The old Explorer will be functional until the Stacks 2.0 mainnet launch. By that time, we aim to reach feature parity with crucial features of the old Explorer, specifically: name and subdomain operations, and profile details.
What’s next for the Explorer 2.0?
We are working towards feature parity with the old Explorer, to eventually replace it and cover all important Stacks 1.0 features. We are also reviewing the following features:
Searching for all blockchain entities (STX address, transactions, contracts, blocks)
Displaying recently published blocks, transactions, and smart contracts
Automatically refreshing detail pages, so you don’t have to
Displaying Stacks Blockchain statistics
View STX unlocking schedule
My STX address, contracts, or transactions disappeared. What happened?
While we work towards a stable Mainnet, we are resetting the Testnet every few days. This means your STX address, balances, contracts, and transactions will always become unavailable within a few days. More details can be found in the Testnet forum announcement.
Why can’t I see my current STX address?
STX addresses from the Stacks 1.0 blockchain will not be accessible in the new Explorer until the mainnet launch. Until then, please use the old version of the Explorer to view your Stacks 1.0 STX addresses.
When will the legacy data be added to the Explorer 2.0?
All data, like STX balances, will be carried over to the Stacks 2.0 Mainnet.
Why can’t I search for STX addresses in the search box?
The MVP version of the new Explorer only supports searching for transaction IDs and contract names. There is no STX address view and no search feature yet. We do, however, want to add this feature soon.
How do I see the STX balance in the new explorer ?
STX addresses (and balances) from the Stacks 1.0 blockchain will not be accessible in the new Explorer until the mainnet launch. Until then, please use the old version of the Explorer to view your Stacks 1.0 STX balance. If you would like to check your STX balance on the Stacks 2.0 testnet, we recommend using the CLI until we provide this feature as part of a future Explorer release.
How can I see the usernames I own on the old/new explorer?
Usernames are currently only visible in the old Explorer. To view usernames in the old Explorer you own you may search for your username in the top search bar. Then click on the Subdomain Registration. Copy the “Address” field (a long string like 1FnNvQ36tGsi8UHp2E5CmCs3uF8RvjLWJ2 ) and then paste it into the search bar. The results will show any IDs registered with that address.