What Is KuCoin Community Chain (KCC) Scan And How Does It Work?
KccScan is the most popular blockchain explorer for the KuCoin Community Chain (KCC), which was created by the same team that created Tokenview. KccScan is the leading validator for KCC, in addition to tracking transactions, validating smart contracts, and other functions.
KccScan is essentially the same as any other blockchain explorer for whatever crypto you wish to track. You can check for wallet addresses, transactions, smart contracts, and a lot more.
How can I use KccScan to find transactions?
Using KccScan to look for a transaction is similar to using other block explorers. The results may be obtained by using the transaction ID or any wallet addresses involved in the transaction. KccScan will query the details of the transaction, including the amount, date, block number, balances, transaction fees, status, and more, once the information has been entered into the search box.
What Is The Validator Leaderboard, And How Does It Work?
The KuCoin Community Chain, unlike other proof-of-stake blockchains, requires validators to validate transactions. There are now 21 validators for this ecosystem, indicating that it is quite centralized. Furthermore, every validator has voting power, which is represented by the amount of KCS held by their node.
On the validator leaderboard, users can see when the validator began active (represented by the block header) and the latest block they verified. The scoreboard also displays how many blocks the validators have processed in the previous day, week, and month. It also indicates whether they are still connected to the network.
Tokens KRC-20 & KRC-721.
The KuCoin Community Chain ecosystem supports two token types: the native KRC-20 variant and the KRC-721 variant.
Users of KRC-20 tokens may keep track of the most popular tokens, their prices, volume, market capitalization, number of holders, and if the asset is cross-chain compatible. Interoperability is one of the difficulties that third-generation blockchains are addressing, and the ability to move value between several blockchains is gaining traction every quarter.
Several of these tokens are cross-chain compatible, therefore supporting KRC-721 makes sense. Furthermore, some projects may release half of their tokens on one blockchain and the other on a separate one.
What Is the Purpose Of Verify Contract?
Smart contracts are supported by the KuCoin Community Chain. KccScan allows users to enter any contract address to validate it and determine whether the compiled code matches the one presently executing on this blockchain. Allowing users to independently audit and check code is a helpful feature that helps to the KuCoin Community Chain ecosystem’s overall transparency.
Looking For Transactions Using Their ID Or Hash.
The Transaction Hash is a very common means of finding up transactions in KccScan. To track the status of KuCoin Community Chain transactions, this hash is a string of letters and numbers. When you enter a Transaction Hash into KccScan, you’ll get a lot of useful information, such as:
_The transaction fee is the cost of completing a transaction on the KuCoin Community Chain.
_Block height: used as a network identifier to confirm when the transaction was recorded on the blockchain by miners.
_Transaction status: Will be either pending, successful, or unsuccessful.
_ Transaction value: shown in KCS.
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