New enhanced explorer for the Metal Blockchain
Metallicus is excited to announce the release of a brand new enhanced explorer for the Metal Blockchain, offering a comprehensive view of all P-Chain activities, ranging from staking to intricate transaction details.
Metallicus is excited to announce the release of a brand new enhanced explorer for the Metal Blockchain, offering a comprehensive view of all P-Chain activities, ranging from staking to intricate transaction details. As a crucial component of Metal Blockchain's Primary Network, the P-Chain plays a pivotal role in maintaining validators and empowering builders to establish Subnets.
The new advanced Metal Blockchain Explorer enables anyone to delve into detailed on-chain data, encompassing Metal Blockchain's validators, delegator transactions, staking, rewards distribution, Subnet creations, and cross-chain transactions involving X/P/C tokens.
By providing greater visibility into the P-Chain, the Metal Blockchain ecosystem fosters transparency for users and developers, enhancing network performance. Individuals can now effortlessly monitor their own staking rewards as well as those of others, evaluate potential nodes for delegation, verify funds associated with any address, and review transactions related to Subnet creation.
The availability of past and present Subnet validator performance data through a simple search further promotes transparency within the ecosystem.
Moreover, the new Metal Blockchain Explorer expands its capabilities while maintaining a unified and convenient user experience. Users can now access significantly more nuanced data with just a few clicks, gaining valuable insights into the performance of Subnet validators.
This comprehensive tool empowers users, allowing them to make informed decisions and better understand the intricacies of the Metal Blockchain network.
The Metal Blockchain Explorer offers real-time access to a wide array of data, ensuring users have the most up-to-date information on the following:
Subnet Creation and Staking: Gain insights into the creation of Subnets and track staking activities, allowing users to understand the network's expansion and the participation of stakeholders.
Validator and Delegator Transactions: Explore detailed information about validator and delegator transactions, providing a comprehensive view of the activities performed by these key participants within the network.
Update Your Validator Node Name: Verify your node ownership by signing a transaction and personalize your node's identity on the validator page. Check our guide here.
Node and Historical Validator Details for Indexed Subnets: Obtain comprehensive data on nodes and historical validator information for indexed Subnets. This allows users to assess the performance and track records of validators over time, aiding in decision-making processes.
Same-Chain Transactions: Dive into the details of transactions conducted within the P-Chain itself, enabling users to monitor and analyze the movement of assets and the flow of value within the chain.
X/P/C Cross-Chain Transactions: Access information on cross-chain transactions involving X/P/C tokens, enabling users to explore the interconnectivity between different chains and the transfer of assets across the Metal Blockchain network.
P-Chain Blocks: Stay informed about the latest P-Chain blocks, including their timestamps, block heights, and other relevant data. This feature ensures users have real-time visibility into the progress of the P-Chain and its ongoing activities.
Addresses and UTXOs: Easily search and view specific addresses, allowing users to track and verify balances, transaction history, and unspent transaction outputs (UTXOs) associated with particular addresses.
And much more! Go explore!
The new block explorer is open to the public, catering to both experienced Metal Blockchain validators and delegators, as well as newcomers seeking a deeper understanding of the network's capabilities.
If you're constructing a subnet and require an explorer, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org - We are pleased to offer subnet explorer services to builders.