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Understand Block Explorers

1) Understand the different networks

Below is a list of block explorers that are used on the Gamma platform. All actions involving the GAMMA and xGAMMA tokens currently take place on Ethereum layer-one mainnet, also known as "L1". Liquidity providers can interact with Ethereum L1, as well as several layer two aka "L2" platforms such as Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism.
If you're not sure, and just want to explore all possible networks on a wallet, use the Blockscan site below.
Here, you can see multiple networks for the sample wallet.
Here are the specific network block explorers.
Ethereum (mainnet)

2) Go to Gamma's page on Etherscan (L1)

Since most of the native contracts, tokens, and action occurs on the Ethereum L1 network, we'll be evaluating that network in this guide. There are many ways to get to the Gamma page on etherscan, but the easiest is a direct link below, or to search "gamma" like in the picture below.
If successful, you will have navigated to GAMMA's main etherscan page. There is a ton of information here! Let's go over it.

3) Basic token information

On the top, are some basic information about the GAMMA token's supply, price, holders, socials, links, and the contract address.
The bottom tabs are where all the "action is". The two primary tabs you'll be using are "Transfers" and "Holders" Transfers shows all the sales, buys, transfers, stakes, etc of the GAMMA token. If something happens to the GAMMA token, it appears here. This is very useful for observing activities on the chain, both routine and unusual.
The "Holders" tab shows the wallets holding the most GAMMA in order of largest to smallest. Any wallet that holds GAMMA, whether it is team funds, a private owner, a vesting contract, or anything else is listed here. The Holders tab can help you keep track of "whales" (large holders), vesting contracts, the amount of GAMMA in liquidity pools, and team funds.