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May 16, 2014, 03:29:51 PM
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Hi everyone!

I'm happy to announce the launch of the first web-based blockchain explorer for Monero:

It lets you look up any block or transaction ever made.

For now it's quite simple and it does just the basics, but I'll be adding more features soon.

If you spot a bug, think of a possible improvement or an idea for a new feature, please let me know your thoughts! I'm open to suggestions and requests.

Regards.
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May 16, 2014, 04:06:57 PM
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Hi everyone!

I'm happy to announce the launch of the first web-based blockchain explorer for Monero:

It lets you look up any block or transaction ever made.

For now it's quite simple and it does just the basics, but I'll be adding more features soon.

If you spot a bug, think of a possible improvement or an idea for a new feature, please let me know your thoughts! I'm open to suggestions and requests.

Regards.


1 BTC equals how many Monero ?
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May 16, 2014, 04:19:43 PM
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1 BTC equals how many Monero ?

Right now around 850M. You can check actual price here: https://cryptonote.exchange.to/

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1 BTC equals how many Monero ?

Right now around 850M. You can check actual price here: https://cryptonote.exchange.to/

Do u mean 850 MoneroCoin can be used to buy 1 BTC ?
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May 16, 2014, 04:41:43 PM
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Right now 1000 MRO = 1 BTC... or around that range.

Also, great site!

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May 16, 2014, 04:41:55 PM
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Great! I will send a donation! :-)

Edit: if you post an address ;-)

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May 16, 2014, 05:16:03 PM
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Very cool.

A graph of difficulty over time would be sort of neat.

Please also consider some explanatory language or a short FAQ explaining what no Monero block explorer could ever do because of the ring signature architecture of the currency.  This highlights the privacy/anonymity features of Monero.  

Interacting with a explorer like this -- especially compared to the current, somewhat clunky command line daemon and wallet -- really presents a "teachable moment" about the core differences between Monero and all the coins that have come before.  The average user, new to Monero, will want to try something like inputting their public address to see their balance.  But they can't (right?), because it doesn't work like that!  A short FAQ about what can and cannot be divined from the Monero blockchain helps to educate newcomers that what they are seeing is not a shortfall of your explorer, but rather a feature set of this coin.

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May 16, 2014, 05:26:33 PM
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Great! I will send a donation! :-)

Edit: if you post an address ;-)

I've added an "about" section where you can find the address for donations: http://monerochain.info/about

Very cool.

A graph of difficulty over time would be sort of neat.

Please also consider some explanatory language or a short FAQ explaining what no Monero block explorer could ever do because of the ring signature architecture of the currency.  This highlights the privacy/anonymity features of Monero.  

Interacting with a explorer like this -- especially compared to the current, somewhat clunky command line daemon and wallet -- really presents a "teachable moment" about the core differences between Monero and all the coins that have come before.  The average user, new to Monero, will want to try something like inputting their public address to see their balance.  But they can't (right?), because it doesn't work like that!  A short FAQ about what can and cannot be divined from the Monero blockchain helps to educate newcomers that what they are seeing is not a shortfall of your explorer, but rather a feature set of this coin.


Very good point, that would definitely help the new users understand the workings of Monero.

Difficulty over time graph coming out soon Smiley


Thanks for your comments!
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May 16, 2014, 05:47:14 PM
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Very good point, that would definitely help the new users understand the workings of Monero.


Yeah, and not just new users.  I'm still trying to get my head around how Monero works and I'm looking forward to seeing just what a blockchain explorer can, and cannot, do.  What is the most that can be gleamed about a transaction when <mixin_count> is 0 vs greater than 0?  Can you track <payment_id> ?   etc.  

The original post announcing Monero lists the following as some of its key features:

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Untraceable payments
Unlinkable transactions
[...]
Blockchain analysis resistance
[...]

Your tool can help a wider population understand how elegantly this is true.

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May 16, 2014, 05:59:08 PM
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Total coins in circulation might be a useful stat.  People are always throwing around estimates, but you can calculate the exact sum.


