The value of assets stored in DeFi has risen from $19 billion in January 2021 to $250 billion by the end of the year, following the DeFi craze that took off wildly in the blockchain industry in 2021. Many blockchain newbies are optimistic about the huge market of DeFi, and looking to learn blockchain knowledge through various channels, they also begin to participate in various DeFi applications in their digital wallets. But because they do not know how to ensure the safety of their digital currency flow, or their participation in the security of digital assets is not professional enough, making it hard for them to escape frauds in the blockchain world.
This article mainly discusses the block browser, the display of blockchain, and teaches you how to play with the current mainstream practical blockchain. We’ll divide it into four parts, block data query, transaction data monitoring, authenticator identity query of blockchain browser, guiding you to know more about blockchain step by step in an understandable way, stopping being the rookie and no more rug pull will get you. Once you learned all the knowledge, you can identify the risk of a project and promise your transaction security.
DCFS Block Browser
The battle in DeFi market is intensifying. DCFS is a public chain of computing infrastructure developed based on blockchain technology. It aims at the huge market of DeFi and DCFS is committed to connecting the upper and lower chains of the financial industry. The DCFS block browser is officially launched in 2022, bringing smooth, accurate, instant, and rich on-chain data and indicator services to DCFS ecological users. Below we use the DCFS block browser as an example, explaining the detailed usage process of block browsers.
- View DCC data
On the DCFS Block Browser home page you can view the total market value of DCC tokens on DCFS, the latest block height, the historical total number of transactions, DCC real-time price, number of validators, and the last 14 days’ DCFS transaction history.
- View block data
The DCFS Block Browser allows you to view block details, including block height, block timestamp, number of transactions in the block, validators, and more. Users can determine project risks from the data to ensure the safety of digital assets.
- View Transaction Data
The DCFS Block Browser can query the details of a validator’s transactions. Including transaction hash, status, block height, initiator, receiver, amount, etc., to ensure that the transaction content is correct.
- View the validator
The DCFS Block Browser allows you to view the block list that the validator packed and the balance of the validator’s address.
The display and query of the blockchain world in the block browser is only a way to view and compare the limited data of the world, but it is more than enough for ordinary users to identify the security and flow of transactions in smart contracts. The DCFS block browser is mainly used to provide real-time and accurate public chain data services for DCFS ecological users, ensuring the security of digital assets, and it is easy to use even for blockchain newbies.
DCFS will also hold community airdrop events from time to time to reward generous DCC airdrop. If you are interested in learning more, please pay attention to the DCFS official community.
DCFS Blockchain Browser URL: https://www.dcfsscan.io/
DCC Official Community: https://t.me/DCCchain
DCC Chinese Official Community: https://t.me/DCC_CHA666