot of time to browse through all the data.
Main page — Everscale summary stats
The main page shows a dashboard with summarized statistics for the network, including:
- Total supply in EVER
- Head block
It also shows the latest transactions, token transactions, messages, and blocks. More detailed information can be found in the respective sections on the pages accessed through the header tabs.
On the Blocks page, you can find all the necessary information related to blocks, such as head masterchain block, average block production time, and the total amount of workchain shards. There is also a list displaying all the recent blocks and their heights, and by clicking on each one you can see all of the transactions and messages included in a particular block.
In addition, any specific time period can be chosen for detailed research. There is also a dashboard displaying summarized stats of Everscale transactions and a daily transactions chart.
On this page, you can see all external and internal messages. You can choose the message type, date, value, sender, and recipient. Like the Transactions page, it shows a dashboard with summarized stats of all Everscale messages and a chart showing the daily amount of messages.
Token transactions page
This page shows all different types of token transactions including:
- Revert sends
- Revert burns
This is a recent EverScan update that was highly anticipated by the Everscale community. On this page, you can see all NFT collections minted on the Everscale blockchain. All information about TIP 4.1, TIP 4.2, and TIP 4.3 NFTs minted on Everscale can be found in this section, including:
- Name of collection
- Total amount of items
- Date of creation
The data presented on this page is focused on Everscale validators and their stats, including rank, validator account, public key, total stake, bonuses, and weight. The Validators page also includes information about current and upcoming validation cycles, such as:
- Election period
- Total stake in EVER
- Total bonuses in EVER
- Election status
Another exciting update is the Contracts page. Now, users and developers can get detailed information about verified smart contracts, and review smart contracts’ open source code. Moreover, with this feature, users can ensure that they are interacting with verified smart contracts.
About the Everscale network
Everscale is one of the most technologically advanced blockchain networks, incorporating all of the blockchain innovations and concepts of recent years. Its versatility gives it the potential to become a decentralized hub for lots of blockchains and resource-demanding applications such as GameFi, DeFi, supply chains, etc. Due to its dynamic multithreading and sharding technology, there’s always more room to add new nodes and shards to handle any load — and that’s something that no other blockchain can offer yet.
Everscale has powerful developer tools, such as compilers for Solidity and C++, SDK and API, client libraries ported to more than 20 languages and platforms, and a range of decentralized browsers and wallets.
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