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What is a block explorer?

A block explorer is a tool that is used to view all blockchain activity.

What is a block explorer used for?

A blockchain is a digital ledger that contains publicly accessible data, and transparency is one of its most important features. The Voice block explorer allows you to directly view transaction details on the Voice blockchain, including transaction histories of accounts or individual NFTs.

How do I find Voice's block explorer?

There are a few ways to locate Voice's block explorer:

Homepage - On Voice's homepage, scroll to the bottom of the page. Here you will be able to see and click on the "Block Explorer" link. Clicking this link will open our block explorer search page for you to locate transaction information.

Voice Balance page - When logged into your Voice account, visit your "Balance" page. Once here, you can click the "Explore my transactions" link to open a new page that will display your account's transaction history.

NFT history - Every NFT action is listed in the "History" at the bottom of the NFT details page. Next to each event, you'll find a small icon that looks like a box with an arrow coming out. Click this icon, to open a new page, displaying the block explorer details for that specific transaction.

Completing a purchase for an NFT - After completing a purchase for an NFT, within the confirmation page of the successful payment, you'll see the link "See this transaction on a block explorer". Clicking this link will bring you directly to this transaction's block explorer details.

Do I need an account to use block explorer?

No, a Voice account is not required.

What information is on Voice's block explorer?

NFT Creation, transfers, sales and purchases are all recorded on the blockchain and visible through the block explorer.

Will my personal information be on block explorer?

No, your personal information such as your user information, kyc, and payment details, are all off chain, and will never be shared or made public. For more information on privacy, please see Voice's Privacy Notice here.

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