Here you’ll find all the Cardano explorers developed by both the community and IOG, the builders of the Cardano blockchain. These Cardano block explorers allow you to view Cardano transactions and search and explore blockchain data using a variety of pieces of information, including: a wallet address, transaction ID, asset ID, and policy ID.
Many of these Cardano blockchain explorers are also Cardano testnet explorers, and allow you to, separately, view the transaction activity for both the Cardano testnet and the Cardano mainnet.
Some of these block explorers offer simple, visual displays of the Cardano blockchain, others are true Cardano block explorers, allowing you dive deep into all the elements of Cardano transactions, others allow you to bring up and view the assets associated with a single blockchain address (i.e. your wallet), whilst others are data rich platforms offering insights into the past and current state of the Cardano blockchain—featuring data points, such as blockchain load, Cardano transactions per second, and the Nakamoto coefficient of Cardano.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where can I see my Cardano transactions?
A Cardano block explorer is the best place to view your Cardano transactions. You can also view many other elements of the Cardano blockchain on these cardano blockchain explorers. Each Cardano blockchain explorer displays the blockchain data and Cardano transaction data in its own unique way! View all the Cardano block explorers on Built on Cardano and find your favorite way to view the Cardano blockchain.
- Can Cardano be traced?
Yes, Cardano is a public blockchain so all the activity on it is in the public domain. This means that, like most other public blockchains, Cardano only offers users pseudonymity. Your holdings on Cardano can only be linked to you should your identity somehow be linkable to your holdings. Typically this is done through the purchase or exchange of assets on a centralized exchange where users are required to complete KYC.