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List Confirmed Crypto Transactions By Address API

List confirmed crypto transactions by address API for listing transactions by an attribute address
This list confirmed crypto transactions by address API created by Crypto APIs delivers data for the purpose of listing transactions by an attribute address. Developers who are using the confirmed crypto transactions by address data, use it for many projects, a few of which are; confirming transactions for crypto platforms, mobile applications, website plugins, building crypto investment tools and more. The possibilities are boundless of course and it is sure that alternative business cases come to mind, so work with the data for your business case and it will be interesting to see what becomes of it. The database has global data coverage available. The API is used by small business, medium business and enterprises, some examples of the type of company that uses the API are cryptocurrency platforms, crypto exchanges and investment platforms. They use the data within the cryptocurrency, blockchain, investment and finance industry. When filtering the system based on the blockchain, network, address, context, limit and offset you can get the response that you need for your project.

List Confirmed Crypto Transactions By Address API endpoints

GET

/blockchain-data/{blockchain}/{network}/addresses/{address}/transactions

To be able to receive a data response like in the response of the example, you need to connect with the confirmed crypto transactions by address API endpoint by sending a GET data request to the endpoint; /blockchain-data/{blockchain}/{network}/addresses/{address}/transactions using the required object parameters. Using the API key parameter and setting it up with your personal key, you can start receiving data by using any of the major programming languages. To get the output desired, make use of the parameters and objects as explained by the object and description table. To make data request, place the endpoint into the URL field.

Data filters

Find here the filter methods applicable with the list confirmed crypto transactions by address data.
Filters
blockchain offset
network
address
context
limit

Data object description

Make use of the object table to interpret the objects with their related description and make a call with the different parameters available.
Objects Description
apiVersion Specifies the version of the API that incorporates this endpoint.
requestId Defines the ID of the request. The requestId is generated by Crypto APIs and it’s unique for every request.
context In batch situations the user can use the context to correlate responses with requests. This property is present regardless of whether the response was successful or returned as an error. context is specified by the user.
data
limit Defines how many items should be returned in the response per page basis.
offset The starting index of the response items, i.e. where the response should start listing the returned items.
total Defines the total number of items returned in the response.
items
transactionId Represents the unique identifier of a transaction, i.e. it could be transactionId in UTXO-based protocols like Bitcoin, and transaction hash in Ethereum blockchain.
index Represents the index position of the transaction in the block.
minedInBlockHash Represents the hash of the block where this transaction was mined/confirmed for first time. The hash is defined as a cryptographic digital fingerprint made by hashing the block header twice through the SHA256 algorithm.
minedInBlockHeight Represents the hight of the block where this transaction was mined/confirmed for first time. The height is defined as the number of blocks in the blockchain preceding this specific block.
recipients Represents a list of recipient addresses with the respective amounts. In account-based protocols like Ethereum there is only one address in this list.
address The address which receives this transaction. In UTXO-based protocols like Bitcoin there could be several senders while in account-based protocols like Ethereum there is always only one recipient.
amount Represents the amount received to this address.
senders Represents a list of sender addresses with the respective amounts. In account-based protocols like Ethereum there is only one address in this list.
address Represents the address which sends this transaction. In UTXO-based protocols like Bitcoin there could be several senders while in account-based protocols like Ethereum there is always only one sender.
amount Represents the total amount sent by this address including the fee.
timestamp Defines the exact date/time in Unix Timestamp when this transaction was mined, confirmed or first seen in Mempool, if it is unconfirmed.
transactionHash Represents the same as transactionId for account-based protocols like Ethereum, while it could be different in UTXO-based protocols like Bitcoin. E.g., in UTXO-based protocols hash is different from transactionId for SegWit transactions.
etc etc

List confirmed crypto transactions by address API response output

Example data response of the endpoint request. More data is available, this example is limited to make it more readable. Opt-in for the system to receive the complete output.
				
					{
    "apiVersion": "2021-03-20",
    "requestId": "601c1710034ed6d407996b30",
    "context": "yourExampleString",
    "data": {
        "limit": 50,
        "offset": 0,
        "total": 100,
        "items": [
            {
                "transactionId": "4b66461bf88b61e1e4326356534c135129defb504c7acb2fd6c92697d79eb250",
                "index": 1,
                "minedInBlockHash": "00000000407f119ecb74b44229228910400aaeb9f4e3b9869955b85a53e9b7db",
                "minedInBlockHeight": 1903849,
                "recipients": [
                    {
                        "address": "2MzakdGTEp8SMWEHKwKM4HYv6uNCBXtHpkV",
                        "amount": "0.000144"
                    }
                ],
                "senders": [
                    {
                        "address": "2N5PcdirZUzKF9bWuGdugNuzcQrCbBudxv1",
                        "amount": "0.00873472"
                    }
                ],
                "timestamp": 1582202940,
                "transactionHash": "1ec73b0f61359927d02376b35993b756b1097cb9a857bec23da4c98c4977d2b2",
                "fee": {
                    "amount": "0.00016932",
                    "unit": "BTC"
                },
                "blockchainSpecific": {
                    "locktime": 1781965,
                    "size": 125,
                    "vSize": 166,
                    "version": 2,
                    "vin": [
                        {
                            "addresses": [
                                "2N5PcdirZUzKF9bWuGdugNuzcQrCbBudxv1"
                            ],
                            "coinbase": "0399991d20706f6f6c2e656e6a6f79626f646965732e636f6d20393963336532346234374747a53e994c4a000001",
                            "scriptSig": {
                                "asm": "0014daaf6d5cb86befe42df851a4d1df052e663754c1",
                                "hex": "160014daaf6d5cb86befe42df851a4d1df052e663754c1",
                                "type": "scripthash"
                            },
                            "sequence": "4294967295",
                            "txid": "caee978cae255bbe303ac86152679e46113a8b12925aa3afaa312d89d11ccbf8",
                            "txinwitness": [
                                "3045022100c11ea5740bcd69f0f68a4914279838014d28923134d18e05c5a5486dfd06cc8c02200dadccec3f07bed0d1040f9e5a155efa5fdd40fc91f92342578d26848da4c6b901"
                            ],
                            "value": "0.00873472",
                            "vout": 1
                        }
                    ],
                    "vout": [
                        {
                            "isSpent": true,
                            "scriptPubKey": {
                                "addresses": [
                                    "2N5PcdirZUzKF9bWuGdugNuzcQrCbBudxv1"
                                ],
                                "asm": "OP_HASH160 ca94af32587de4e5006685ffffc65a818ccd3fbc OP_EQUAL",
                                "hex": "a914507a5bd8cac1d9efdf4c0a4bfacb3e0abb4f8d1587",
                                "reqSigs": 1,
                                "type": "scripthash"
                            },
                            "value": "0.000144"
                        }
                    ]
                }
            }
        ]
    }
}
				
			

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