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October 10, 2018, 09:00:07 PM
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I would like to introduce new Bitcoin blockchain graph-based visualization project: https://blockchaingraph.org/

The project is in early development stage yet.
I'm looking for some feedback.

https://i.imgur.com/YL7xtKg.png?1

You can add to the graph starting point transaction in top right corner.
Double click on node to expand links.

Thank you

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October 11, 2018, 07:04:52 AM
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Cool. Beginning to see quite a few visualisation projects in recent months, always refreshing to see new contributions. This looks familiar, can't quite tell as could not seem to enter my own values. Tried addresses, also tried transaction IDs but it still just shows me the default (?) 83080 block images.

Want to test out how the visuals look for some mixers, could be interesting;)

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October 11, 2018, 03:15:50 PM
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Cool. Beginning to see quite a few visualisation projects in recent months, always refreshing to see new contributions. This looks familiar, can't quite tell as could not seem to enter my own values. Tried addresses, also tried transaction IDs but it still just shows me the default (?) 83080 block images.

Want to test out how the visuals look for some mixers, could be interesting;)

Search by address is not implemented yet. But you still can search by transaction hash (DB might be a bit behind on latest transactions)
You can also pass transaction hash in URL like https://blockchaingraph.org/?#677b67a894d2587c423976ed65131d5ea730d9bd164e7692beffc0441f40eebf
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October 12, 2018, 05:00:56 PM
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Cool. Beginning to see quite a few visualisation projects in recent months, always refreshing to see new contributions. This looks familiar, can't quite tell as could not seem to enter my own values. Tried addresses, also tried transaction IDs but it still just shows me the default (?) 83080 block images.

Want to test out how the visuals look for some mixers, could be interesting;)

Search by address is not implemented yet. But you still can search by transaction hash (DB might be a bit behind on latest transactions)
You can also pass transaction hash in URL like https://blockchaingraph.org/?#677b67a894d2587c423976ed65131d5ea730d9bd164e7692beffc0441f40eebf

Ah, got it. Yeah I think I tried with a very fresh tx ID and that's why it didn't work... although checking again now even Block 511908 (about 33,200 blocks ago now) still shows me the default image. Also tried with the direct URL on several tx hash but giving me the same no-results.

Could it be it can't handle Bech32/native Segwit-related txs? Which is what I'm trying to look at as those are what I'm interesting in at the moment!


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October 12, 2018, 08:43:53 PM
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Ah, got it. Yeah I think I tried with a very fresh tx ID and that's why it didn't work... although checking again now even Block 511908 (about 33,200 blocks ago now) still shows me the default image. Also tried with the direct URL on several tx hash but giving me the same no-results.

Could it be it can't handle Bech32/native Segwit-related txs? Which is what I'm trying to look at as those are what I'm interesting in at the moment!


I found some issues and fixed it.
Aldo I finally migrated to faster server and data base is now up to date.
Here's transaction from latest block - https://blockchaingraph.org/#70f728255611c62b1855a6f94e3e20c615ec7f0f7d6800dab0ff7a9cb58a5b9b

I also added ability to save graph data to cloud (IPFS) and produce permalink. Check this out:
https://blockchaingraph.org/#ipfs-QmNo2FknkpNYDWsTxGNDpk7jsn5vNZ5xmv32kUvi1Hvefy
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October 13, 2018, 07:44:25 AM
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Im on the phone right now and i cannot try it properly, however it loads and show the graph just fine. It's quite cool indeed since makes clear what is going on Smiley

Do you have some specific plan or other features planned for this project? It could be nice if it would allow transactions navigating starting from an address.
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October 13, 2018, 08:31:49 AM
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Im on the phone right now and i cannot try it properly, however it loads and show the graph just fine. It's quite cool indeed since makes clear what is going on Smiley

Do you have some specific plan or other features planned for this project? It could be nice if it would allow transactions navigating starting from an address.

Yes, I just started. There will be few view modes. I'm still experimenting how is better to explore transactions flow. I had addresses in older version. The graph view was a bit crowdy. I think most useful mode would be wallet-to-wallet where transactions will be presented as links between wallets
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October 13, 2018, 09:10:48 AM
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Just an idea, you could load somewhere on the ui a list of transactions after somebody input the address. From there then you can click on a transactions and it would visualize the graph. So you would have all the data in there ready to be interacted with.
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October 13, 2018, 09:42:53 AM
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Whoa! This is really cool stuff. I had problems getting the visualizations after inputting an address but they seemed to work after I entered a transaction ID. Which framework is used for the visualizations?

Feature request
1. Every searched address/node should be in a different color.
2. Give user provision to edit/change names of the nodes. (so they can keep a track)


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October 13, 2018, 01:57:55 PM
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Ah, nice, thanks for updating. Finally showing me something to look at, and yup looks like you're all caught up with blocks. Only thing is to save in a list individual lookups, or allow for a string of ids entered for comparison with each other.

Whoa! This is really cool stuff. I had problems getting the visualizations after inputting an address but they seemed to work after I entered a transaction ID. Which framework is used for the visualizations?

Feature request
1. Every searched address/node should be in a different color.
2. Give user provision to edit/change names of the nodes. (so they can keep a track)

Second this feature! In fact, if you could also let user assign other attributes, for example to mark known addresses of same wallet, would be nice imagery to be able to sort by the designated attributes.

Then if combined with the comparison feature I said above, could draw quick links between separate txs.

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October 14, 2018, 06:14:27 PM
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What changes to the crypto community do you plan to make?
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October 15, 2018, 12:21:04 AM
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Whoa! This is really cool stuff. I had problems getting the visualizations after inputting an address but they seemed to work after I entered a transaction ID. Which framework is used for the visualizations?

Feature request
1. Every searched address/node should be in a different color.
2. Give user provision to edit/change names of the nodes. (so they can keep a track)

Good suggestions.
I thought about adding and editing nodes and addresses' properties as well as colors too.

I'm using D3.js

Only thing is to save in a list individual lookups, or allow for a string of ids entered for comparison with each other.

Could you please explain the idea.
Thanks


Btw, I just fixed lookup by address:
 http://blockchaingraph.org/#17hSSMCZ6ngjtfqSWLdayWGfEKr6rBU9aR
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October 16, 2018, 07:56:57 AM
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Added address nodes to the graph ("Tx-Out-Addr" view mode):

https://blockchaingraph.org/#ipfs-QmVtXbWNkCo1A2AHudrK2XqmpRxur9VwNL6suXeFUT1hUF

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