A block explorer is a tool that is used to view all blockchain transactions online. Specifically, to view all current and past transactions on the blockchain.
In other words, a block explorer is an online blockchain browser that reveals the data of individual blocks and transactions. With this tool, we can monitor transaction histories and balances of addresses.
The search box where you can put the block number, transaction id, and account address as search fields
Number of blocks. You can click on it to open the block list
Number of transactions. You can click on it to open the list of transactions
Number of transfers from Ethereum to SORA network. You can click on it to open the list of transfers from Ethereum to the SORA network
Number of transfers from SORA to Ethereum. You can click on it to open the list of transfers from SORA to Ethereum.
Number of events. You can click on it to open the list of events
Number of active accounts. You can click on it to open the list of accounts
Number of Runtime versions. You can click on it to get the network upgrade history.
How to find a transaction
There are a few ways to find a transaction in the block explorer.
Open the Polkaswap Account screen. And open the Activity tab to find your transaction. Then click on it. You'll see the transaction details screen. On the details screen you can copy the transaction number or open it in the block explorer.
If you know the transaction number, you can open the transaction in the block explorer. Paste the transaction number in the search box and press Enter. This will open the transaction details.
How to find an account
You can get all the information about an account. Click on Accounts then select All accounts from the drop-down menu to get the list of accounts.
You can also find an account using the search box on the main dashboard.
On the Account page, you can find all the transaction and XOR balance history
You can find all Assets in the network if you open Chain, then select Assets from the drop-down menu.
You can click the asset address and open the Asset details page where the information about asset holders is located.
Transactions are the most important part of the block explorer. You can find all the transactions in Chain, then select Transactions from the drop-down menu.
You can filter transactions by module and call. For example Assets transfer will list all transfers
Subscan is only available for the SORA mainnet. This means that you will not be able to find transactions made on the testnet in Subscan.