Memory Pool Memory Pool Refreshing

90,663 transactions
23.49 vMB
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Max Size: 154/200 MB

Candidate Block Candidate Block Refreshing

Height Target Expected Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
853,378 000000000000000000036e3a0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 1.00 vMB 4,892 4
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Blockchain Blockchain Refreshing

Tip: 853,377 (550,968 blocks away) ⇈
Next 10 blocks ↑
Height Block Hash Time (UTC) Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
302,409 302,409 00000000000000004c474bee9289daf912af385f487d59adc4e89271c3850fe4 0.35 MB 989 98
302,408 302,408 00000000000000002618224944a704cc88b474c1627d373379e5380f92927726 0.08 MB 256 40
302,407 302,407 0000000000000000193bf7f2a33ec99de792c5bd14bbe8a2438289b68d3aaae1 0.06 MB 134 28
302,406 302,406 00000000000000001edc0bd2c38d4331a2e13ce5a6cb38f97c9beb5e066cd0ce 0.09 MB 143 22
302,405 302,405 00000000000000004125288fd74218a8abc68d555bffdcee0e88ca3a18576c91 0.38 MB 715 31
302,404 302,404 00000000000000003d8df90c68a8c1fda9861479a7d46a39df1bcf5b536a7cd7 0.49 MB 731 31
302,403 302,403 0000000000000000259628e79ac059fd5d94f983efd9e7a8e4c1ce10ab9889a4 0.05 MB 86 26
302,402 302,402 0000000000000000657499a4a33dc7df6afc1a62f8c47ade0e2944c92118aa3b 0.19 MB 317 27
302,401 302,401 00000000000000004402788afbb094e2d5461babe2e208fd3b707dda468971ab 0.11 MB 130 23
302,400 302,400 0000000000000000472132c4daaf358acaf461ff1c3e96577a74e5ebf91bb170 0.07 MB 145 30
302,399 302,399 00000000000000000ee9b585e0a707347d7c80f3a905f48fa32d448917335366 0.11 MB 240 30
302,398 302,398 0000000000000000050966ec5c2c94ab5df1cc0a53c3efd024f2285ea61766e9 0.08 MB 97 35
302,397 302,397 000000000000000010cce47ed76fd39f864f88efe5eac234cf022e47ab5bc88d 0.03 MB 24 17
302,396 302,396 0000000000000000636db575ae6baf56ac8bf207e9799d39d73790e9b91c12ff 0.01 MB 19 26
302,395 302,395 000000000000000005b008a1899642015992a1364e81e021cf1c0adfc931cf9e 0.07 MB 88 31
302,394 302,394 00000000000000007ab0f8b471f586946fd14d7499d42e89424094b71c01f959 0.18 MB 309 28
302,393 302,393 00000000000000001e3e93b4950e0093420b770f83dd72195a306b57ad26ce42 0.08 MB 202 23
302,392 302,392 00000000000000006283b6c0f189d9cdc51de1ea7736247eabe100279b22eeaf 0.08 MB 153 30
302,391 302,391 00000000000000006af9167d5c3fe1ec8fb2cd057af362c23af5ac3acb84ada2 0.25 MB 363 25
302,390 302,390 0000000000000000508eec033661523caf4f37e9c0c3f1c0a875d5a13a7ce047 0.35 MB 651 31
302,389 302,389 00000000000000004a9a0a771c6b587a85beb323d7f5305fbfc567140950bbdd 0.12 MB 225 30
Previous 10 blocks ↓
Total Size: 667.79 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: 2,469.91 GB sent, 45.70 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.