Blockchain explorers are one of the most important instruments in the toolkit of any Web3 user. They help with the visualization of historical and live data about accounts, transactions and other network-related information in a user-friendly manner.
The Staking Agency team has taken the definition of an explorer to a whole new level, integrating many more functionalities within their new major iteration of eGLDScan.
For example, apart from all the regular things one would expect from an explorer, eGLDScan allows users to connect their wallet for a more comprehensive view of their account. Users can also set up email, browser and Telegram notifications for swaps above a custom value threshold, other wallet movements, staking provider updates, token prices and volume changes.
Users actively involved in trading now have Charts and Market summaries that can be used to track trading pairs of ecosystem tokens and have a quick look at the most significant changes over the last 24 hours.
ZPAY Staking is also available directly within the explorer, offering users the possibility to choose between receiving rewards upfront or locking them for a set period of time, together with a panel showcasing the staked amount, locking period and claimable rewards.
The personalized Dashboard that is available after login presents a summary of the wallet’s status and shortcuts for accessing historical data on transactions, staking, ESDTs and more. eGLDScan also allows adding multiple addresses under the same dashboard, simplifying the tracking of all associated data.
Despite the feature cluster that the platform already boasts, the Staking Agency team shows no signs of slowing down, with more trading related functions such as limit orders and DeFi primitives like lending and borrowing scheduled to follow during the next two quarters.