Check out CoinMarketCap’s blockchain explorer for the latest info on top cryptocurrencies, featuring Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Binance Coin explorers.
CMC’s block explorer sources the data directly from the featured blockchains and presents it in a simple and straightforward way, allowing you to see how your cryptocurrency of choice is performing at a glance. You can check the latest price, market capitalization, circulating supply, blockchain transactions, block height, hashrates and more.
The blockchain explorer’s main page is built in a way to present the latest, most relevant data without the need for any extra steps. Our block explorer sources the latest blockchain ledger data, such as transactions, block height and the number of transactions per second. In addition, it provides market data, including the cryptocurrency’s price and market cap. It’s the perfect place if you need to quickly assess how a digital asset’s blockchain is performing overall.
If you’re looking for something in particular, however, the main search bar is neatly located in the center of the screen. Just pick the cryptocurrency you’re interested in from a drop-down menu and enter your search query — CMC’s block explorer will be able to contextually determine what you are looking for, whether it is a particular block or transaction, wallet address or an Ethereum Name Service entity.
Users can further expand any of the featured coins to get a detailed view of their most recent blocks, allowing them to see the volume and number of transactions included in each block, when it was mined and by whom, and even check the transactions included in it.
By clicking on each individual transaction hash, you will open that transaction’s own page, which lists useful info about it. You can see the sending and the receiving addresses, and whether the transaction has been confirmed by the network already, as well as how many confirmations it has.
Because CMC’s block explorer was designed with ease of use in mind, the blockchain search bar is still available even in this expanded view so that you can start at any particular page and look up whatever you need to.
Check Bitcoin transactions, block height, network difficulty and more at CoinMarketCap’s Bitcoin blockchain explorer.
Bitcoin is the original cryptocurrency and has remained the largest, most important coin on the market since its inception. With a circulating supply capped at 21 million, even small daily changes in price can produce massive shifts ranging in the hundreds of millions of dollars in Bitcoin’s market capitalization, sending ripples across the crypto market as a whole.
Given this incredible prominence, every seemingly insignificant event that happens on Bitcoin’s blockchain can have far-reaching consequences for every crypto enthusiast — regardless of whether they hold BTC or not. CoinMarketCap’s BTC blockchain explorer allows you to stay on top of what’s happening on the Bitcoin ledger.
When you open our BTC Blockchain Explorer page, you will immediately see a visual representation of the most recently mined Bitcoin blocks in the form of a regularly updated bar chart, with each bar’s height representing how many transactions went into each particular block. This allows you to easily assess the current level of network activity without having to bring up any additional menus.
Further down the page, you will be able to check both blockchain and market data for Bitcoin, the former sourced from the cryptocurrency’s ledger itself, and the latter from CoinMarketCap’s main platform. On the blockchain data side, you can find multiple indicators of the Bitcoin blockchain’s performance as well as market data that allows you to see how BTC is doing market-wise, without having to leave the blockchain explorer and go to CoinMarketCap’s main page.
Another useful feature of CMC’s Bitcoin block explorer is the ability to search for specific transactions. Considering Bitcoin’s relatively long block times — ten minutes on average — and the fact that most cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges consider transactions secure enough only after they get six confirmations, it may take up to an hour for a transaction to become widely accepted by market participants as valid.
If you have sent a BTC transaction or are waiting to receive one, you can use our blockchain search engine to look it up by either entering its hash ID or checking your Bitcoin wallet address, which can also be found with CMC’s explorer. You will then be able to see the latest data on whether it has been confirmed, as well as how many confirmations it has.
Access all key Ethereum blockchain data points in one easy-to-use interface at CoinMarketCap Ethereum blockchain explorer.
Ethereum has been the second most popular cryptocurrency after Bitcoin for most of its history, and for a good reason. It was conceived by a Russian-Canadian programmer Vitalik Buterin and launched in 2015 with the goal of becoming a global decentralized smart contract ecosystem. It has become the most popular platform for smart-contract-based decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs), decentralized applications (DApps) and cryptocurrency tokens built with its ERC-20 compatibility standard.
Around 50 tokens built on top of Ethereum’s blockchain are ranked firmly in the top 100 of all cryptocurrencies by market cap, and the total combined market capitalization of these ERC-20 tokens exceeds half of ETH’s own capitalization. This explains Ethereum blockchain’s unique position: a significant part of the crypto market is directly dependent on whatever takes place on ETH’s ledger.
Combined with Ethereum’s fast block time — 13 seconds on average, as opposed to Bitcoin’s ten minutes — this means that a lot happens on ETH’s blockchain, and everyone who wants to keep track of the crypto market’s dynamic as a whole has to keep an eye on Ethereum. CoinMarketCap’s ETH block explorer can provide you with just that — a simple-to-read, yet detailed overview of the most popular altcoin’s blockchain.
