What is BscScan?
Features of BscScan
- Monitoring transaction details including transaction amount, block number, date, status, value and transaction fee.
- Viewing the latest blocks added to the blockchain.
- Keeping track of the balance of the wallets and transactions.
- Searching, reading, and interacting with smart contracts deployed to the blockchain.
- Exploring the supply of tokens and other cryptocurrencies.
How to find Yield Farms using BscScan
How to find the average gas charge with BscScan
To find the average gas charge, click [Resources], select [Chart & Stats], and then tap [Average Gas Price Chart].
A chart of the average gas price will appear that shows the gas fee paid for transactions on the BNB Chain.
BNB Chain has relatively low fees. On the BNB Chain, 1 gwei is equivalent to 10-9 or 0.0000000001 BNB. With an average gas price of about 6.5 gwei, sending 10 BNB would cost less than ten cents. In fact, sending ten or even a hundred times that amount still won’t cost you more than 20 cents.
How to find unique address count using BscScan
A blockchain has 100 unique addresses doesn’t mean it has 100 independent users because everyone have ability to generate multiple addresses. With the magic of cryptography, it will be quite difficult to find out whether those addresses belong to the same person or not.
The number of users is not as much as this indicator shows. As the result, unique address count is a rough metric that overestimate the amount of users and the development of the network.
How to find the number of daily transactions using BscScan
How to look up an validator using BscScan
Validators stake BNB to process transactions and confirm new blocks. They will ensure that BNB Chain is eligible to operate and earn transaction fees from activities on the network. Because of the entire security of the network, you have to meet the high requirements to become a validator.
How to verify smart contracts using BscScan
BscScan users can enter any contract address to verify and see if the compiled code matches the code running on this blockchain. The green tick will appear next to the contract on the toolbar as well as the [Contract Source Code Verified] notice.
Independent test and code verification enhance the overall transparency and security of the BNB Chain ecosystem. You also have capability to interact directly with smart contracts by connecting to a wallet on a browser like MetaMask or Binance Chain Wallet.
Getting a better grasp of BscScan will help you to access on-chain data and keep an eye on the progress of DeFi projects. Therefore, traders and investors can take advantages of useful information to generate yields from their holdings.