- Seiza will be released before May-end.
- Seiza can be used to track transactions on the Cardano blockchain.
EMURGO, the investment arm of Cardano, announced the launch of Seiza, a Cardano blockchain explorer, at the IOHK Summit. Seiza will be released before May-end. Its name is derived from the Japanese word for “constellation,” as it reflects EMURGO’s Japanese heritage and its ambition to be an all-encompassing blockchain navigation guide for users. Seiza will enable ADA holders to immediately track any of their transactions on the Cardano blockchain, which has already validated more than 2.4 million blocks.
Charles Hoskinson, CEO of IOHK, stated:
“I am excited to see that EMURGO has developed such a useful and innovative product for the Cardano community. The ability to have transparency is a vital function for the Cardano blockchain protocol and Seiza delivers this in an amazing way for users.”
Nicolas Arqueros, CTO of EMURGO, said:
“EMURGO is fully committed to providing valuable utility to the Cardano community. Seiza is an essential user-friendly tool that EMURGO was eager to develop to further the advancement of the Cardano ecosystem.”
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