Thanks for the feedback!I like how it shows tx styles e.g.
- PS tx https://dashradar.com/explorer/tx/74b66a0dac36c085e298f5187d790a54683214821abed4e2a7025c8903578299
- mixing txes even have different colors depending on denom!
-- 0.01 https://dashradar.com/explorer/tx/7c0a0c65bfa06735fdf003c63f39c2124b1c132ce9e1380452511d375a3130df
-- 0.1 https://dashradar.com/explorer/tx/91bc76beefaa882c33f7bde0833449a80e7e4897540fdefd05b8b0511abfa78f
Fee is a bit crazy though - "0.0007400000000075124" We have only 8 decimal places and _technically_ fee is ("out" - "in"), so it should never have more than 8 decimal places too.
Also it's not clear how to get older blocks. I can only see 6 latest blocks on the index page, no pagination or search.
But anyway, good job!
Thanks for the suggestions. I haven't included any InstantSend charts so far because the information isn't stored in the blockchain and I have on purpose avoided having to maintain a separate database that can't be reconstructed from the blockchain. It's possible that I will add it in the future along with other information that isn't stored in the blockchain like masternode statistics, orphaned blocks, average time to get first confirmation etc..I have used the blockchain.info tree visualization a number of times and found it to be helpful for certain things. A couple other ideas:
Just a few thoughts. Great site!
- Could you add InstantSend Transactions to the Transactions chart (or as a separate chart like the PrivateSend transactions one)? I think it would be great to have some stats on our distinguishing features.
- The block rewards per day chart scale is skewed by superblocks (and also can be confusing if you don't know about superblocks ). Don't know if there is a way you could show them distinctly in a way that would be more clear? For instance, with superblocks charted as a bar instead of a line on their own axis or something.
Thanks for the suggestions. I haven't included any InstantSend charts so far because the information isn't stored in the blockchain and I have on purpose avoided having to maintain a separate database that can't be reconstructed from the blockchain. It's possible that I will add it in the future along with other information that isn't stored in the blockchain like masternode statistics, orphaned blocks, average time to get first confirmation etc..
It's definitely possible to make separate bar chart for superblock rewards and other one for regular block rewards (excluding superblocks). One option could be to add some kind "exclude superblocks" button. I will think about it.
DashRadar source code is now available via GitHub.
Running instructions will be provided later in the readme files or wiki.
That is a lot of addresses and it will cause too much lag to import them all at once.There is a list of wallets that received dividend from getfreedash project of @Dashmaximalist.
Here is the list: https://demodun.github.io/dividendwatch/p25.html
Is it possible to apply to them your graph ? We want to see whether they spend the dividend they received or not, and where. The star-like presentation of your graph can help a lot in order to spot the points where the (initially dispersed) dividend concentrates. So we may spot potential fraud that way.
We would like something like this
That is a lot of addresses and it will cause too much lag to import them all at once.
I created this json containing a couple hundred of the first addresses. You can import it by clicking the green + icon on the right and choosing "Import from JSON".
After the import is finished simply expand the addresses. This can be done with right click or ctrl+left click shortcut. After expanding all the addresses it can be observed that for example quite often many addresses are used as input in the same transaction. This most likely means that the addresses are controlled by the same person.
It looks like you didn't fully expand all the addresses. Actually, I just realized that there is an easier way to expand all the addresses. After importing simply click the Dash icon on the right, select all addresses and click "EXPAND SELECTED".I did what you said, and there are two kind of concentrations.
The Red ones, which seem to be the legitimate payments batch jobs of @Dashmaximalist.
And the Green ones, which seem to be either a potential fraud or a merchant.
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@Dashmaximalist should have a look at it ASAP!!!
You are right, they can be either merchants, or family members , or exchanges, with the last being the most probable.I agree with your conclusions except that I would replace merchant with an exchange. Because who would withdraw directly to a merchant address? Also could be someone collecting dashes for all their family members etc and then sharing the fiat money with them..