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The TRON Developer Guide — Blockchain Explorer
Access the block explorer at https://tronscan.org.
Information on all blocks — from the genesis block to all current blocks — can be found on this page, including block height, its previous block, and the corresponding byte size. You can also use the search bar to check block height and SR nodes.
You can search for transaction records on this page. Information on the sender and the recipient’s address, the amount of TRX transferred, block height of transaction record, corresponding Hash and production time can all be found. You can also use the search bar to look for a specific transaction by Hash.
Address & Transaction Statistics
On the statistics page, we can see figures of the top 25 TRX holders, TRX transferred in the past hour, transactions in the past hour, and the trend of average block size. Tronscan will continue to create more data visualizations for the users’ convenience.
Check Block Live
Block Live is a special feature of Tronscan, with which users can check the real-time transaction records, votes, token issuance and participation, and nodes. We can also use filters to view only our desired contents.
This page shows the number of nodes and the country with most nodes.
This page shows the geographical distribution of TRON’s nodes. From the density of nodes in different regions, users can have a straightforward impression of where they are located. With the embedded Google map, users can zoom in and out of the map to know about the specific details.
This page shows the following information on the nodes: IP address, hostname, block height, GPRC, GPRC m/s and time of the last update.
SR Candidate Information
Users can check out the Super Representative list which includes information on the last block, number of blocks produced, number of ...
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