All About BTC, LTC, ETH mining as well as other alternative crypto currencies
Blockchain explorers are a very useful tools for any crypto currency as the allow you to follow transactions and diagnose any possible problems when you are sending some coins or should be receiving them. You can also keep track of blocks that have been solved so far and other useful statistical information such as the accounts with the most coins in them and so on. With Ethereum things have been very active since the launch of the Frontier release at the end of last month and the network transactions actually starting to work a few days later. We already have a couple of useful Ethereum blockchain explorers that might be handy for anyone mining Ether (ETH) or willing to do so in the future, or if just interested on how things are progressing with the Ethereum network. Below is a list of Ethereum blockchain explorers that you might want to try out and see which one works best for you and has all of the information that you may need from such a service:
We are using most of the time the Etherchain blockchain explorer, however the others do have some interesting features as well that might be useful at times, so we do recommend checking them all as we’ll probably see more similar services becoming available as well.