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

transaction_hashstringThe hash of the transaction. Each hash uniquely identifies a transaction.
transaction_indexintegerThe position of the transaction in a block.
block_numberintegerThe block number (i.e. height) of the block that the transaction belongs to.
timestampintegerUNIX timestamp in seconds.

The zero value corresponds to the 1st of January 1970 at UTC, called the Unix Epoch.
from_addressstringThe address that is the sender of the transaction.
to_addressstringThe address that is the recipient of the transaction.
value_gweidoubleThe amount of Ether that was transferred in the transaction (denominated in Gwei).
gas_price_gweidoubleThe cost per unit of gas used in the transaction (denominated in Gwei per unit gas).
gas_limitintegerThe maximum amount of gas that can be used in the block.
gas_usedintegerThe total amount of gas used by all transactions in the block.

Live Example

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