Special greetings to you all, it is a new day and i hope to tender my achievement 5 task 4 today. Despite all challenges, I have to keep using and understanding all the available tools the best way I can. Achievement 5 task 1,2 and 3 have been sorted out and here goes my next achievement. I would be reviewing steemDB.io as my achievement 5 task 4. Stay tuned as i take you through these.
steemDB.io is a tool that comes as a blockchain browser and is maintained by steemit. it is a very simple and well designed tool developed by @ray.wu. I came across so many features on steemDB.io site like the blockchain explorer, SteemDB Accounts, SteemDB Post, SteemDB Witnesses, and SteemDB Labs.
SteemDB Block Explorer
The Block explorer and database for the STEEM blockchain were on the first home page of the site when it opened. It is a trading platform. Steem is paired with bitcoin in a 2h candle time frame as seen in the above screenshot. The green candle is a buy candle while the red candle is a sale candle. The volume updates as it fluctuates constantly. Steem and bitcoin updates can be seen in real time here. You will see Distribution of stakeholders by the blockchain through various channels over 30 days and Witness Parameters, global properties, statistics and then also see 30-Day MVest Distribution and Metrics. And also see Witnesses, comments, interest, curation, percent of authors.
The accounts page is the section where you will find all the account information. You can also find in there the total number of posts an account had made , you can see how many followers an account has, the reputation of each account and the time the account was last updated.
The post feature is a part on the steemDB.io were you would see the top ranking posts, posts that have the highest votes, date and time of those posts and so many other features. Exploring it personally is a best idea.
Witnesses is another great feature on the steemDB.io site. On here you can see Witnesses and their ranking according to the values they have added to the growth of the steemit platform. You would see all your Active Witnesses. you will see their approved status, the version of their URL, the votes they have gotten, all kinds of history and misses of witness and so many more.
Labs is a session set aside for experimental projects and place to test for various concepts. You will find full details of all types of Active Experiments which is the list of the current experimental pages that really don't have a home on the site yet, under which you will see Pending Payout Review, Author Reward Leaderboard, Curation Reward Leaderboard, rshare allocation by voter, and a host of others. When you move down, you will see the API Endpoints that contains currency supply, global props history which is a snapshot of the global properties of the blockchain every 6 hours, percentage vesting which is the percentage of steem as vests, voter rshares which is the reward shares allocated by voters per day and other Important information.
In Steemdb.io, you can get to know a lot of info from tabs like the Activity Tab, Social Tab, Witness Tab. You can notice these options on the top bar.
Screenshot Of Activity Tab.
Under the Activity Tab you can check your posts, your votes, your replies to posts and comments. You can also check people's post that you reblogged, you can see your rewards and transfers that you have made.
Screenshot Of Social Tab.
Under social you can check steemians that are your followers, steemians that you follow and you can also see who has reblogged your post.
My Post Reblogged By My Followers
Under the same tab, you can click on Reblogged sub-tab to check who has reblogged your post in the past days up till that very moment.
Screenshot Of Witness Tab
Under the witness tab you can check for votings made for witnesses, you can check for blocks, missed votes, props of witnesses on the platform and proxied witnesses.
I have read through and finally reviewed the steemdb.io tool and I am most elated with the exPeriences gh the experiencestude goes My gratitude goeof steemDB.io site @ray.wu for a great tool like these. I am also grateful to @cryptokannon for engaging the newbies, @yuhan2on and @steenchiller for their contributions to the steemit community. i thanks @focusty. I thank @foator03 and @steemicurator01 for their supports. regards to yport. Regarians for the time to read my post.