Blockchair has recently announced that it has made it possible to uncover encoded messages that are written into three different blockchains – mainly that of Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum (ETH). Upon visiting its websites, traders will be provided with different types of real-time information including the number of blocks, transactions, outputs, price, capitalization and how much each blockchain is growing.
We've just launched Blockchair Feed — a small tool to display all readable data people embed into Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum blockchains in real time (feat. @BlockPressApp and @memobch as well)! https://t.co/5hUJjsxVOr
— Blockchair (@Blockchair) May 19, 2018
Like Google, Blockchair is a search and analytics engine made for blockchain-based platforms. It has been created specifically for BTC, BCH and ETH. Some of the embedded features can help to filter and sort blocks, transactions, and content that is available based on several criterion. Blockchair is also one of the fewest blockchain-related search engines that allows users to search hidden words in transactions. What makes Blockchair far more attractive is the fact that these words are decoded in real-time.
Of the three blockchains, the messages are said to be from the BCH network. This is mainly because of the duo; Memo and Blockpress. Memo and Blockpress are both micro-blogging social networks that work towards minimizing BCH fees, which are essential, as it makes it easier and more realistic to message other users through the OP_Return field. According to the claims made, the Bitcoin Cash blockchain’s recent upgrades have increased the field’s size, which may promote more room for communication.
When comparing the two micro-blogging social networks, it is believed that Blockpress is preferred due to its cleaner UI, as it is simple as creating a profile, username and header. However, it is believed that Memo is far more active.
This is not the first attempt in trying to decode messages, as it has been previously stated that the BTC blockchain contains six marriage proposals. With more and more tools such as the likes of Blockchair Feed, combined with micro-blogging social networks, users can finally make reading messages a simpler and easier task.