In addition to querying basic data such as address transaction information and block data, what 【Hidden Functions】 does the blockchain explorer have?
As a full-currency blockchain data platform, Tokenview supports more than 120 chains and more than 5 million smart contract data.
Each chain supported by Tokenview has its own specific explorer. Open Tokenview explorer and enter any transaction hash, address and block information to automatically identify its owning chain and its related historical status.
In addition to querying address transaction details, block information and other basic data, Tokenview.io is upgraded again to achieve comprehensive data and diversified functions , creating a new Tokenview exclusive ecology.
Tokenview Exclusive Ecology！
1 BTC series
Bitcoin (BTC) is a distributed digital ledger based on blockchain. A blockchain is a body of linked data made up of units called blocks that contain information about each transaction, such as the parties to the transaction, the time and date, the total value. On January 3, 2009, Genesis Block was created and the blockchain was officially launched. The first chain supported by Tokenview is the Bitcoin Blockchain explorer.
Bitcoin was one of the first digital currencies to adopt a proof-of-work (PoW) mechanism, meaning that to be included in the BTC blockchain, transactions must be verified by a majority of bitcoin miners.
In order to solve the problem of block congestion and high fee in the Bitcoin system, on August 1, 2017, by the way of on-chain expansion, Bitcoin fork chain Bitcoin Cash (BCH) chain was born.
At the same time, a number of PoW chains such as LTC/XMR/BCH/ZEC/ETC are increasing.
Take the Bitcoin blockchain explorer for example, users can see the daily transaction/active number, holder, the latest block, whale tracking, rich list and other data information.
Tokenview’s large transaction function can monitor how many large transactions occur every day in real time, and you can set the lower limit of transaction amount, monitor currency, threshold and time period.
Select the concern of token, then can start monitoring.
2 EVM Series
As a multi-chain explorer, Tokenview sets up the EVM ecosystem. EVM compatibility refers to smart contracts built on its chain that can be quickly migrated and seamlessly moved back and forth across Ethereum. Through Tokenview explorer, can inquire the real-time ETH/ETC/BSC/Gnosis/Moonriver chain all data information.
Take the Ethereum blockchain explorer as an example, then 【Hidden Functions】 as follows.
（1） Wallet Asset Analysis
If you enter any address, you can view the assets distribution of the address.
Click on 【Token Balance】to see all tokens (ERC20/ERC1155/ERC721) held at this address.
Click on 【 NFT Assets】to see the NFT assets.
（2）Token Information Query
Tokenview supports ERC20/ERC1155/ERC721 token data query. You can find the address of the token contract you care about, token transaction, holding percentage, number of active/new addresses.
The ERC721 token section displays the list of NFT in detail. Rank the top NFT by the number of transfers in 24 hours or 7 days.
（3）NFT Data Analysis
You can find the contract address of the NFT you are interested in, transaction details, holding percentage, number of transactions per day, and more. Not only that, Tokenview has added NFT images and detailed displays. For example, open the BAYC NFT
you can see the NFT image preview, Token ID, owner, transaction number and other detailed data.
View the Tether/Circle issuers blocked USDT/USDC address list.
Open Ethereum Name service , you can view any ENS transaction hash，owner , registered cost and time, expiration time, Token ID.
（6）ETH Burned Data
Open https://eth.tokenview.io/cn/burned burned data page can view the ETH 24 hours / 7 days/the total burn of statistical data. This burned data list helps users capture the latest and hottest NFT of the day.
（7）Developer & Verify Contract
Developers can verify directly smart contracts deployed in EVM chains. In the case of Moonriver, users can directly verify the smart contract deployed on Moonriver by Tokenview.io. Verify that the “smart contracts” you want to know are doing what they’re supposed to do by querying the source code of the verified contracts.
3 Layer2 series
Tokenview supports Layer2 chains like Metis.
In the case of the Metis explorer,you can view the Metis basic data includes: the latest block, the latest transaction, the number of daily transactions /active address, etc.
In addition, you can also query the Metis ERC20/ERC721/ERC1155 tokens lists; Tracking the Metis whale; Query the Metis rich address information.
Tokenview provides one-stop data search service, covering all three major ecosystems BTC, EVM and Layer2, including 120+ chains and more than 5 million kinds of smart contract data query. As a blockchain data provider, Tokenview constantly enriches and improves the types and functions of data, and strives to provide the best quality data services for ordinary users and developers.