Similar to the Bitcoin block explorer, when entering CMC’s Ether explorer you will be greeted with a visual representation of the most recent Ethereum blocks and the number of transactions they contain. Below that chart are key blockchain and market metrics for ETH, such as price and daily trading volume, as well as dominance percentage — Ethereum’s share of total crypto market capitalization.
By scrolling downward, you can find a table that provides more information about the most recently mined ETH blocks. Here, you can find the volume of transactions contained in each block, listed in both ETH and the USD equivalent at the latest price, the Ethereum address belonging to the person or organization that has mined that particular block, the block’s hash ID, the number of transactions included in the block and the precise time when it was mined.
Uniquely for Ethereum, which uses something called “gas” as fuel to process transactions (measured in a unit called “gwei,” or one-billionth of ETH), our block explorer allows you to see the gas limit and actual gas spent on every transaction.
See how Litecoin’s digital ledger is performing with CoinMarketCap Litecoin blockchain explorer:blockchain and market data, transactions, wallet addresses and more.
Litecoin is one of the earliest and most popular altcoins — aka, one of the cryptocurrencies that was launched after Bitcoin. It was initially designed as a Bitcoin spinoff with most of the codebase taken directly from the original cryptocurrency and only slight changes introduced. Litecoin launched with a faster block time of two and a half minutes (against Bitcoin’s ten), a different hashing algorithm (scrypt instead of SHA-256) and a quadrupled maximum supply of 84,000,000 coins.
However, over the years, Litecoin has stopped being a mere clone of Bitcoin and come into its own as one of the most innovative altcoins, gaining a lot of deserved attention in the process. In fact, Litecoin implemented the Lightning Network protocol at the same time as Bitcoin, and activated Segregated Witness (SegWit) ahead of the latter — both are key technologies for making the respective cryptocurrencies more scalable for a global user base.
Check CoinMarketCap’s LTC block explorer for the latest, most accurate blockchain data for this dynamic and innovative cryptocurrency.
As soon as you enter our Litecoin block explorer, you will be presented with a high-level overview of the coin’s blockchain data.
These include the current Litecoin block height — the overall number of blocks that have been mined on the network at the moment; transactions per second — the average number of transactions processed by the Litecoin network every second over the last 24 hours; the current hashrate, which is a useful metric of the combined computational power of the entire network; the total number of transactions that have been processed by the network since its inception; the number of pending transactions that still have to be processed; and, finally, the current network difficulty — an indication of how hard it is to mine a new block.
In addition to blockchain data, you can see Litecoin’s market data, sourced from CoinMarketCap’s main platform. Here, you will find LTC’s current price and circulating supply, as well as its market capitalization, which is calculated by multiplying the former two metrics. Litecoin’s daily trading volume and current ranking among all cryptocurrencies by market capitalization are also displayed here.
Below blockchain and market data, you will be able to find an overview of the latest LTC blocks, which lists when they were mined and who mined them, as well as the volume and number of transactions included in each block.
See the latest BNB transactions, circulating supply, block height and other blockchain data at CoinMarketCap’s Binance Coin blockchain explorer.
Binance Coin (BNB) started as an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token that was launched in July 2017 by Binance, one of the largest exchanges on the crypto market by daily trading volume. Its original and main purpose was to become Binance’s native token that could be used to pay for trading and withdrawal fees on the exchange. Since then, it has moved to its own blockchain, called Binance Chain.
As of 2020, BNB is one of the top ten cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, owing to the immense popularity of its parent exchange, as well as to a multitude of other use cases that have been enabled for the coin over the recent years. Now, BNB can be used to pay for goods and services via various point-of-sale solutions or via a crypto credit card; it can also be daytraded at multiple cryptocurrency exchanges.
Binance Coin is currently one of the largest, most popular native crypto exchange tokens, and CoinMarketCap’s BNB block explorer is the best place to get the latest, most accurate data on its blockchain.
As with other blockchain explorers at CoinMarketCap, the BNB Explorer allows you to view the most relevant blockchain data for Binance Coin. It provides both the big picture overview of the entire ecosystem, as well as the option to access more in-depth data for its individual parts.
At the top of the BNB Explorer, users can see a chart representing the most recent blocks on the Binance Coin network. The main blockchain and market figures for BNB are listed below the chart: block height, price, market cap, daily trading volume and more.
Binance has committed to spending 20% of its profits every quarter on buying Binance Coins from the market and destroying them until only 100 million are left in circulation — this is done to combat the potential decrease in value of the tokens over the long-term. This is why the circulating supply of BNB coins — a key metric for every BNB holder — is readily available to the users of our explorer.