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Symbiosis Explorer

The Symbiosis Explorer collects data related to cross-chain operations conducted via the Symbiosis over all blockchains in one place. Where to find, how to use.
The Symbiosis Explorer collects and stores data related to cross-chain operations conducted via the Symbiosis over all blockchains in one place. It enables users to check statuses and search for real-time and historical information about cross-chain operations by hashes or addresses.
The Symbiosis Explorer is available at https://explorer.symbiosis.finance/​
Scheme 1. The symbiosis Explorer general view.
It is important to remember that a cross-chain operation has two transactions: on the source and destination blockchains.
To check the status of your cross-chain operation, copy and paste your transaction hash into the search bar at the top.
Scheme 2. Searching for a transaction by hash.
In the first two columns, there are names of blockchains: the source and destination blockchains of the cross-chain operation. The names are clickable and lead to the transaction on the Explorer of the corresponding blockchain.
What is the status of your cross-chain operation? Possible statuses are: pending, success, stucked, reverted.
Pending: The Symbiosis protocol has received the request for the cross-chain operation but is still processing it. Check again in several minutes.
Success: The Symbiosis protocol has successfully processed the cross-chain operation.
Stucked: This status means than something went wrong. The transaction on the source blockchain has been processed but the transaction on the destination blockchain cannot be accomplished. Please consider an example:
Scheme 3. An example of a stuck cross-chain operation.
As you can see there is no information in the column TX To. There can be a number of reasons. A stuck cross-chain operation cannot be accomplished; it can be reverted instead. Please refer to Stuck Transactions for guidelines.
Reverted: The Symbiosis protocol has received a request to revert a stuck cross-chain operation and successfully accomplished it. Please consider an example:
Scheme 4. An example of reverted cross-chain operation.