The developer of bitcoin and blockchain solutions company Blockstream has carried out the public launch of Explorer units for network bitcoin and sidechained Liquid.

We’re excited to announce our new block explorer:! Search & view data on the #Bitcoin #blockchain & #LiquidNetwork. Scripts No analytics, no tracking. Native support for SegWit, bech32, Tor Onion, & other modern #BTC features. β›“ this🌊

β€” Blockstream (@Blockstream) November 6, 2018

Initially, the developers planned to make the tool only for Liquid, but then decided to implement the decision and the network of bitcoin, adding native support for the Protocol and SegWit format addresses bech32. It is noteworthy that the browser blocks supports and testnet bitcoin.

At the same time, the tool is compatible with Confidential Transactions in Liquid, and also allows you to track the bitcoin addresses associated with transactions in the sidechained.

Add that to enhance the privacy of the users, the developers have added support for Tor.

In addition, Blockstream introduced the client to run full nodes in the network Liquid. The holders of such a node will produce its own assets [Assets Issued], to send/receive them and share Liquid BTC (L-TBC).

We are excited to announce the release of the Liquid full node binaries & source code! Now any user can join the #P2P #LiquidNetwork by operating a full node, in order to trustlessly use the #sidechain just like with the #Bitcoin #blockchain. β›“ thisπŸŒŠπŸ”πŸ’Ž

β€” Blockstream (@Blockstream) November 6, 2018

Recall that Blockstream announced the launch of Explorer units in the beginning of August, and the release of the Liquid sidechained took place on 10 October.

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