Ethplorer 2.0 Makes Ethereum Accessible with Tokens, Widgets and an API

The Ethplorer team believes new features will make Ethereum more adaptable and spur more interest in Dapps.

Ethplorer is a venture focused on making the Ethereum blockchain approvable for mainstream business and individual users. The newly released Ethplorer version 2.0 boasts major updates which the developers based on user feedback that’s been collected since the original launch a few months ago.

Some of the most interesting new features include: top 50 most active tokens; latest transfers; custom widgets for transactions activity; an API for developers to obtain tokens data, create wallets, design custom widgets for transactions and data filters; and a counter for incoming and outgoing transaction amounts per period, both for custom tokens and ETH.

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A new export feature also allows filtering and extracting blockchain data per a specific address. Ethplorer developers are confident that this feature will help with account reconciliation and audit reports once tokens are used to represent fiat currencies and financial assets. This way Ethplorer will be used as a source of export into different accounting software applications.

Alexandr Rugaev

Chronobank CMO Alexandr Rugaev said: “We liked the Ethplorer from the beginning, because of their non-geek interface. Our users now can see all necessary data in simple and clear format. This makes it easier for users and efficient for us, as we spend less time and resourced for support and writing help subjects of how to view and understand our token data in Ethereum blockchain.”

The Ethplorer team supports and develops the inclusion of more data into Ethereum blockchain transaction protocol. They believe that the new features will make Ethereum more adaptable to day to day business cases, and spur more interest from already launched and coming Dapps.

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