January 28th, 2019

Today we bring you an upgrade to the Lisk Excel tool. This upgrade brings us a new feature for retrieving blocks forged by a specific delegate, as well as a general performance upgrade to allow for a much faster download.

Forged Blocks

Forging delegates now have the ability to gather a list of their forged blocks and how much those blocks were worth at the time of their creation. As with all of our historical pricing data on this site, we utilize https://min-api.cryptocompare.com/ to gather the pricing data. As with transaction data, you can choose from a collection of currency choices, and whether to download a CSV or XLSX file.

Faster Downloads

I made a few tweaks that allowed for a very noticeable improvement to the download speed of this tool. This is particularly the case when you have a request with a lot of transactions or forged blocks that have pricing data attached to them.

Special Thanks to Lemii

A big shout out to our friend Lemii. Lemii is the creator of several Lisk tools, including the Delegate Income Monitor tool, which is where this upgrade got its inspiration from. On top of that, he was able to provide valuable feedback along the way while it was being developed. Thanks again Lemii!

Other Upgrades

Last week we added several charts to the Lisk Rich List, however we did not include it in a blog post. The first chart is a column chart at the top to compare the Numbers of Addresses and Amount of Lisk being held by different ranges of addresses. Users can toggle both the Number of Addresses and Amount of Lisk on and off, depending on what data they are trying to view.

The other four charts are at the bottom of the page, and depict changes with Number of Addresses, Percent of Addresses, Amount of Lisk, and Percent of Lisk being held by different ranges of addresses over time. Users can dictate the exact date range being viewed.

Hope you all enjoy! Stay tuned for more coming soon!

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