To check the blockchain for a Stellar transaction, you will need to first locate the transaction ID. The transaction ID is a unique identifier that is assigned to each transaction on the Stellar network. Once you have the transaction ID, you can then use a blockchain explorer to view the details of the transaction.
A blockchain explorer is a tool that allows you to view the details of a transaction on a blockchain. There are many different blockchain explorers available, but we recommend using StellarExpert or BlockEQ.
To use StellarExpert, simply enter the transaction ID into the search bar on the homepage. Once you have located the transaction, you will be able to see the details of the transaction, including the sender, receiver, amount, and timestamp.
To use BlockEQ, you will first need to create an account. Once you have created an account, you can then login and navigate to the “Explore” page. On the Explore page, you will be able to enter the transaction ID into the search bar. Once you have located the transaction, you will be able to see the details of the transaction, including the sender, receiver, amount, and timestamp.
Other related questions:
Q: What blockchain does Stellar use?
A: Stellar uses the Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP), which is a Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithm.
Q: Does Stellar Lumens use blockchain?
A: Yes, Stellar Lumens uses a blockchain.
Q: Is Stellar based on blockchain?
A: Yes, Stellar is based on blockchain technology.
Q: How do you get Stellar on blockchain?
A: There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to get Stellar on blockchain may vary depending on your use case and the specific features or functionality you are looking for. However, some methods for getting Stellar on blockchain include using the Stellar network’s built-in support for federated servers, deploying your own Stellar core server, or connecting to a public or private Stellar Horizon server.