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Exploring TON.Live

by lerika

Every blockchain has its own explorer resource that contains all the information about the network. Free TON is no exception, our network explorer is ton.live.
In this article, we will speak about the main functions and information blocks of this resource.
In the drop-down lists on the left in the header, you can select the language of the site and the network, information about which you want to display.


In the central part of the site header, there is an input field where you can insert the wallet address or transaction id for tracking. By clicking on the wallet address (in our case), the user will be redirected to a page with detailed information about it.


On the right in the header, there are also drop-down lists with information about the blockchain (last blocks, messages, transactions, and zero state), contracts, and staking.


The body of the main page of the site contains all the statistical information about the network:

  • Number of blocks.
  • The average block generation time.
  • The total number of tokens and the amount in circulation.
  • The number of online wallets registered for the entire time and in the last 24 hours.
  • The number of depools and the number of stakes in them.
  • The number of validators and the sum of their stakes.
  • The annual rate of return of farming and the number of payments for it for the last 30 days.
  • The number of simple transactions in total and in the last 24 hours.

At the bottom of the page, there is information about the last generated blocks.

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