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So let's have a look at some representations of these examples in Algorand so that you can get a feel for how to explore the Algorand ecosystem.


So the first thing we're going to do is we're going to have a look at this usdc asset. And to do that, we're going to use an app called Algo Dex. Here's the Algo Dexcom homepage.


And if we launch the app, this takes us to the algo dex decentralized exchange. Now we can see on the left here that there's a whole heap of different assets.


These are all fungible tokens that are on Algorand. And you can see here we've got Usdc, Stablecoin that we've been talking about.


Now if we look at the information for us DC, we can see here our $18 trillion total supply.


We can see the circulating supply, which is a lower number. So the rest of it would be sitting in the reserve account. And here we've got our ASA.


So this is that asset index parameter that we talked about before. Now, if we go to Algo Explorer, Algo


Explorer is the blockchain explorer that lets you look into the technical detail that's sitting within the blockchain. So you can look at specific transactions


or accounts or in this case, an asset USD safe. And so we can say here all of the transactions that people are issuing against the Usdc coin,


we can see that from in to we can see the fee that was paid. We can see the total amount that was actually transferred.


And we can see here the reserve account, the creator account, whether or not it's default phrase in the decimals, all of the values that we've been talking about,


along with some of the other ones here, like the transaction that actually created this asset. What round number in the blockchain that it was created when it was created


in this case in 2020. Next, let's have a look at our NFT example. This site here is called NFT Explorer.


The domain name for it is NFT Explorer app. And it's basically an aggregation site that aggregates


entities across the entire Algorand ecosystem. Now, the example that I've been showing is from the Algorand project.


It just so happens to be the Algoanna is actually the top collection from the last seven days in terms of volume traded, so it's easy to find.


So if we click through into that collection, then we can see here that there's 489 and we can kind of scroll through and see some of them.


If we want to find out who to go in there, I can search for that and we can find it here. We've got our mustache goanna with a beanie and so we can click


through and have a look at some of the information on this. We can see here the address of the current owner. We can see the fact that it's one of one as it's supply.


We can see some traits which we'll cover in a later lesson and we can click on the link to view it in Algo Explorer.


And here we go. This is a familiar view to what we saw before. We can see, though, that in this case there's a total supply of one with zero decimals.


And we can see that when this gets transferred, it's one goan 220 as the amount. So that's our unit name goan 220.


So let's summarize what we've talked about so far.