These commands call some useful miscellaneous tools:
chifra explorea quick way to open a blockchain explorer,
ethslurpan older tool that lets you call data from EtherScan. (This has issues of centralization and data quality, see explanation in its section).
chifra explore opens Etherscan (and other explorers – including our own) to the block, transaction hash, or address you specify. It’s a handy (configurable) way to open an explorer from the command line, nothing more.
Purpose: Open a local or remote explorer for one or more addresses, blocks, or transactions. Usage: chifra explore [flags] <term> [term...] Arguments: terms - one or more address, name, block, or transaction identifier Flags: -l, --local open the local TrueBlocks explorer -g, --google search google excluding popular blockchain explorers -h, --help display this help screen