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We are continually surprised and excited by what our amazing community develops and implements. In this instance, the Celer community has created a unique tool that is able to query the on-chain data for all protocols or applications built or integrated with the Celer Inter-chain Messaging (Celer IM) framework. They call this tool Celer IM Scan.
Using Celer IM Scan, you are able to query every cross-chain transfer that uses Celer IM by searching with the “Address” or “Txn Hash” on the query portal: celerscan.com.
Celer IM Scan also includes a real-time ecological data graph for the Celer IM ecosystem, including total transaction counts, the total number of transactions in the last 24 hours, daily transaction counts over the last 31 days, and a list of the different chains supported by Celer IM and their corresponding transaction counts. Celer IM has supported 35 chains so far and we only continue to grow!
If you scroll down the page a bit to the “Latest Cross-Chain Transactions” section, you can see the 20 most recent cross-chain transactions that have occurred within the Celer IM ecosystem. This includes NFT cross-chain bridging transactions, assets transferred via cBridge, and all of the publically available cross-chain data supported by Celer IM.
By clicking the “Details” button, you will expand the details of the cross-chain transaction. This allows you to view the sender address, source chain tx hash, sending time, sending/receiving amount, and the current status of the transaction.
The Celer community has made sure that the reference Celer IM Documentation (IM Docs) and the Celer State Guardian Network (SGN) site are at the top of the page, making it easy for everyone to read about the tech behind all of this and to find relevant information about any questions they may have.
Once again, we would like to thank the Celer community for all of their contributions! We will continue to work hard to connect more blockchains and layer2s, in order to build the Celer ecosystem together with outstanding developers and community members! As always, our aim is to build a better blockchain interoperability infrastructure for the future!