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Musicoin Block Explorer

A blockchain explorer built with Node.js and Parity. It does not require an external database and retrieves all information on the fly from a backend Parity node.

Current Features

  • Browse blocks, transactions, accounts and contracts.
  • View pending transactions.
  • Display contract internal calls (call, create, suicide).
  • Upload & verify contract sources.
  • Show Solidity function calls & parameters (for contracts with available source code).
  • Display the current state of verified contracts.
  • Named accounts.
  • Advanced transaction tracing (VM Traces & State Diff).
  • View failed transactions.
  • Live Backend Node status display.
  • Submit signed Transactions to the Network.
  • Support for all Bootswatch skins.
  • Accounts enumeration.
  • Signature verification.
  • Supports IPC and HTTP backend connections.
  • Responsive layout.

Getting started

Supported environment:

  • Windows 7 and newer. Ubuntu 16.x.
  • Parity 1.8.x
  • Node.js 8

Run your local node

  1. Install the Parity node. You might need to install VS 2015 x64 redistributable from Microsoft
  2. Install Node.js
  3. For Windows, start parity using the following options: parity --chain musicoin --tracing=on --fat-db=on --pruning=archive --ipcpath=\\.\pipe\musicoin.ipc
    For Ubuntu, use: parity --chain musicoin --tracing=on --fat-db=on --pruning=archive
  4. Clone this repository to your local machine: git clone --recursive (Make sure to include --recursive in order to fetch the solc-bin git submodule).
  5. Install all dependencies: npm install
  6. Adjust config.js if necessary. For Ubuntu, set:
    this.ipcPath = process.env["HOME"] + "/.local/share/io.parity.ethereum/jsonrpc.ipc";
  7. Start the block explorer: npm start
  8. Browse to http://localhost:3000



Web Site

The ssl branch is the one currently running at