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Welcome to the world.
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Introduce yourself
Hey, everyone. My nickname is Mexplo.

I run my random beacon and ECDSA nodes.  

1.In November, I have added new data for TBTC/ETH liquidity pool, and update a new page for tBTC liquidity, see here:
2.In December, I have made tbtcexplorer a chrome extension to provide a quicker portal for people who follow and use tBTC.
This extension integrates all the core features of tbtcexplorer.
You can download the extension through this link:
and install the extension as following:
More details:
Finally, Happy New Year!

In September,
I built an explorer for tBTC:
TBTCexplorer is the only explorer with a search function so far. Here is my submission for October’s PFK:

This month, I add many features to tbtcexplorer.

1. Added a new page for liquidity pools of TBTC. You can see TBTC's liquidity data in some important Defi dApp, include Curve、SushiSwap、Uniswap、and Balancer, with links to deposit to each.

2. Created a new page to show the data of TBTC minted and TBTC holders.

3. Added a link in homepage for users to mint TBTC.

4. Updated a new UI for the whole website.

5. Upgrade to https

6. Use The Graph to get data instead of use Infra

Next month, I will support more data of TBTC, include APY.

Here is my submission for September's PFK. 
I built an explorer for tBTC (show deposits and redeem in progress): 

TBTC explorer has the following features:
1. TBTC explorer distinguishes and organizes the list of deposits and the list of redeem across the Keep network. On the explorer home page, it show you the key data of TBTC.
2. You can search for your address on the explorer homepage to view details of your address, including all deposits and redeem records of your address, the TBTC balance, and the TDT and FRT.
3. Visualize the TBTC lifecycle. On the details page, TBTC explorer shows the complete flow of transactions, and now you can see where your transactions have gone, with links to the associated
4. Last but not least, TBTC explorer provides a list of all available TDTs in the Keep network. Many newbies encounter TDTs not available when redeeming TBTC, and they don't know where to look for suitable TDTs. So TBTC explorer list all available TDTs and provides sorting by size.

Here is the code:

Next on the roadmap:

1. I will redesign the TBTC explorer to make it look cooler.
2. Try querying data using a subgraph.
3. Adding support for additional data.
4. Support for Ropsten testnet: (not avaiable now)

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