Memory Pool Memory Pool Refreshing

86,442 transactions
22.55 vMB
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Max Size: 148/200 MB

Candidate Block Candidate Block Refreshing

Height Target Expected Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
853,393 000000000000000000036e3a0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 1.00 vMB 7,089 4
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Blockchain Blockchain Refreshing

Tip: 853,392 (337,287 blocks away) ⇈
Next 10 blocks ↑
Height Block Hash Time (UTC) Size Txs Avg Fee Rate AFR
516,105 516,105 00000000000000000031df367524d23cf0746897c475747f806831cf2621ed60 0.93 MB 1,758 29
516,104 516,104 0000000000000000003d5e25126286abe9dd2e85770531917161ab92228fec22 0.32 MB 342 30
516,103 516,103 000000000000000000475e7d9aa4c4575808f8170e937ec39c563a9d3dff644c 0.27 MB 500 25
516,102 516,102 0000000000000000001d0c049b62659c67e4f46f5b4ca284475207c2b1059edb 0.01 MB 21 18
516,101 516,101 00000000000000000027d141a7bf396434011ac6412ea85e8ce4a3a7d2c71bf6 0.38 MB 736 45
516,100 516,100 000000000000000000444363c15db8dd43970768e314213a14acdf4598d0990e 0.26 MB 270 14
516,099 516,099 0000000000000000004b612462e65823858bcd67262f571b2d69dd6d9eaad2d7 0.84 MB 1,749 34
516,098 516,098 0000000000000000001bbe6706116c177d26ade24c4b92a736abebc0ed098723 0.52 MB 671 24
516,097 516,097 00000000000000000045cf7f30203c0a794e2f62556cdc7e17c429155eb73497 0.06 MB 147 31
516,096 516,096 0000000000000000002499e3989b78ec7209b24f62514587267e08110ceee964 0.23 MB 332 26
516,095 516,095 0000000000000000002e5f072398ee27b25b6cdcf69051bcdbbece417093c979 0.02 MB 42 47
516,094 516,094 0000000000000000004faf2752ef031618eca68568b6fe608f4b7166fcb80786 0.02 MB 48 60
516,093 516,093 000000000000000000493328110868c41d9772b57916ca712e9dab84eea2bdb3 0.23 MB 435 48
516,092 516,092 0000000000000000000f8f8c50d3856f35d87ff04a832b728f202b8ac81c534a 0.17 MB 388 20
516,091 516,091 0000000000000000002ee26bbd1b73a65eae53339e3b1867d399bf6cf0134ad9 0.27 MB 462 23
516,090 516,090 000000000000000000460555e01eb9d5a347837ba2f97a57999bd18eec9b06ec 0.05 MB 137 48
516,089 516,089 00000000000000000028bf32cfec9aa940b2ac731208c147e107a45d9147d2c2 0.19 MB 465 29
516,088 516,088 0000000000000000003d1ec3a313c94e17c2c6df757e2a12078de050bd6eb57d 0.48 MB 1,017 40
516,087 516,087 0000000000000000001fdca6585f3a5d1f7f93e788fdd99627a6bbb7dcaf4f89 0.30 MB 610 34
516,086 516,086 00000000000000000028b9c5d04f6ca90abb5f2ab566d421259f4e1a5a47e0d8 0.14 MB 197 60
516,085 516,085 000000000000000000056751ca015b09d60db9c10ed64239348276314143c3a4 0.04 MB 92 47
Previous 10 blocks ↓
Total Size: 667.81 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: 2,474.57 GB sent, 45.84 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.