A selection of our indexed networks
The pages below contain helpful information for developers on the most important Ethereum- and Bitcoin-based blockchain networks.
For each blockchain network and its test networks, we provide background information and useful facts such as the chain and network IDs, the publication date, the block time, the consensus algorithm, the governance, and client support. There are also links to the respective block explorer, network statistics, faucets, and the corresponding Github and website, when available.
All of these blockchain networks are served by our SaaS products: JSON-RPC Node API, Blockchain Data API, and Alerting & Notifications. They can also be explored with our tools, either the Anyblock Explorer or our Anyblock Dashboards.
As we do have more indexed blockchains, for a complete list, please refer to the Anyblock Status page.
If you find we are missing a network of interest or if you would like to help us update or add missing information, send us a message at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethereum Mainnet is the largest EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) network to date. The Proof-of-Work network was established in July 2015. Ethereum Mainnet is an open source, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality.
xDai was originally an Ethereum-EVM-based proof-of-authority chain that used an authority round (AuRa) consensus mechanism, supported by Parity and Nethermind. Nowadays, xDai has evolved into a permissionless delegated proof-of-stake based consensus with POSDAO. It used the stablecoin Dai (bridged from Ethereum Mainnet) as its native currency, and is therefore sometimes referred to as a “stable(coin) chain”.
Energy Web Chain
The Energy Web Chain (EWC) for Ethereum is a public, enterprise-grade blockchain platform to help energy companies with the management and regulation of the industry. The EWC is a public blockchain network open to all utilities, users, and devices.
You can also visit the Energy Web Chain test network: Volta
POA Core is an autonomous blockchain network that is secured by a group of trusted validators. All validators are US notaries with publicly available information. POA Core is an autonomous blockchain network that is secured by a group of trusted validators. All validators are US notaries with publicly available information.
You can also visit the POA test network: POA Sokol.
Trustlines Blockchain (TLBC) is an Ethereum-EVM-based minimal viable proof-of-stake (mPoS) blockchain. It uses an authority round (AuRa) consensus mechanism, and is supported by Parity. The Trustlines Network is a community-driven project that empowers people to create their own money and access digital payments. It is sometimes called “People Powered Money”, and it brings the idea of the Hawala IOUs to the blockchain.
You can also visit the Trustlines test network: Trustlines Laika