You can analyze and study cryptocurrencies endlessly. There is a fairly large amount of information about the network of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on the Internet. However, in addition to the main sites displaying price charts and diagrams, there are portals that show the nodes and transactions of the network visually. this article will focus on several cryptocurrency monitoring sites that offer visualization of the technology transforming the world.
Cryptomaps.org website is a tool for ‘visualizing the state of the market’, demonstrating the relationship between different cryptocurrencies in terms of their market capitalization and trading volume. Coins are presented in the form of squares and rectangles, the largest of which have the highest market capitalization and trade volume. Cryptomaps very interestingly displays estimates of the cryptocurrency ecosystem and exchange rates.
Billfodl.com is a unique website showing blocks and transactions of bitcoin in the form of balls and squares falling from the sky. Giant 3D squares depict newly mined blocks, while 3D sized spheres of different sizes show transactions. A large purple ball means 1,000 BTC, blue spheres — from 100 to 1,000 BTC, while small balls are used to represent transactions less than 1 BTC. In addition, the site keeps track of the number of new bitcoins and the largest transactions.
Blocks.wizb.it website is presented in the form of a rotating globe, which shows the blocks and transactions occurring in the bitcoin blockchain in real time around the world. In addition to transaction information, users can see in which mining pool the last block was mined. The 3D model of our planet presented on the site offers a very interesting vision of the Bitcoin economy, however, long observation of a rotating globe causes dizziness for many.
Have you ever wanted to hear the sound of bitcoin transactions? With the Bitlisten.com website, you will get this opportunity. Bitlisten.com allows you not only to visualize bitcoin transactions, but its users can hear harmonious blockchain tunes. Upon entering the site, you will see small bubbles representing transactions. Each bubble makes its own unique sound. The sounds are similar to the ringing of crystal glasses, and when a large number of transactions occur simultaneously, a very interesting melody sounds.
Blockchain3d.info is free, multi-platform, Blockchain Explorer that visualises Blockchains in glorious 3D and Virtual Reality. The system architecture is modular and allows additional data sources, physics engines and visualisations to be easily added and changed.
The cryptocurrency space is very large, and these are just a few of many interesting sites that give us an idea of blockchain technology. And since the ecosystem is constantly growing, the number of sites displaying this innovative technology from a different angle will constantly develop too.