I would like to run my local private blockchain for development purpose, but without a good visualization tool, it is tedious to use.

I know Etherscan.io which is a great blockchain visualization tool. Can I connect Etherscan to a local blockchain? If not, would downloading the whole website and changing the address of the node to connect to make it possible?


Etherscan isn't open source, and you can't simply download the website and change the node. Most information is likely rendered on a server, rather than on the client.

You may be interested in something like Ganache, which has a nice UI for debugging: https://www.trufflesuite.com/ganache

  • Thanks (+1). Ganache has indeed a nice UI but most features only work with truffle :( – Julien__ Jan 20 at 6:57

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