RecordsKeeper Blockchain Explorer provides you the details about what is happening inside the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.RecordsKeeper Blockchain explorer shows the latest blocks in the blockchain. Let’s take an example if a new block is discovered by miners and transactions are either in the memory pool or confirmed in the block, then the RecordsKeeper Blockchain explorer will show you the live details about the block and when the transactions are in memory pool or confirmed in the block. You can also view the specific details about the block by clicking on it. Clicking on a specific network block will provide you with more information regarding its size, fees, when it was found in the Blockchain, and more importantly, which all transactions it contains. It also provides the details like the hash of every block which is linked to the previous network blocks, all of which have a unique hash and a unique set of transactions.

The RecordsKeeper has access to 2 types of Blockchain explorer:

  1. RecordsKeeper Mainnet Blockchain Explorer (https://explorer.recordskeeper.co/)
  2. RecordsKeeper Testnet Blockchain Explorer (https://test-explorer.recordskeeper.co/)

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Explorer Home

At the homepage of the explorer you can view the following details:

  • Status of the Blockchain – This shows whether the Blockchain is running or not.
  • Blockchain Name – In our case the public Blockchain available is named RecordsKeeper.
  • Total number of Blocks confirmed in RecordsKeeper – These are the total number of Blocks found in the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.
  • The total number of transactions in RecordsKeeper – These are the total transactions in the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.
  • The total number of addresses in RecordsKeeper – These are the total number of addresses recognized in the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.
  • The total number of streams in RecordsKeeper – These are like the data objects in the RecordsKeeper on which you can store your key-value based data. The “root” stream in RecordsKeeper is open to everyone.
  • The total number of peer – This is the total number of nodes connected to the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.

After the information described above it shows the latest transactions inside the RecordsKeeper Blockchain, where you can click on the transaction id in the table to direct you to the specific transaction page. The transaction table also shows you the type of transaction (Metadata, stream etc.), transaction status (total number of confirmations for the transaction or whether it is in memory pool) and the time when the transaction was made in the RecordsKeeper Blockchain.

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Summary

You can view the RecordsKeeper Blockchain information by clicking on the chain name in the homepage. It will show the summary and the general information about the RecordsKeeper Blockchain. You can view different parameters like the difficulty of the RecordsKeeper Blockchain, version of the RecordsKeeper Blockchain and the protocol being used for the RecordsKeeper Blockchain. You will see the information page as shown below:

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Blocks Information

You can also view the blocks in the RecordsKepper Blockchain by clicking on the block numbers at the homepage of the explorer. The following page will be displayed to you:

Here you can see the basic Block details like the recent block numbers. A miner who confirmed the block, the time of confirmation and the number of transactions inside the block. You can click on the individual Block number to view the details about the specific block:

At the Block Summary page, you can see the hash of the block and how it is linked with the previous and the next block, you will also see the number of transactions and the transaction fees utilized in the block. Clicking on the Transaction link will take you to the transaction detail page.

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Streams

You can also view the streams in the RecordsKepper Blockchain by clicking on the stream numbers at the homepage of the explorer. The following page will be displayed to you:

Here you can see the stream names with the corresponding total number of items in the stream. You can also see the permissions for the respective stream. Clicking on the stream name will take you to the stream summary page:

Stream summary page gives you the detailed information about the stream, here you can also see the latest stream items published in the stream and all the publishers for the stream.

The details about the stream items can be accessed from the stream homepage by clicking on the total steam item number. The following page will be displayed:

The time is displayed in UTC and gives you the time when the item was published, you can also see the key and corresponding data to the key. The entries are displayed as the latest entry first for the stream items. On click of the specific stream item, you can view all the entries for the corresponding stream item.

As you can see in the image above the entry key has multiple data entries, which are displayed here. You can view the time of publish for the entry, data recorded, size of data and the corresponding publisher for the stream item.

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Transactions

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Explorer provides the transactions as hyperlinks on all the pages, you can click on the specific transaction id to check the details about the specific transaction. You can also click on the transaction link on the homepage to view the transaction details:

Transaction details give you all the data needed to see how the transaction got executed over the RecordsKeeper Blockchain. Following data can be seen on the transaction details page:

  • Hash of the transaction
  • Block in which transaction appeared
  • Number of inputs for the transaction
  • Number of outputs for the transaction
  • Size of the transaction
  • Input points and the Script signature for the transaction.
  • Output points and the verification Script for the transaction.

 

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Addresses

You can click on any of the addresses on the explorer to view the total balance and the permissions of the address:

RecordsKeeper Blockchain Addresses

RecordsKeeper provides the functionality of search on every page for the users to search by address, block number, hash, transaction or chain name. By providing with the correct input, you can directly see the corresponding page for the entity.

Please Note: All the entities used in this blog are present for the only demo, please do not make use of them in your applications.