Byzantine Browser Renamed

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Keyhole Labs would like to announce the name change of our open source tool for Hyperledger Fabric blockchain networks.

Previously known as the Keyhole Software Blockchain Browser, the tool is now known as the Byzantine Browser.

The KHS Byzantine Browser allows users to browse blockchain data while providing real-time analytics of the transactions and executions. It also provides monitoring of new blocks being added to the network.

The application was built using React and Node.js. It is Apache 2.0 open-source licensed.

View GitHub Repository


Real-Time Blockchain Metrics

Tool Requirements

  • Node 8.9.x or above
  • Windows OS Only – Python 2.7+ (v3+ not supported)
  • Access to HyperLedger Fabric network. Here’s an example: khs-lab-results-blockchain.
  • The current keystore has credentials for the Hyperledger example networks. You can access other networks by modifying the config.js.

Access The KHS Byzantine Browser

Interested in how it works? Visit the Github repository to access the code.

Don’t forget to watch a step by step video of the Blockchain Browser in action here.

Learning about Blockchain?

See Keyhole’s free white paper or our most recent example on Github: KHS Lab Results Blockchain.

The implementation is a Hyperledger blockchain network with chaincode that manages a ledger of Influenza tests. The chaincode implements functions to create and retrieve Influenza test results.

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