Chaineye Overview

What is Chaineye?

Chaineye is a suite of free and open-source analytical tools designed to empower retail investors and users within the Web3 space. It offers a range of features and functionalities to help users monitor blockchain transactions, track addresses, analyze network activity, visualize data trends, and transfer assets across blockchains. It provides customizable alerts and notifications to keep users informed about important events or changes on the blockchain. Being open-source allows the community to contribute to the platform's development and improve its functionalities over time.

Main Features
Free and open-source Web3 analytical tools
Transparency in Development
On-chain data exploration
Wallet tracking for airdrops and history of transactions
Multichain support

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Frequently asked questions

Chaineye equips Web3 users with free, open-source analytical tools for exploring on-chain data across multiple blockchains, offering cross-chain bridge, DeFi analytics, a gas fee comparison tool, an airdrop checker tool, rpc list, and more all with a focus on transparency and informed decision-making.

The routes are initially arranged based on the total cross-chain cost, starting from the lowest to the highest. Alternatively, you can access the drop-down menu located at the top-right corner of the route results. From there, you have the option to choose "Fastest" to sort the routes based on the least time spent across the chain, or "Highest TVL" to sort them based on the highest cross-chain bridge TVL, from high to low.

Since Chaineye is open-source, anyone can inspect their code and understand how the tools work. This transparency can build trust, but it's always recommended to exercise caution when dealing with any blockchain data or tools.

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