Since the NEO blockchain is a public ledger, all wallet addresses are publicly visible. However, there is no built-in way to rank or compare addresses. This makes it difficult to know which addresses are the most important or influential on the NEO network.
To address this issue, we have developed a tool that ranks NEO wallet addresses by their balance, transaction history, and other factors. This tool can be used to find the most important addresses on the NEO network and to track changes in address ranking over time.
The tool is available at:
To use the tool, simply enter a NEO wallet address into the search bar and hit enter. The tool will then generate a list of the top 100 addresses ranked by importance.
The NEO AddressRanker tool is open source and available on GitHub:
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Other related questions:
Q: Which wallet is best for NEO?
A: There is no one definitive answer to this question as different wallets offer different features and levels of security. Some popular NEO wallets include the NEON wallet, Ledger Nano S, and Trezor.
Q: How much gas does 1 NEO generate?
A: NEO generates 1 gas per day.
Q: How do you make a NEO wallet?
A: Creating a NEO wallet is a simple process that can be done in a few minutes. There are a few different ways to go about this, but the most common method is to use the NEO-GUI wallet. This wallet can be downloaded from the NEO website and then installed on your computer. Once you have the NEO-GUI wallet installed, you will need to create a new account. To do this, click on the “Create Account” button and follow the prompts. Once your account is created, you will be given a unique address that you can use to receive NEO.
Q: Where can I stake NEO coins?
A: There are a few options for staking NEO coins:
1. Official NEO Wallet – The NEO team offers an official NEO wallet that allows users to stake their coins.
2. NEON Wallet – NEON is a popular desktop wallet that also allows users to stake their NEO coins.
3. An exchange that supports NEO staking – Some exchanges, such as Binance, offer NEO staking services.