News from the ELF Coin Development team on October 31, 2022
Info about Accounts, Contracts, and Tokens is better organized
To better support ecosystem growth and cater for the various needs of users, aelf explorer had three grand upgrades in a row. This time, it released v1.2.2 where page layouts are further optimized. Accounts can be sorted by their ELF balance while contracts by the date of their last update into the top 1,000. Besides, detailed info about each account, either address or contract, is categorized by their characteristics into transactions, transfers, contract, events, history, etc. Moreover, the account balance is calculated in both ELF and real-time USD.
Below you can find out how to use these functions.
How to check account info
Select [Blockchain] at the navigation bar and click [Address] in its dropdown menu, and then go to [Top Accounts] to view the top 1,000 accounts. Users can click any account to get an overview of its info. Accounts are comprised of addresses and contracts.
Info of addresses is shown under the title [Address] and the [Overview] section presents the total address balance both in ELF and in USD. Users can also switch among [Tokens], [Transactions], and [Transfers] to view their respective info.
Info of contracts is shown under the title [Contract] and the [Overview] section presents the total contract balance both in ELF and in USD. Users can also switch among [Tokens], [Transactions], [Transfers], [Contract], [Events], and [History] to view their respective info.
For accounts not among the top 1,000, users can search their addresses or contracts in aelf explorer for details.
How to check contract info
Select [Blockchain] at the navigation bar and click [Address] in its dropdown menu, and then go to [Contracts] to view the last 1,000 contracts. Users can click any contract to get an overview of its info.
For contracts not among the last 1,000, users can search their addresses in aelf explorer for details.
How to check token info
Go to [Token] at the navigation bar to view the list of tokens (displayed in descending order of holders). Users can click any token to get an overview of its info.
Info of tokens is shown under the title [Token] and the [Overview] section presents the price, total supply, circulating supply, etc. Users can switch among [Transactions], [Holders], and [Contract] to view their respective info.
As a vital part of aelf network and the foundation for aelf ecosystem, aelf explorer enables users to keep track of all the on-chain activities, including real-time blockchain data, transaction history, and proposals. With it, developers can purchase resource tokens or deploy contracts onto aelf and ELF holders can participate in the governance of the ecosystem through node election and voting.
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