At Blockchair we just launched our Zcash explorer!

Hi everyone,

At Blockchair we recently launched a Zcash explorer with full API support. We support deep sorting and filtering functionalities for transactions and blocks. We also support xPubs, transaction broadcasting, PDF-receipts, charts and have also added Zcash into our release-monitor.

What is important to know, is that we are fully private and do not store or share any user data, and do not track users. We also support Zcash on the Tor network for even better privacy. The onion links are as following:

V2: blockchairt5d4pj.onion
V3: blkchairbknpn73cfjhevhla7rkp4ed5gg2knctvv7it4lioy22defid.onion

We hope this is useful for everyone here. We’d appreciate your feedback and further sharing of the news in the community.

All the best,
Team Blockchair, Lucas

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Hi from Gitcoin.

We are building in some ZEC support into some of our products soon.

A couple questions about the API:

  • Do you have any python clients available perchance? or should we just use the REST API?
  • Do you have any plans to charge for access to the API?
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Hi @owocki welcome to the forums (again :wink:) I have forwarded your question to the team.

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Hi!

We don’t have python clients available. Just the REST API.

There is a free limit on the API of 1440 requests per day, and we have API plans available on the website. Though, sometimes we offer discounts for specific projects that are open-source or non-commercial.

Could you shoot us an email at info@blockchair.com?

Great Job!
Do you plan to add an API call to get the z-z transaction number in the previous 24h?

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