Block Explorer For Bitcoin BTC XBT


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Latest (25) Transactions

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Explore the Bitcoin BTC Blockchain Network

The Bitcoin blockchain is the world’s first blockchain and started in 2009 when the Bitcoin source code was released as open-source software.

Bitcoin transactions are verified by Bitcoin network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoin was invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. The cryptocurrency bitcoin tokens (ticker symbol BTC or XBT) are created as a reward for a process known as mining. Bitcoins BTC XBT can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services.

Discover our dedicated Block Explorer tool to search the main Bitcoin blockchain in the click of a button. Anyblock Analytics makes it fast and easy to search the Bitcoin BTC XBT network using either transaction hashes or block numbers and hashes.

Stay in the loop and monitor on-chain events with up-to-date access to the latest Bitcoin blocks and transactions. Using the Anyblock Block Explorer means accessing the Bitcoin blockchain is as simple as clicking on a block or transaction to reveal a detailed summary of all the key information.

Anyblock Bitcoin Block Explorer Features

Our Block Explorer collates all transactions of the Bitcoin blockchain. Anyblock Analytics translates all raw blockchain data into human-legible information, which for Bitcoin means that we work with the network’s data to format the correct decimal place for BTC value transfers.

If you're searching the Bitcoin BTC blockchain explorer using block hashes or block numbers, the results page will show details such as timestamp, block size, block weight etc., as well as all related BTC transactions. You can easily filter through these corresponding Bitcoin transactions by address for a fast and easy-to-use experience.

On the Bitcoin transaction details page, you’ll find all Inputs and Outputs with many details in our block explorer.