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Waves (WAVES) Releases Explorer 2.0 App Optimized for Mobile

The updated App has faster loading speeds Users to easily switch between the Testnet and MainNet The network’s improved speed and usability will make the platform more significant

The Waves blockchain platform has made a milestone by announcing the release of Block Explorer 2.0 App. The updated App has faster loading speeds as it comes with a code that eliminates unnecessary API calls.

Waves Explorer 2.0 Tailor-made for Mobile

According to the announcement by the Waves team on their official blog, the updated version has been tailor-made for mobile devices, has a much clearer and user-friendly interface and its overall application now puts it at par with all other Apps in the Waves ecosystem.

The newly updated Waves Explorer 2.0 will allow users to handily switch between the Testnet and MainNet besides allowing users to track nodes they are interested in via a customizable network feature.

The development team has removed unnecessary APIs and introduced new libraries to improve the quality of the code. The resultant effect of the optimization is a notable improvement regarding loading times for its pages and components. Waves operates one of the fastest open blockchains in the world and has the ambition of building an explorer that runs like all other Apps on their platform. The Waves team explained:

“Tools like this are a very important product of any blockchain ecosystem, and we will continue to improve our Explorer. We are currently working on new APIs that will allow us to display the distribution of tokens by addresses and to watch the history of the balance change. We also plan to add a map of the distribution of network nodes around the world, with basic information to start with and much more.”

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