PRESS RELEASE: BANKEX Scan to Launch Ethereum Blockchain Explorer for Android

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BANKEX has launched BANKEX Scan – an Ethereum blockchain explorer to search and check Ethereum and ERC-20 token balances and transactions by address, transaction hash, or block number. During its first month in production, BANKEX Scan has developed the intuitive interface and easy navigation. The main goal of BANKEX Scan is to be as convenient for crypto newcomers as it is for crypto geeks. It does this by offering all of the main Etherscan functions, while adding secondary features gradually, only after getting feedback from users. BANKEX scan’s user-friendly interface was constructed by BANKEX experienced designers. During its first month in production BANKEX Scan has launched a mobile app and is already able to scan and display ERC-721 token balances.

Functionality of BANKEX Scan

BANKEX Scan makes it easy and more convenient to search and check ETH and token transactions. Its user-friendly interface and intuitive navigation will appeal to both experienced cryptocurrency users as well as for those new to the blockchain world. BANKEX Scan offers all the same functionality as the older Etherscan with the additional option to scan and display ERC-721 token balances. In addition, BANKEX Scan is now available on Android for mobile applications – more convenient for those using smartphones and tablets.

BANKEX Scan enables transaction search by address, TxHash, or block number. All transaction details are displayed, including the volume in ETH and fees, the block number, addresses of both the sender and recipient, as well as the exact time of the transaction and whether the transaction was successful or not.

Adding to the convenience and accessibility of BANKEX Scan, the Ethereum explorer has a regularly updated FAQ tab where users can find comprehensive information on key cryptocurrency terms and issues such as what a transaction hash is and how to find it, how to estimate transaction status and more. The FAQ tab will be useful to new crypto users and veterans alike. BANKEX Scan will have updates that address user questions and needs.

BANKEX Scan is available online here .

BANKEX Scan for Android

BANKEX Scan for Android is a downloadable app developed for those who want to scan transactions with a smartphone or tablet. The app provides the same comprehensive functionality as the original BANKEX Scan service and quickly scans and displays all transaction details.

The app is available for download here .

Development Plans

The BANKEX Scan team is currently developing an iOS application that will be available at the App Store soon. Moreover, the platform and app filtering system will be upgraded to find transactions using multiple identification parameters at once for more accurate search. Plus, information about ERC-721 tokens will be shown separately from other transaction information.

BANKEX Scan will be integrated into the BANKEX Product Ecosystem that includes the BANKEX Trust service for making smart contract deals and agreements, blockchain dispute resolution service Smart Justice, Custody, the first cryptocurrency depository service and others. Future versions of BANKEX Scan will provide additional BANKEX ecosystem information for transactions, including whether a transaction has been subject to dispute resolution with Smart Justice, for example.


BANKEX is a global fintech company that operates a Proof-of-Asset Protocol to bring Bank-as-a-Service (BaaS) and blockchain together and facilitates the digitization, tokenization & exchange of traditional assets.

BANKEX`s end-to-end ecosystem bridges the gap between the emerging blockchain sector and the traditional finance industry with innovative IT solutions.

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