Blockchair’s blockchain search and analytics engine is now available in French!
After offering the website in English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese, visitors of French-speaking countries can now use the website in their native language as well. Its promise is “search anything on the blockchain”, while it respects deeply the privacy of its users – making it the DuckDuckGo of the Blockchain Search Engines.
Blockchair offers a wide range of professional tools for traders and developers of multi-currency wallets and exchanges. This includes APIs for 14 different blockchains, a release monitor to track upcoming hard forks and core client updates, Data Dumps, an anonymous portfolio tracker and charts with blockchain and monetary data. Blockchair is also the unique blockchain company to offer free API access to students, and to be included in the GitHub Student Developer Pack.
The search and analytics engine allows for sorting and filtering transactions and blocks, and even lets you search for embedded text data stored in blockchains! An example is this transaction, where Shangqi asks Xuemei to marry him in the OP_RETURN field on New Year’s Evening 2020.
After launching the French version of the website, Blockchair is now looking to connect with French exchanges, wallets, media, research agencies and others that wish to use its tools, integrate with its services and redirect its French users to the French version of the search and analytics website.
Blockchair, founded in 2016, and a search engine for professionals, researchers, developers and students with a passion for blockchain. It is used every month by more than 500,000 users, and includes more than a hundred customers (Binance, Crypto.com, ViaExplorer… But also, PWC, Harvard, Oxford…) as well as nearly 500 partner institutions.
Blockchair includes APIs for 15 different blockchains as well as a vast set of tools to apprehend, dissect and study blockchains, their blocks and transactions. Blockchair also opens its professional API services free of charge to students in the GitHub Student Developer Pack.