BlockSec Phalcon Explorer: Empowering TVL Growth for the EVM Chain
Aug 24 2023

L1/L2 competition is becoming increasingly fierce. According to DefiLlama, there are currently over 200 chains, with 120 of them being EVM chains, including star projects like Arbitrum, Optimism, and Base.

Attracting and retaining users, developers, and projects to sustain and thrive the ecosystem is a challenge faced by every blockchain ecosystem. Airdrops and similar “money-distribution” models can naturally attract a large influx of users, but how do you retain the true builders after the initial wave?


Statistics show that in a blockchain ecosystem, the top 3 protocols generate 50% of the Total Value Locked (TVL), and 99% of the TVL is generated by 0.3% of traders.

Attracting and retaining top-tier project developers and traders is key to increasing the overall TVL of the ecosystem.

And Phalcon Explorer has precisely those top-tier developers and traders! 😉

What is BlockSec Phalcon Explorer?

Phalcon Explorer is an essential blockchain explorer for advanced players in the blockchain space. As protocols become increasingly complex, a single transaction can involve thousands of trace lines and hundreds of addresses with nested contract calls. At this point, existing browser platforms like Etherscan cater to the general users but fall short in meeting the needs of developers and traders for transaction analysis and debugging.

With Phalcon Explorer, you can input any address and immediately display all the information within a transaction. This includes:

  • Invocation flow
  • Source code
  • Balance changes
  • State changes
  • Fund flow chart
  • Gas profiler

You can also switch to multi-screen debug mode with a single click in the Invocation Flow section. Additionally, Phalcon Explorer supports transaction simulation at any block height and position, allowing you to preview the execution result in advance.


Phalcon Explorer fully considers the various analysis, debugging, simulation, and collaboration needs of advanced users. It can:

  • Help developers optimize gas usage and facilitate collaborative debugging.
  • Assist traders in simulating transactions and dissecting others’ strategies to make better trading decisions.
  • Moreover, it is a powerful tool for security researchers to analyze attacks, scams, and other security incidents, enabling quick problem identification and preventing further losses.

Achievements

Since its launch in September last year, Phalcon Explorer has attracted over 20,000 monthly active users, processing nearly 10,000 transaction addresses per day. It has a user base covering over 160 countries and regions worldwide, with 75% of users coming from countries such as the United States, China, Singapore, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France.


Get Started Now

Currently, the platform supports 9 public chains, including EVM, BSC, Arbitrum, Optimism, and more, with several others being integrated.

Take a crucial step toward the top-tier blockchain ecosystem by integrating Phalcon Explorer today!

👨🏻‍💻 Give it a try: https://phalcon.blocksec.com/explorer/

📖 User manual

✉️ For integration inquiries: contact@blocksec.com

About BlockSec

BlockSec is a pioneering blockchain security company established in 2021 by a group of globally distinguished security experts. The company is committed to enhancing security and usability for the emerging Web3 world in order to facilitate its mass adoption.

To this end, BlockSec provides smart contract and EVM chain security auditing services, the Phalcon platform for security development and blocking threats proactively, the MetaSleuth platform for fund tracking and investigation, and MetaDock extension for web3 builders surfing efficiently in the crypto world.

To date, the company has served nearly 300 esteemed clients such as MetaMask, Compound, Forta, and PancakeSwap, and secured over tens of millions of US dollars in two rounds of financing from preeminent investors including Matrix Partners, Vitalbridge Capital, and Fenbushi Capital.

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