During the past few years, Ethereum has asserted itself as the dominant blockchain and DLT platform.
This isn’t just in terms of the public Ethereum network, but also with respect to public and private permissioned blockchain networks.
Chainlens Blockchain Explorer Dashboard
We’ve also seen the Ethereum network and many other public blockchain networks emerge that are Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible in order to take advantage of Ethereum’s smart contract capabilities and leading development community.
Hence we see the EVM supported in Polkadot, Avalanche, Hedera and many others (even Solana support is coming soon).
With the EVM providing this common base layer for many of the world's blockchain networks, it's crucial for companies building on them that they have access to reliable data and analytics for these networks, especially if they are launching their own permissioned blockchain networks using Ethereum.
Chainlens is an Ethereum SaaS blockchain explorer with a bunch of additional functionality required to seamlessly integrate with on-chain applications.
Further dashboard metrics
It provides views of:
Tokens (ERC-20, ERC-721, ERC-1155)
The token view in Chainlens
It also provides:
Summary metrics for the network over different time periods
An OpenAPI backend to build custom integrations
Support for internal transactions
Smart contract management via browser-based wallets such as Metamask
Verified smart contract source code upload
Finally, it also integrates with business intelligence (BI) platforms such as Microsoft’s PowerBI, Tableau and Metabase, providing custom metrics for networks to track things such as user engagement and other on-chain activity.
Chainlens BI via Metabase
Chainlens is available as a SaaS product for Ethereum-compatible blockchains built using Ethereum clients such as Geth, Quorum and Hyperledger Besu, but also other blockchains including Polkadot (via the EVM Substrate Pallet) and Avalanche. VMWare Blockchain support is also going to be available in the next month or so.
Its pricing is based on transaction volumes, and it can be customised and deployed under a customer's own domain if required. It does support on-prem deployment too, but you’ll need to contact us about your specific requirements.