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Order of transactions

Technically there is a sub-block transaction execution unit called an Entry. Transactions in an Entry have data dependencies and are executed serially. However the Entrys themselves are independent ...
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Why explorers not supporting transaction pagination? Why is it impossible to see the first tx of an account

There isn't really a Solana or Ethereum reason for this. For both Ethereum and Solana you can't directly fetch the first transaction of an account, instead you have to iterate backwards through all ...
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Are custom data values on PDAs publicly viewable by anybody?

A blockchain is a public ledger. All data provided on a blockchain are publicly viewable to anyone looking at each account. While not all data on accounts are serialized the same way, the data itself ...
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Why is one of the transactions for my token account missing from my wallet in Solana Explorer?

The other three transactions in your screenshot are outgoing (send) transactions. Whereas F3Y transaction is an incoming (receive) transaction. When you interact with the SPL program, it uses the ...
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Remove "Warning!" on Solana Explorer

That error is shown because your token is not verified. This is the code that is responsible for that warning. if (!data?.nftData?.metadata.data.uri && tokenDetails) { token = tokenDetails; }...
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Is there a reason why setting the metadata and image URI to Google Storage doesn't work with explorers?

It looks like you have a CORS error from your Google Cloud Storage. If you check the network tab when you load up sol-scan or the other NFT viewers, you'll see it fails to fetching your JSON metadata, ...
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Solana Explorer - customUrl

Many browsers like Chrome block connections to localhost, but Firefox allows it, so be sure to do this in Firefox!
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How could I recognise a wallet is someone's Exchange wallet?

To the blockchain, an exchange wallet is like any other wallet. Exchanges can choose how to manage their funds and users' wallets in any way. Your best bet is to go through exchange by exchange and ...
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Missing slots with getBlock

So long as a copy of a ledger that contains those shreds exists they can be recovered. It seems that these should have those blocks: https://storage.googleapis.com/mainnet-beta-ledger-us-ny5/1595200/...
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How long does solana explorer keep history?

Only mainnet-beta has longterm transaction history all the way back to genesis using integrations with longterm storage providers. Devnet and testnet only keeps a few days of transactions locally on ...
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How do we access Solana's Devnet explorer?

You can set all the explorers to devnet as well. on https://explorer.solana.com/ you can find that setting in the top right corner:
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How To View/Interact with a Contract's Code

no you are not missing anything, currently, it is not possible to see program's source code (except if they are open source, of course, and even if they are, you can't verify that the deployed program ...
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Missing slots with getBlock

Joe had it mostly covered but to be explicit: Were these slots lost, so nothing can be done to recover them? No, they were not lost. They just weren't loaded into our bigtable instance. Will these ...
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