Blockhair’s blockchain search and analytics engine is now available in Italian! After offering the website in 6 other languages, visitors from Italy can now use the website in their native language as well.
Blockchair supports 15 different blockchains within its search and analytics engine and developer tools.
Blockchair’s aim is to make blockchain data accessible to everyone, and after providing students with a free API key through the GitHub Student Developer Pack, it now aims to translate the website to as many languages as possible to enable access to anyone. The Italian version of the website has been finished with the help of The Cryptonomist and Melis.
Blockchair offers a search and analytics engine to find, sort and filter all kinds of information that is stored in blockchains. Examples include transaction and address information, but also embedded text data stored in the OP_RETURN field of transactions.
An example is this transaction, where someone writes:
“This what quarantine lockdown made me do XD who wants some GARLIC AIOLI PASTA https://imgur.com/a/dW1e2U2 P.S. I want to be a chef someday loooool”.
Besides the search and analytics engine, Blockchair also provides a wide range of professional tools, such as an API, Data Dumps and Release Monitor, that are used by scientists, researchers and developers of wallets, exchanges and research agencies all over the world.
“The API supports many endpoints through which blockchain data can be queried, sorted and filtered. The API is being used by developers of multicurrency wallets and exchanges, but also researchers and scientists, and often serves as an Infrastructure-As-A-Service. We provide multiple developer tools that are known for its comprehensive abilities”, said Lucas Roorda – Head of Business Development at Blockchair.
What’s next for Blockchair?
After launching the Italian version of the website, Blockchair is now looking to connect with Italian exchanges, wallets, media, research agencies and others that wish to use its tools, integrate with its services and redirect its Italian speaking users to the Italian version of the search and analytics website.