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December 06, 2018, 01:06:22 PM
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Anyone here developed an Bitcoin (no altcoins) explorer?

I'm trying to store all the data (360million transactions) on MongoDB using https://github.com/norestlabs/mousexplore-vcoins/ but it will need around 3 terabytes of space and I'm not sure if it is reasonable.
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December 06, 2018, 06:53:19 PM
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There are multiple blockexplorer that are open source, you could check them out. A database-free one, but I doubt it has as many features as the others. Or also BlockCypher's and Bitpay's (Insight).

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December 06, 2018, 07:04:52 PM
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I tried Bitpay (it uses something like Microsoft Access to store data), i'ts VERY slow, like 20 seconds to show one address (even on bitpay official website).

I think any database-free will be very slow. I'll give BlockCypher a try.


Edit: Just installed BlockCypher and discovered it is a front-end only source, it doesn't store anything, just make the api calls to blockypher database...
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December 11, 2018, 06:54:39 PM
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I tried Bitpay (it uses something like Microsoft Access to store data), i'ts VERY slow, like 20 seconds to show one address (even on bitpay official website).

I think any database-free will be very slow. I'll give BlockCypher a try.


Edit: Just installed BlockCypher and discovered it is a front-end only source, it doesn't store anything, just make the api calls to blockypher database...

Not sure what you mean by saying its very slow. I just tested out Insight on Bitpay's official website and its working really fine, not slow at all... Maybe its something on your end.
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