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Are there explorers in the TON ecosystem useful for exploring blocks?

I'm coming from EVM ecosystem. I know there are explorers on TON, but the ones I've seen yet provide information regarding a specific wallet address. And I'm used to the explorers that show specific blocks, listing their transactions and logs. Are there explorers like that on TON?

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Certainly, the EVM ecosystem is indeed known for its robust block explorers, and there are similar tools available in the TON ecosystem as well. These explorers provide detailed insights into blocks, transactions, and events happening on the TON network:

Explorer.toncoin.org - A comprehensive block explorer that provides detailed information about the FreeTON blockchain, including blocks, transactions, and account details.

DTON.io - This is another popular TON block explorer that provides detailed insights into the network's state, transactions, and block details.

TONscan.org - This is a particularly useful tool if you're interested in specific blocks and their transactions. TONscan's block page provides a detailed list of all blocks. You can click on each block to see a detailed view of its transactions.

Each of these explorers provide slightly different features and interfaces, so you may find that one suits your needs more than the others. They all aim to increase transparency and facilitate understanding of the TON blockchain, enhancing developers' and users' ability to interact with the network.

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