Minterscan is a dynamically developing large-scale project, which includes services that allow you to analyze the work of Minter blockchain. Minterscan platform has a user-friendly interface with the original design, as well as a function of changing the language, which presents 6 language directions. Each user, regardless of location, has the ability to view and examine any wallet created on the block Minter. On the platform there are the functions, which we will now tell you about.
Originally, the basis and only part of the Minterscan project was Explorer Minterscan. Over time, however, the team has developed new services and mastered new areas of activity. It is noteworthy that the project team is professionals in its field, as well as one of the first participants in the Minterscan project.
The main page of the Minterscan platform contains information on the work of the Minter Blockchain, and these are the blocks that perform the consolidation of information into a special structure. It is from blocks, like a chain of links, that the blockman himself is assembled. Any block has an ordinal number called the height of the block. There is also a date of creation, a unique hash, which is a data imprint created by certain algorithms, and a hash of the previous block. There is also a list of transactions, which is a logically complete data exchange operation that either produces a successful result or is completely canceled.
As an example we will consider the address of the verified Minter wallet. First, we need to enter the address in the corresponding field, and then we get to the page where all interactions with the wallet, i.e. transactions, are displayed. Selecting the delegation window, you can see the coins that were sent to delegation from this wallet, as well as the validator, where the presented coins are delegated. In the awards section you can see the total amount of revards for each day that passed. The coins tab will display the created coins, if any, of the wallet in question.
Consider the Explorer tab.
Let's take a look at the Explorer tab. Explorer Minterscan is a set of services that allow you to get the latest information about the work of the Minter Blockchain. Here you can always find the main performance indicators of the blockcheck, as well as detailed information on blocks, transactions and delegates.
The next tab, Profiles, shows all confirmed and unconfirmed user addresses in Minterscan. Here you can find and view the addresses of users and projects created on the Minterscan blockchain.
The next tab is created for voting by network users for this or that project, which requires public opinion. To send a vote, a transaction is made, i.e. transfer from your wallet to the specified voting address, where each vote is counted and displayed in the overall rating.
The Validators tab contains information on all working Minter network wizards. Here you can find a node suitable for delegation or study a separate master node of your interest in detail. To select a validator, see the video guide on how to select a validator. We will leave the link to the instruction under the video.
In the next step, we will look at the ZEN tab. Zen validator was launched by Minterscan team on July 15, 2019, with support of Minter team and only 1 validator. The Zen commission for all delegates is 3%. At the time of publication of the video instruction, ZEN Validator is ranked 14th in Explorer Minterscan's ranking of validators, indicating good communication with delegates as well as a high degree of trust on their part.
Tab exchange services.
In the Exchange Services tab, you can choose the exchanger that suits you best for your transaction with a particular currency.
The Services tab offers several functions of the Minterscan platform. Here you can use the calculator to calculate your roubles by specifying in the corresponding field a coin, estimated number and percentage of the noda commission. After that you will be able to calculate the number of revards per minute, hour and day.