The problem LibreScan solves
The foundation of blockchain technology is decentralization. Unfortunately, the reality is that 95% of the crypto community relies on centralized services like Etherscsan, BscScan, etc.
These centralized blockchain explorers not only track their users, associate their wallets with their IP addresses, but also mean a critical central point of failure.
The reality is that if a government would ever want to ban cryptocurrencies they could disable only these services and cut off 95% of users since there will be no graphical user interface available.
Why use LibreScan,
the 1st Decentralized Blockchain Explorer?
The software code of the LibreScan Blockchain Explorer is open-source and publicly available for everyone.
Run your own LibreScan Blockchain Explorer on your cloud platform, virtualized machine, bare-metal server, or PC.
Your data secured
You always will have secure access to your blockchain explorer without being tracked.
Connect to any blockchain
We aim to connect LibreScan to all Layer 1 blockchain platforms Help us connect it with your favorite Layer 1.
Free for projects
Connect your blockchain platform freely with the open-source LibreScan Blockchain Explorer to favor your community.
Free for crypto users
Free, decentralized, and open-source forever, fits the blockchain philosophy perfectly.
Contribute as a developer
Get involved as a LibreScan Contributor in our open-source project. Let's build something useful for the future that is beneficial to all Layer 1 blockchains and all crypto users who can freely use LibreScan.Contribute as a developer
Frequently asked Questions
What is the difference between LibreScan and Etherscan?
Etherscan is a centralized closed-source blockchain explorer built for the Ethereum network. LibreScan is a decentralized (self-hosted) open-source blockchain explorer which can be used for any blockchain in the future without censorship risk, privacy violations, and centralization.
What is the difference between LibreScan and BscScan?
BscScan is a centralized closed-source blockchain explorer built for the Binance Smart Chain (BSC). LibreScan is a decentralized (self-hosted) open-source blockchain explorer which can be used for any blockchain in the future without censorship risk, privacy violations, and centralization.
How can I connect LibreScan with any blockchain?
LibreScan is compatible with all EVM RPC-based blockchains in its first release followed by the next iteration which will allow custom RPC scrapers to be implemented to support any blockchain that might exist.
What are the hardware requirements of LibreScan?
LibreScan comes in multiple tiers depending on what level of details the user needs: for simple transaction checking, balance lookups, etc. even a Raspberry Pi is sufficient.
For monitoring deep level insights like specific storage keys, state transitions, etc. you will need an expensive high-end server.
When did the LibreScan movement start?
LibreScan was announced on December 22, 2021.
Who can contribute as a developer?
#nuxt3 #golang #postgres
If any of these hashtags comes from your heart, we would highly appreciate having you on board as a contributor!
What is QANplatform?
LibreScan was founded by QANplatform. QANplatform is the Quantum-resistant Layer 1 hybrid blockchain platform. QANplatform’s vision: A world where real and helpful use-cases are built on the blockchain. QANplatform’s mission: Empowering anyone to build rapidly and securely on the blockchain.