Introducing Everscale Explorer

What is Everscale Blockchain?

Everscale is blockchain design that proposes a scalable decentralized

world computer, paired with a distributed operating system — Ever OS, which is capable of processing millions of transactions per second, with Turing-complete

smart contracts and decentralized user interfaces.

The foundation of Ever OS is the End-to-End Decentralization Framework (E2ED) also referred to as “Web Free” instead of Web3.

Everscale smart contracts can be written in C, C++, and Solidity and have almost automated formal verification through a framework developed by Everscale community members.

Additionally, the Everscale platform utilizes dynamic multithreading and sharding technology through the Ever OS Kernel, allowing for parallel execution of smart contracts by subgroups of the validator set that share the same data. This technology allows for scalability, allowing for the addition of new nodes and shards to handle high loads, a feature that is not currently offered by other blockchain platforms.

Introducing the Everscale Explorer

Bitquery’s explorer for the Everscale blockchain is now available and can be used to access information about the Everscale network. This means that users can now use the explorer to view and query data about the transactions and other activity on the Everscale blockchain, track the flow of Everscale coin, view the current state of the network and view historical data and charts to visualize network activity. In addition, the explorer could be a powerful tool for developers and researchers who are looking to gain insight into the workings of the Everscale blockchain and how it is being used.

Get block-level and shard level details:

Everscale uses sharding where the database of transactions is divided into smaller, manageable pieces called “shards.” Each shard contains a subset of the total data and transactions on the network.

A “sharded block” refers to a block of transactions on a sharded blockchain. Each block contains a set of transactions that are associated with a specific shard. The block will have its own hash (a unique cryptographic identifier) and a height (the number of blocks in the chain after it) which is specific to that block.

Transaction details:

With Bitquery, you can query the latest transactions and have the details exhaustively.

Smart Contract details:

The explorer provides a view of the latest smart contract calls that have been made on the Everscale blockchain, this allows users to see the most recent interactions with smart contracts on the network.

Using the built-in GraphQL IDE, you can go in depth and get the details about the call through the Events method. Smart contract events are a way for smart contracts to emit data that can be recorded on the blockchain, and they can be used to track specific actions or states within a smart contract.

Messages:

A blockchain-based messaging system utilizes the decentralized and secure nature of blockchain technology to ensure that messages are transmitted and stored in a way that is protected from tampering and unauthorized access.The Bitquery’s everscale explorer also provides a way to view the latest messages and their associated transaction and message hashes, allowing for easy tracking and verification of the messages on the blockchain.

When you click on the message hash, you can view additional information about the message, such as the Master Block Height, Tx Type, and Tx Original Status.

Money Flow

The Bitquery explorer for the Everscale blockchain would likely allow users to view the transaction history and money flow for a specific address on the Everscale network. This would include all the transactions that involve the specified address, such as the amount of Everscale coin that was sent or received by the address and the addresses of the parties involved in the transaction. It could also show the transaction input and output value, and the associated block where the transaction included. This information can be useful for understanding the usage and movement of Everscale coin on the network and can be used to track the flow of funds and identify patterns of activity.