Launches New Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Block Explorer Launches New Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Block Explorer

BCH blockchain

Based on a recent report, now offers a new tool which allows users to browse for transaction hashes, blocks, and address on the BCH blockchain. With the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block explorer, people can now peer into the inner workings of their virtual currency.

A New Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block explorer

For the benefit of persons who are not familiar with the idea, the company explained that they should see the software as a search tool for the blockchain.
The software allows people to browse for detailed information on particular BCH blocks, check a wallet address’s balance, view real-time network transactions, monitor, and to check whether a transaction has confirmed.

The team at the exchange released a statement which says that:
“As more cryptocurrencies develop and grow, providing direct access and insight across networks is crucial. Blockchain Explorer is the most trusted source for blockchain data. Our focus has always been on providing the most up to date and accurate information available,” “Today, we’re excited to introduce Bitcoin Cash to the existing lineup of supported cryptocurrencies on our Explorer. You can now search for BTC/ETH/BCH transaction hashes, blocks and addresses in a single search bar.”

Before the launch of the new explorer, used to support 2 tools – Bitcoin Core (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). This makes the BCH tool the third block explorer. However, the team revealed that it has received more questions about BCH recently compared to other Crypto assets being supported by the Blockchain Wallet.

Blockchain Primers

Also, just last month, the exchange launched a new tool called ‘Blockchain Primers’ whose services include the provision of a detailed overview of each Crypto asset and this includes analysis, latest market data, and it’s background.

According to a report which was released using Blockchain Primers which was an introduction to BCH, BCH has more leverage over BTC due to its lower average transaction fee, additional smart contract functionality, and greater maximum on chain transaction capacity.