Where Routescan Fits in The Modular Thesis

Extensible Block Explorers for the Modular Future with Routescan

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One of the core issues we heard about awhile back on our podcast with Jon Kol from Hyperlane was the ‘indexing’ problem of the modular expansion.

Essentially, if we are going to exist in a world of 1000s of chains, we’ll also need to have a streamlined process for data.

This is where yesterdays post with Lava Network fits in the puzzle (RPCs). Staying on the data tooling pattern, today’s post is an interview from ETHDenver with Jack, the founder of Routescan.

Andy and Jack discussed Routescan’s journey over the past few months highlighting the growth of their expanding community with over 50,000 users.

They also touched on Jack’s approach to embracing modularity by unlocking new block explorers across appchains, rollup frameworks, and subnets.

Enjoy this today’s interview live from ETHDenver and Modular March.

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