I’ve created this “small” zchain blockchain visualization, it cares only about txs that have public io. (146K blocks → ~few hundreds K nodes (t-addr is a node) about and several multiples of that is the number of active edges (~1M txs but they can get heavily expanded in the visualization):
Give it a few minutes and then just seek watch it (as the total number of nodes grows).
What is cool about this one is the fact: the further nodes are from the circle center, the older they are (reminds me of tree growth rings).
I could postprocess it heavily (fastfwd, annotate important addresses (mostly pools)).
Anyway, it has ~0 info value, so take it easy, I like to stare into such things and get new ideas. :>
If anyone is interested I can release full source code/pipeline to you to recreate/improve & add some editing skills to this thing. The process is like this: getrawtxs for all txs, decode it via custom c++ parsing tool, produce viable format for Gource (and modify Gource a bit) and then compress the video as it is flowing from as a PPM stream.
All the best,