Memory Pool Memory Pool Refreshing

45,509 transactions
25.49 vMB
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Max Size: 136/200 MB

Candidate Block Candidate Block Refreshing

Height Target Expected Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
852,124 000000000000000000038a6d0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 1.00 vMB 721 5
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Blockchain Blockchain Refreshing

Tip: 852,123 (551,729 blocks away) ⇈
Next 10 blocks ↑
Height Block Hash Time (UTC) Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
300,394 300,394 00000000000000000debdb81d5ec4020b251760f280bc8e5055eda2200cf4129 0.27 MB 540 31
300,393 300,393 000000000000000057a3bbaaad1293c86e564f23c245f9b618b7d4a712657bb2 0.34 MB 491 16
300,392 300,392 000000000000000017b02bc344426ece5d1e40b7b373e09d2865cd64b6247cba 0.50 MB 1,094 34
300,391 300,391 000000000000000043d04078153c5a0d770acf466192752669f84d1fd1bcda0d 0.75 MB 1,877 32
300,390 300,390 0000000000000000126b018fc3c34b364ff2391c12e34cf27ff9b7c177d4ae30 0.33 MB 1,024 82
300,389 300,389 00000000000000005850687bd2ec01d7d9978e6e9d38d093d3bfb05216b248f4 0.22 MB 336 23
300,388 300,388 000000000000000001ef01e523bdd6d2c59e45e80c20af357f9fa358fe1e1ce9 0.35 MB 943 45
300,387 300,387 00000000000000005b6f440ebeb0ce54b376e5bd15df1e19d71b2f7485c06708 0.18 MB 408 94
300,386 300,386 0000000000000000754d5a8002c829b377a8293871ccc30fd6a3abe5b5466112 0.41 MB 991 33
300,385 300,385 000000000000000020db3e372c6127bb8d923a3ee40c96f81b5a077aadaf04f3 0.03 MB 32 25
300,384 300,384 0000000000000000646aeda800ee605632799ead6257976b3805c66682b4d34e 0.00 MB 1 0
300,383 300,383 000000000000000036cc637d80982595b1fa30f877efe8904965e6fd70aeae1a 0.72 MB 1,024 39
300,382 300,382 000000000000000059743f8dfd9765ca20ddd23545c3a28961d4f9dc43585d00 0.35 MB 641 24
300,381 300,381 0000000000000000414a04e0650029bc1ed4e4a8a7286fce850975edea412722 0.35 MB 995 40
300,380 300,380 00000000000000004afdb64e6a99406101793130c25aeb8a9f6585a7f23df7fa 0.05 MB 128 255
300,379 300,379 00000000000000003875660516f263841c74222ba709c0e6cac22848aca229e3 0.35 MB 968 43
300,378 300,378 00000000000000001a88952c5686ae51ac91c68a8a099f97a149eb8d2676d593 0.49 MB 1,024 38
300,377 300,377 00000000000000007cf5744be694eea2f20501e6db9d3362428aabd63dda4151 0.21 MB 143 14
300,376 300,376 00000000000000004b1d04eb05bdc154b2d724511fd0828c1b61335dc0882b4d 0.35 MB 733 57
300,375 300,375 00000000000000005c59bb04d4a97acbccffe73c431f2e76b94ee77d0473637b 0.35 MB 880 41
300,374 300,374 0000000000000000231a1c82e3c5ec62d59697a8bde90d71256797b9795e3874 0.00 MB 1 0
Previous 10 blocks ↓
Total Size: 665.43 GB

Node Information

  • IP: 162.120.69.182
  • Port: 8333
  • Version: 270000
  • Subversion: /Satoshi:27.0.0/
  • Uptime:
  • Connections: 10 outgoing, 114 incoming
  • Data Transfer: 2,217.17 GB sent, 29.46 GB received

Notes

About

This is a basic blockchain explorer for exploring Bitcoin data.

The main features of this explorer are:

So it's pretty basic, but I think you can learn a lot about how Bitcoin works by browsing the raw data and seeing how it all connects together.

Data

The data on this explorer comes from the following sources:

  1. Bitcoin Core. This is used to get raw transaction and block data. This is retrieved via simple bitcoin-cli commands.
  2. Electrum Server. This is used to get information about address balances. Bitcoin Core doesn't keep track of addresses, so you need a separate database running alongside it to store address balances and activity. This information is retrieved using the Electrum protocol.

    Electrum Server is what wallets like Electrum and Sparrow Wallet use.

Limitations

There are a couple of limitations to this explorer:

So if you're looking for a more advanced explorer that offers these features, try mempool.space instead.

But if you hate beautiful websites and only want to dig around raw data quickly, this explorer should do the job.

Privacy

This blockchain explorer does not track anything.

I do not collect IP addresses or keep track of requests. Nor do I use any third-party analytics or tracking software.

However, this blockchain explorer is not open-source, so you have to trust me on this one.

Bitcoin Core Explorer

If you want to explore blockchain data without having to trust anyone with your privacy, the simplest way to do this is to run your own Bitcoin Core node and run bitcoin-cli commands.

The two most useful commands are:

  • You will need to add txindex=1 to your bitcoin.conf configuration file to be able to query for all transactions.
  • Use bitcoin-cli help to a complete list of commands.
  • Use bitcoin-cli help <command name> to see detailed information about a command and all the available options.

Alternatively, you can also run your own self-hosted explorer such as mempool or btc-rpc-explorer.