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Use the Explorer

How to Use the Avail Explorer


The Avail Explorer (opens in a new tab) serves as a powerful interface for interacting with the Avail network. Whether you're a developer, a validator, or an end-user, the explorer provides you with the tools to inspect network activities, manage accounts, and participate in governance. This guide will walk you through its key features.

Quick Navigation

Inspect Network Data

Recent Blocks Overview

The default page of the explorer displays the most recently produced blocks, allowing you to monitor network activity in real-time.

Avail Explorer

Block Details

Clicking on a block number (or block "height") will open a detailed view of that block, including transactions, validators, and more.

Avail Explorer Block Detail

Manage Accounts

The explorer allows you to create, manage, and recover accounts. You can also initiate transactions, stake tokens, and more. To learn how to create an account, check out the Create and Manage Accounts guide.

Participate in Governance

From proposals to referenda, the explorer provides you with the tools to actively participate in network governance.

Advanced Features

Manual Transactions and RPC Calls

For developers and advanced users, the explorer offers features like manually submitting transactions (opens in a new tab), making RPC calls, and other debugging tasks.

The explorer hosts a light client that performs Data Availability Sampling (DAS) to verify data availability. The very latest blocks may not display a confidence score until this process is complete.


The Avail Explorer is a versatile tool for anyone involved in the Avail network. Whether you're inspecting blocks, managing accounts, or participating in governance, the explorer offers a comprehensive set of features to meet your needs.