Block Explorer For Ethereum EWF Volta
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|Timestamp||2020-10-18 12:12:20 UTC|
|Block Size (Bytes)||564|
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Explore the Ethereum EWF Volta Blockchain Network
The Energy Web Foundation (EWF) has launched the world’s first public, open-source, enterprise-grade blockchain tailored to the energy sector.
Ethereum EWF Volta is a testnet designed to help energy companies with regulatory disputes and operational efficiency. The Volta testnet is supported by Parity and uses an authority round (AuRa) consensus mechanism with the likes of Shell, Elia and LO3 as validators.
Native energy web tokens through EWF are cheap with fast block times. They can be purchased via Liquid. Notable use cases include CO2 certificate trade, smart grids and metering.
Block Explorer by Anyblock Analytics lets you search the Ethereum EWF Volta network by transaction hash, blockchain address, block number, block hash or log identifier. Get up-to-date information about the latest Ethereum EWF Volta blocks, review the up-to-date transactions and review historical data in the click of a button.
Simply click on a block or blockchain transaction to reveal a detailed summary in the Block Explorer.
Anyblock Block Explorer Features
Our Block Explorer collates all internal transactions on Ethereum EWF Volta. We work with the network’s data to format the correct decimal place values for token transfers along with accurate token icons and metadata.
Anyblock Analytics translates all raw blockchain data into human-legible information that can be presented with a probability value between 0.1 and 1.0. A probability of 1.0 represents an exact match.
If you're searching the Ethereum EWF Volta explorer using smart contract addresses, the results page will show the source code and contract ABI if this information is available. You can easily filter through corresponding transactions and smart contract logs for fast and easy-to-use experiences.
Any address will show its balance in the native currency of the blockchain network.