Avascan blog


Jan 15th, 2021

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Full documentation in progress

As we tweeted yesterday, we now have implemented most of the core features to browse the Avalanche network, so it’s time to build some proper documentation to help users and developers take the best out of Avascan as the first explorer of choice for Avalanche.

We began with writing the introduction and publishing the documentation about the blockchains. This documentation will not only include description of the features, but (for the most ambiguous ones) will also describe the reasons we decided to put them that way.

The documentation will never be final, because the development never is, but we expect to have a comprehensive set of docs in a by March 2021. Every doc will also be updated with information about new features, of course.

This week in Avalanche

  • AvalancheGo v1.1.2 released - patch includes bug fixes and performance improvements
  • Learn about the upcoming Avalanche-Ethereum Bridge by watching this presentation by Leart Ulaj at ETHCON Korea
    Read more on This Week in Avalanche, Jan 8, 2021

This week in Avascan

We have now mapped just shy of 300 validators both with the Validator Claim Program and our forensics work on-chain!

Want to claim your validator? Click here.

What’s new on Avascan

Explore the Road

  • We are now beginning to implement the first new set of tweaks to C-Chain views after the release late last year;
  • We are also planning the development of the P-Chain indexer, the last major step that will let us complete all aspects of address indexing and let users get every kind of data from the Avalanche network.

We want to hear your feedback: head to our Changemap page to request new features or report bugs, and start a conversation in the #feedback channel in our Discord server or in the Telegram community.

Thank you for reading, see you next week!