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Visual and Symphonic Representation

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As viewers enter the simulation, they’re given a rundown of how blocks and the mempool are represented, as well as live facts about how many unconfirmed transactions and mined blocks are on the network. 

Hovering through the vacuum of space, as you approach the latest block, you’ll be greeted by crystalline towers whose height and brightness represent the transaction value and ratio of the sender’s wallet’s spent and unspent coins, respectively. You can view blocks from an aerial, side-by-side or underneath view, all surrounded by the deep, cosmically swirled and star-studded blackness of space. The simulation, which is updated in real time from Blockchain.com’s block explorer, also displays all of the usual block information on a sidebar for easy reading.
To enrich the sci-fi vibes the block explorer gives off, the crystal transaction towers don’t just look good — they sound good, too. Each crystal resonates with sound “based on the value, spent output and fee of each transaction.” As you move to a new block, you’ll notice its Merkle tree sends a pulse through its crystals, striking them by the order of when each transaction was signed. From the chain reaction comes an intense symphonic resonance, something equivalent to the droning of a thousand digital bells, pealing in every pitch and tone imaginable. The end result is that each block has a completely unique sound. With 584,000-plus blocks to explorer — and another one.
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