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I'm trying to test to see if transactions went through or not and blockchain.info is super helpful for this on the real network.

  • There should be. – ripper234 Aug 16 '12 at 10:01

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Yes, blockchain.info has its own testnet service: https://testnet.blockchain.info/

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www.blocktrail.com/tBTC now supports testnet too and has an API for it too (including wallet API)

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Your could also use Biteasy.com Testnet Block Explorer which is pretty fast and also includes a REST API.

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    Apparently it's no longer up. – Nate Eldredge Nov 18 '18 at 2:50
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Blockr.io now also supports Bitcoin TESTNET

Blockr.io Bitcoin TESTNET

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Blockcypher supports testnet3 and has their own testnet.

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TestNet Bitcoin Block Explorer appears to be not working too well at the moment. However, BTCLook does appear to be supporting TestNet and looks like a good alternative.

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I might be a little late to the game here, but blockchain.info do offer testnet resources for SegWit2x. Go to https://testnet5.blockchain.info and you'll see an identical site to the original, but with testnet coins.

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  • This is actually very helpful to me! Thanks, I didn't know that – Karel Bílek Oct 5 '17 at 19:29
  • Oh, it's actually bitcoin2x testnet, not bitcoin core testnet. That's very confusing actually. Please note it in the answer – Karel Bílek Oct 5 '17 at 19:50
  • Oh sorry, I didn't notice that! I haven't got around using it yet so I didn't know. – Celsiuss Oct 6 '17 at 20:12
  • This not working now. – kodmanyagha Dec 20 '17 at 18:53
  • the hostname does not resolve. I tried also just 'testnet' but it just redirects to the mainnet page :( – ekkis Jan 7 at 7:13
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Coinprism.info has a testnet blockchain explorer. It does colored coins as well.

Note that the SSL certificate is self signed.

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Bitpay's insight project supports and has a live version of the testnet.

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You can use mine, for now it's on a best effort basis

  host: 'rcorbish.ydns.eu',
  port: 18332,
  user: 'bitcoinrpc',
  pass: 'password'
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  • A bitcoin daemon isn't exactly a replacement for blockchain.info. For one, it doesn't have a user interface that a non-technical person can easily use. – morsecoder Oct 27 '15 at 13:06
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    No, was trying to help. If this helps: tbtc.blockr.io – Richard Oct 31 '15 at 3:18
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Yes. Blockchain.ino has its own testnet service, Check this link https://testnet.blockchain.info/

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