What is the CREDITS Monitor?

The CREDITS Monitor — is a web-version of application that provides an opportunity to view the public transfer registry. It allows you public access to the platform data. You can monitor the current state of the platform: transaction execution statistics, number of Nodes, balances and general information on the Smart Contract. It is implemented on Java+Angular JS.

At the CREDITS Monitor page, you can find following information:

  • Total amount of network Nodes
  • Transaction statistics
  • Account balance
  • A list of Account transactions
  • General information about Smart Contract
  • Overview of an open Smart Contract

What can you view through the CREDITS Monitor?

Total amount of network Nodes

At the top of the main page, you can find total amount of network Nodes for today, 24 hours, last week and last month. Here you can monitor the amount of all transactions, all ledgers, volume in CREDITS and the Smart Contracts. Every block shows you the total increase; it shows you increments in comparison with the previous period: day, week, month.

Latest statistics

At the CREDITS Monitor main page, you can see statistics divided by recent ledgers and recent transactions, you can push the button under last blocks to see the all ledgers  and under last transactions to see the all transactions.

Block statistics

The block’s page shows you information about all ledgers. Here you find the completed transaction time, transaction receipt status, ledger’s hash, quantity of transactions in the block, all value of CREDITS and the all fees.

Transaction statistics

At the transaction’s page you can see the information about all transactions. Here you find the receipt status of transaction, ledger’s hash, sender’s account (from which account), receiver’s account (to which account), value of Credits and fees.

Transaction information

You can monitor all information about a transaction. In the inset Overview you can monitor the details:

  • Transaction hash – the unique hash of your transaction;
  • Transaction receipt status – the attribute that indicates whether your transaction was successful or no;
  • Block height – the block number to which your transaction was included;
  • Completed transaction time (Timestamp)  – this is the exact time when the block was taken into which your transaction was included;
  • Sender’s account (From);
  • Receiver’s account (To);
  • Value of CREDITS  – how much CS was sent, and the dollar equivalent of this amount;
  • Gas Limit – the maximum amount of CS that you can have when you make a particular transaction;
  • Gas used by transaction – the actual amount of CS spent on your transaction;
  • Gas price –  the price you are willing to pay for one CS unit. Only you determine what price for CS you are willing to pay;
  • Actual transaction fee – the actual cost of your transaction / transaction commission = Gas Used by Transaction x Gas Price;
  • Cumulative gas used – the significative of the total amount of CS used at the time of extraction of the block into which your transaction was included;
  • The case input (Nonce) – a serial number indicating the number of transactions that the sender made on the network. For example, the first transaction will have Nonce equal to 0, the second transaction will be 1 and so on;
  • Input data – additional Information.

In the inset Event log, you will find the transaction receipt event logs:

  • Number of transaction;
  • Transaction address;
  • Transaction topics;
  • Data hex.