This endpoint returns transaction data. Return the latest as well as historical transactions.

Method: GET



List of examples

The best way to understand how to use the Filter API is to visit the section of examples here.

Request Parameters

All request parameters have the format <operator>:<field_name>. Each field of the table can be used as field_name. See the "Response Fields" section below for possible values.


Request Syntax

For more information on how to construct a request using the Filter API click here.

Response Fields

timestampintegerUNIX timestamp in seconds.

The zero value corresponds to the 1st of January 1970 at UTC, called the Unix Epoch.
block_numberintegerThe block number (i.e. height) of the block that the transaction belongs to.
wallet_addressstringThe address of the token holder.
token_addressstringThe address of the token.
token_namestringThe name of the token.
token_symbolstringThe symbol of the token.
balance_basestringThe base amount of the token held.

The base amount is the smallest amount in which a token can be represented. The smallest denomination used by token depends on the token decimals of the underlying token.
balance_tokendoubleThe amount of the token held.

Note: This equals to balance_base divided by 10**token_decimals.

Live Example

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Note: The below live example does not include all possible request parameters.

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