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If there is one must-know website for Ethereum supporters and even all ERC-20 token enthusiasts, it should be Etherscan.
The main function of Etherscan is the same as any other blockchain explorer, where any transactions that happen on the Blockchain can be viewed in Etherscan. Just like Chrome/Firefox/Safari/IE, which are the browsers that allow us to browse the Internet content, Etherscan allows us to browse the Blockchain content.
In this article, you will understand how to use Etherscan to check the balance of your wallet and the status of your transactions.
The way to check your balance with Etherscan is very simple: go to the homepage of Etherscan.io, enter the address of your wallet in the space shown as below, and then click the search icon.
Then you can check the balance of your ETH wallet, even cold wallet, without providing any private key or password. It’s very convenient,
Every ETH translation has an unique TxHash (TXID), which is simply a set of transaction numbers consisting of numbers and letters, representing each ETH transaction.
For those who know a little bit about technology, you can actually try to read the contract code of some Tokens and the way to issue Tokens, which can be found in the contract code. The operation is very simple, just click View Tokens under the Tokens menu. In this example, it will be View ERC20 Transfers.
Apart from tracking transactions and smart contract query, there are many other features available on Etherscan. For example, users can look at the charts and statistics to have a better view of the Ethereum market; users can also check the data such as daily transactions, unique addresses, average block size and average gas price.
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