Memory Pool Memory Pool Refreshing

48,365 transactions
26.82 vMB
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Max Size: 145/200 MB

Candidate Block Candidate Block Refreshing

Height Target Expected Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
852,119 000000000000000000038a6d0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 1.00 vMB 997 10
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Blockchain Blockchain Refreshing

Tip: 852,118 (547,692 blocks away) ⇈
Next 10 blocks ↑
Height Block Hash Time (UTC) Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
304,426 304,426 00000000000000005c05657d5e92e497fd9bed5c7c07b5f8430dcf37c21951ec 0.22 MB 386 29
304,425 304,425 000000000000000004e9e6d6b7ec1181c673021dbd666e3893c067677ca4208c 0.09 MB 197 34
304,424 304,424 000000000000000025cf510be44bf09fc21186143814f1da2ee589b0975fb905 0.13 MB 205 28
304,423 304,423 00000000000000003f91be1ebd5476a15de1f58b899dd6b6c743e8bd03eb7bc8 0.34 MB 575 29
304,422 304,422 00000000000000003a0d58e62399fc4c028e8ca12e7f589d6e9f7cb0c40ca28b 0.17 MB 291 26
304,421 304,421 0000000000000000183141df676e87d43a13fe088d88ddec154ddb354f68ad45 0.26 MB 507 32
304,420 304,420 000000000000000014fc89dc14f3007dea10bcf0ebc6c2fe30fbb2d9e4f56e31 0.37 MB 572 29
304,419 304,419 000000000000000055f362de50f9a4a639be8d6858768abad6e07b3ed7a4158b 0.08 MB 136 35
304,418 304,418 00000000000000000af14083d0d91e4a6dc21388d873027f7641ff0f6b68d6b2 0.03 MB 49 18
304,417 304,417 00000000000000003099b15d7c5d1f7b8c8c1250eef9a1ee9a16138f0edd944d 0.17 MB 308 29
304,416 304,416 00000000000000000ead30f2a70f979a6b07f841ca05302497a92b3c9a9488a3 0.24 MB 427 67
304,415 304,415 00000000000000000401800189014bad6a3ca1af029e19b362d6ef3c5425a8dc 0.34 MB 526 28
304,414 304,414 000000000000000015a4f0afe01fdd1858405f20c429e87cdca24f528c68c78c 0.06 MB 108 15
304,413 304,413 0000000000000000114e0c0942c2b21e36ce15a3d2c13300271b87c99e870e64 0.35 MB 281 32
304,412 304,412 00000000000000005a97d9d939e430485c2e380679950a9aff03e5e1bab00e42 0.35 MB 405 18
304,411 304,411 0000000000000000403798aa5f4255b2df42b89c1c19d19319cd32193818bdd3 0.35 MB 1,043 52
304,410 304,410 00000000000000004f651c0e876321a7b38b256a217635b8ba7af1ea15c75412 0.00 MB 16 32
304,409 304,409 0000000000000000149d6a3c137049463070b2257bea0b5d37d04c9877a24db3 0.25 MB 249 23
304,408 304,408 00000000000000002916f660d7b4a9670463eaa4ec375500dd4c844926243e16 0.35 MB 600 32
304,407 304,407 00000000000000005886c24b4e31bff4c43212b65a8644b7f40b4bff1bd5a3e9 0.08 MB 143 12
304,406 304,406 0000000000000000190ca9288860c43676a00416a8c4fca2b889ef14f83b22f1 0.31 MB 489 31
Previous 10 blocks ↓
Total Size: 665.42 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: 2,216.33 GB sent, 29.43 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.