We recently gave you a sneak peek of Explore, XYO’s new platform for tracking your data, viewing a world map of active nodes, and other features. Now we’re going to show you some cool, new screenshots of what you’ll see if you’re logged in, and you have Sentinels, a bridge, or other devices.
This is the best way to maximize Explore: Logged in.
If you’re an XYO Network fan and you’ve followed our progress, you’ve probably been pleased with being able to see the network nodes on a map. But now you can see your own sentinels and nodes, making it personal (and fun).
When you log into your account, you’ll see a list of your claimed sentinels, your bridge (if you have one), and other devices. You can use the query feature to find specific devices — which is super easy if you give them a good, easy-to-remember name.
This next screenshot shows your actual devices on the map. If you’ve ever wondered where your Sentinel or bridge or other device fits in in a geographical context, here you go.
On this last shot, you’re seeing a list of bound witnesses that a device on the network has created. This is the origin chain. In each corner, you’ll see a number. That’s the number block, and you can see, from this image, that this device has created 332 bound witnesses.
If you’re a bit confused on what everything means, don’t worry — we’re working on making this as user-friendly as possible. But we’re proud to deliver a dashboard and platform to show the bound witnesses you’ve created, and how your data is contributing to the network!
Ready to kick the tires and let us know if you’ve found any bugs? Follow Founder and CEO Arie Trouw on Twitter.