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Top wallets would be great if it is possible Smiley Great effort here. Thanks.


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May 17, 2014, 03:19:23 PM
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Very good point, that would definitely help the new users understand the workings of Monero.


Yeah, and not just new users.  I'm still trying to get my head around how Monero works and I'm looking forward to seeing just what a blockchain explorer can, and cannot, do.  What is the most that can be gleamed about a transaction when <mixin_count> is 0 vs greater than 0?  Can you track <payment_id> ?   etc.  

The original post announcing Monero lists the following as some of its key features:

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Untraceable payments
Unlinkable transactions
[...]
Blockchain analysis resistance
[...]

Your tool can help a wider population understand how elegantly this is true.


I'm also not very familiar with the inner workings of Monero. I'm able to extract from the blockchain some more attributes than the ones currently displayed on the website, such as the payment_id present on some transactions, but I don't know the meaning of most of them.
One of my next steps in my todo list is reading the cryptonote paper, so I can understand the protocol better and display the data in a more meaningful way or derive new useful data, to the extend possible.

Total coins in circulation might be a useful stat.  People are always throwing around estimates, but you can calculate the exact sum.



Done! I've added a bunch of charts, including the one you requested: http://monerochain.info/charts

Top wallets would be great if it is possible Smiley Great effort here. Thanks.

Unfortunately (or not), I don't think this is possible. As Kyune pointed out, one of the main points that make Monero different than most of other alt coins are its anonymity features based on ring signatures, which make it unfeasible to extract meaningful info regarding individual wallets.
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May 19, 2014, 05:52:27 AM
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Hi, can you have the cryptonote exchange post TXID next to withdrawals?
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May 19, 2014, 02:00:20 PM
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Hi, can you have the cryptonote exchange post TXID next to withdrawals?

It's absolutely fine if cryptonote exchange or anyone else wants to place a link to monerochain.info/tx/TXID. If you want them to put such link you should ask them. Is this what you're asking, or something else?

Everyone should feel free to link monerochain.info if they want to, no need to ask for permission.
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May 19, 2014, 04:25:49 PM
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Total coins in circulation might be a useful stat.  People are always throwing around estimates, but you can calculate the exact sum.

Here you go. The exact up to the minute circulation:

http://monerochain.info/stats

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May 19, 2014, 04:27:35 PM
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Total coins in circulation might be a useful stat.

LoL Smiley

That should really read "Total Coins NOT in Circulation".

You can now no longer get a decent amount of monero for love nor money unless you want to pay 1,300,000 Sats for them.

EDIT: (Had to add an extra zero on there)
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May 22, 2014, 03:48:52 AM
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Hi everyone!

I'm happy to announce the launch of the first web-based blockchain explorer for Monero:

It lets you look up any block or transaction ever made.

For now it's quite simple and it does just the basics, but I'll be adding more features soon.

If you spot a bug, think of a possible improvement or an idea for a new feature, please let me know your thoughts! I'm open to suggestions and requests.

Regards.


I would like to get one made for GlobalBoostCoin.  We would like to host it on our own server.  Please PM.  I have pm'd you as well.

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May 26, 2014, 08:32:58 AM
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It would be really great if the API could output the average Blockreward for the last 24 Hours.
I need that value for the Monero IRC Bot.

Please implement  Grin
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I'm also not very familiar with the inner workings of Monero. I'm able to extract from the blockchain some more attributes than the ones currently displayed on the website, such as the payment_id present on some transactions, but I don't know the meaning of most of them.
One of my next steps in my todo list is reading the cryptonote paper, so I can understand the protocol better and display the data in a more meaningful way or derive new useful data, to the extend possible.


Since you are able to extract it, adding search functionality for the payment_id field would be immensely helpful.  Given the anonymous nature of Monero, payment_id's are basically the means by which the payer can prove to the buyer that the payment was actually sent over the network -- but to do so, they need to be able point to a neutral third party source (the block explorer) as proof.


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