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Jade Explorer

A block explorer for EVM-based blockchains.

Jade Explorer is a minimal block explorer that uses Jade Service Runner for managing background services (Multi-Geth), OpenRPC for underlying functionality, and Pristine. It does not use a database, and be configured to point at any remote RPC node for any EVM-based network. The goal of Jade Explorer is to provide a resource for network information and block exploration.

Explorer Features:

  • Display chain id
  • Syncing status
  • Runtime configuration for endpoints
  • Search by Block, Transaction, Address
  • Charts for hash, transaction count, gas used, uncles
  • Preview latest blocks

jade-block-explorer-light jade-block-explorer



  • at least node v10.15.3
  • at least npm v6.4.1

Clone the repository and install project dependencies.

git clone && cd jade-explorer && npm install


npm run service-runner

Jade Service Runner will run at http://localhost:8002/.

Start the explorer.

npm start

The explorer will run at http://localhost:3000/ which should display multi-geth's status, and make sure multi-geth is running.

Notes on Multi-Geth & Service Runner

By default, multi-geth service will run ETC mainnet. Jade Service runner conveniently contains the service in the /.services/ directory of project.

# ./services/
└── multi-geth
    └── 1.9.0
        └── multi-geth
            └── 1.9.0
                └── classic
                    β”œβ”€β”€ geth
                    β”‚Β Β  β”œβ”€β”€ chaindata
                    β”‚Β Β  β”œβ”€β”€ ethash
                    β”‚Β Β  └── nodes
                    └── keystore



How to contribute, build and release are outlined in, and respectively. Commits in this repository follow the specification.

This repo originally forked from ETCDEVTeam/emerald-explorer.

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