Overview of 17 Ethereum Blockchain Networks

Did you know that there are over 40 Ethereum-based public blockchains at this very moment?
Join us as we explore 17 of the hottest Ethereum-based networks across three core categories. We’ll analyze the key characteristics of each and offer our insider tips on which networks to avoid and which ones we recommend integrating into your existing systems.

Energy Web Chain – Smart contract cluster analytics

Check out our brand new blockchain analytics dashboard of the most active smart contracts on the the Energy Web Chain (EWC).
You can see, that over 80% of all the 330 smart contracts on the network were deployed from three entities. The contract 0x1Bb905141316FaB9F5FF9c81f6dC22f0c0f10784 is by far the most actively used. This smart contract actually belongs to https://theenergyorigin.com/ (TEO by engie), which we have recently analysed in a separate tutorial article about smart contract analytics.

How to do Blockchain Data Science with Metabase using a real world example

Here at Anyblock Analytics, we choose Metabase as our primary blockchain visualization tool because it enables business users to answer their questions themselves, rather to wait for precious developer time. This is possible because of the simple Metabase point and click editor so that no SQL query language needs to be used (but it can).
Click headline to read more on the process and a real-life example with many blockchain analytics screenshots.

How to Integrate Blockchain Analytics into Your Business Intelligence Tools

Join us as we explore the importance of business intelligence (BI) and how Blockchain analytics can deliver better insights and drive more powerful decisions.
While Blockchain data may sound difficult to work with, our innovative technology makes it possible to bridge the gap between business and Blockchain data. With our help, using Blockchain data in enterprises is just as easy and straightforward as any other type of data.

Anyblock Analytics partners with Unibright

We are very happy to partner with Unibright.io!
We’ve already worked together with their team and Zühlke Group in our blockchain CO2 compensation project https://carbonara.info/. They now plan to bring together their Unibright explorer with our tech stack.

Integration of Chainlink with eth.events

The eth.events API will serve as an Chainlink oracle for smart contracts requiring real-time blockchain data from any of our 17 networks. This makes accessing on-chain information a lot easier and more flexible for smart contract developers.