Etherum is a fascinating blockchain based open source cryptocurrency project started in 2013 by Vitalik Buterin, Gavin Wood, Jeffrey Wilcke and Many others. The aim of the Ethereum project is to create a platform for decetralized applications. A so called Web 3.0 platform featuring stateful user created digital contracts and a Turing complete contract programming language.

In this video Stefan Tual explains all the features of the Etherum Network Status Monitor Dashboard. Compared to other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin you will probably find a few new aspects possible to monitor with the help of the Ethereum Network Dashboard. Step by step Stefan explains how you monitor active nodes, gas price, page latency, uptime, block time, difficulty, block propagation, last blocks miners, uncle count, transactions and gas spending’s.

Etherum Network Status Monitor Dashboard:

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