The Onixcoin Tokenomic system is strategically designed to aggregate advantages to gamers and users of the network. The team is happy and proud to present the full distribution of Onixcoin, a hybrid coin that is built with the securities of Bitcoin Core, merged with smart contract functionalities of Ethereum through an EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine).
Bitcoin Core (Hybrid EVM)
POS, offline ready
Explorer is a search engine that allows you to search for a particular piece of information on the blockchain. The activities carried out on crypto blockchains are known as transactions, which occur when cryptocurrencies are sent to and from wallet addresses. Each transaction is recorded onto a digital ledger, known as a blockchain. Check our explorer to know more about the decentralization of Onixcoin!
Our advanced explorer. Mobile friendly. Shows created blocks, transactions, blockchain statistics and charts.
Provides smart contract call receipts, ORC20 token listings and per-token transaction lists.
Has biggest «miners» (stakers) information and a staking calculator.
Similar to the advanced explorer, but without staking tools. More suited for desktop browsers.
Has a ORC20 tokens search page.
Only lists ONIX transactions (no tokens or smart contracts support).
Provides network information, a rich list with identifiable wallet addresses and a documented API.
The basic explorer but running for the testnet. No tokens or smart contracts support.
Current version: 0.2.1
Updated: Jan 20, 2022
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If you want to speedup syncing your desktop/laptop, you can download the latest blockchain snapshot here:
22 GB • Up to block 938,442
To use it, decompress it in the location according to your OS:
/Users/your name/Library/Application Support/Onix
Do not use the bootstrap if your wallet has superstaking turned on. In this case you'll have to let the wallet sync from the network.
The bootstrap file was built for generic usage: Onix/ORC20 token transactions and smart contract executions.
if you plan to use the daemon instead of the GUI,
you'll need to set
logevents=1 on the onix.conf file before launching the wallet.
For servers, you don't need
logevents if you don't plan to deal with ORC20 tokens or smart contracts.
For this case, you'll have to let the wallet sync from the network.