BlockScout can be manually deployed to a selected server environment. This provides control over costs, server location, decentralization and other factors that may influence hosting decisions.
Projects may also self-host and use a proxy server for additional load balancing, data caching or security.
Sites can be configured to reflect a chain's unique branding, color scheme, logos and more. See the examples below.
Projects: ETC Mainnet, Kotti Testnet, Mordor Testnet Explorers:
ETC Mainnet: https://blockscout.com/etc/mainnet
Description: ETC Cooperative hosts all instances. Proxies are used to include these chains at blockscout.com. Kotti Ethereum Classic Testnets provide reliable and robust Proof-of-Authority networks for testing across client implementations. Mordor is an Ethereum Classic Proof-of-Work Testnet launched in October 2019.
Project: Celo Testnet Explorers: - https://alfajores-blockscout.celo-testnet.org/ - https://baklava-blockscout.celo-testnet.org/ Description: Proof of stake blockchain optimized for mobile-based financial transactions.
Project: Trustlines Network BlockScout url: https://explore.tlbc.trustlines.foundation/ Description: The Trustlines Network ecosystem aims to promote financial & economic inclusion of all people through decentralized and open source systems
Project: iExec BlockScout url: https://blockscout-viviani.iex.ec/ Description: The First Decentralized Marketplace for Cloud Resources
Project: EtherCore BlockScout url: https://explorer.ethercore.org Description: Security, Scalability and Decentralization Application Platform Powered by ProgPoW Consensus
Project: Elastos BlockScout url: https://explorer.elaeth.io/ Description: Elastos (ELA) bills itself as the 'first completely safe and decentralized infrastructure for the internet'. Its vision is to create a blockchain-powered decentralized internet that enables digital rights and secure transactions