Guide to putting links to Blockchair.com's explorers
Whether you are a multi-currency wallet, a big or a small exchange, or just a service working with cryptocurrencies, there's a high chance you're showing these clumsy transaction hashes and addresses in our UI.
Some services show these hashes just as plain text. Leaving the users asking themselves: "What should I do with that?". Others are linking to various crappy block explorers explorers which not only answer some of the user's questions, but make them even more confused by "merkle tree hashes" and "uncle blocks". Notoriously, these block explorers vary in design, often not featuring a user's language.
Enter Blockchair. Blockchair is the first block explorer to combine the most popular cryptos within self. At the moment we support Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Tether (as both Omni and ERC-20 token), Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Bitcoin SV, Stellar, Dash, Dogecoin, Groestlcoin, and even Telegram Open Network. We also support tens of thousands ERC-20 tokens including OKB, LINK, LEO, HT, USDC, MKR, CRO, BAT, and so on. We plan to support EOS and Cardano in the near future.
And all of the above -- in a single, simple, and neat user interface. No more "address scripts" and "child calls". Just the information users need. We also support multiple languages -- English, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian -- and all of them were translated not by just translators who used Google Translate, but by actual developers who understand all the terminology correctly.
By putting links to Blockchair, you'll help your users to clarify whether their transaction got to the mempool or it's got confirmed already, and they can seek for support on our open chats and groups.
As decentralization matters to us, we include links to other block explorers so our users can double check their transactions. We believe users shouldn't be tied just to one source of information, that's why we also encourage app developers to include links to block explorers such as ours.
Here are the comprehensive tables of our endpoints you can use to link to Blockchair:
|Ethereum||Hash shoud start with |
|Bitcoin Cash||It's possible to use both legacy address format and CashAddr|
|Ethereum||Address shoud start with |
|Bitcoin SV||It's possible to use both legacy address format and CashAddr|
So, for example, if you'd like to link to
1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa Bitcoin address from your Russian interface, the correct link would be
Benefits, co-branded explorers and referral program
Benefits for everyone
For all the apps and services who put links to Blockchair we offer several neat things:
- We'll mention your product on our About page
- We'll add your product to the "Useful links" sections across the website on pages like this (for all the coins you'll be linking to Blockchair)
- … and you'll make your users happy as they won't have to deal with those crappy block explorers anymore!
Besides this, the backlinks will increase awareness of your product and improve your SEO.
If you have an app or a service with lots of users and are interested in expanding your brand, we can propose you to build a co-branded explorer.
To redirect your users on Blockchair.com please append
?from=myapp string to the end of the URL, so it'd look like
https://blockchair.com/ru/bitcoin/address/1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa?from=myapp. In this way, we'll know that a particular user comes from you, and we can provide them with an uninterrupted user experience. For example, we can add your logo to the site's header, or change some colors.
We can also show one your banners, free of charge, to showcase your product.
If you get us some really good traffic numbers coming from your service, we'd be glad to talk about sharing some percentage of revenue we get from our advertisers.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.