An online tool for exploring the blockchain of a particular cryptocurrency, where you can watch and follow all the transactions happening on the blockchain. Block explorers can serve as blockchain analysis and provide information such as total network hash rate, coin supply, transaction growth, etc.
A pseudorandom number computed by hashing together the BlockSeed of the previous block and the Account Address of the new Blocksmith.
Used as a seed for any deterministic random numbers that must be used for this block, such as calculating the SmithTime for all Blocksmiths, computing the PoP Group for this block, and computing the PoP Rewards list.
The ability of a network to properly reach consensus at any time, assuming that no more than 2/3 of its actors are malicious. Checkpointing is commonly used alongside to make data stored on the blockchain final.