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REST API
The mirror node REST API offers the ability to query cryptocurrency transactions and account information from a Hedera managed mirror node.
Public mainnet mirror node requests are throttled at 100 requests per second (rps). This may change in the future depending upon performance or security considerations. At this time, no authentication is required.

Accounts

The accounts object represents the information associated with an account and returns a list of account information.‌
Account IDs take the following format: 0.0.<account number>.‌
Example: 0.0.1000‌
Account IDs can also take the account number as an input value. For example, for account ID 0.0.1000, the number 1000 can be specified in the request.
get
/api/v1/accounts
accounts
Note: The list of transaction types that you can query can be found here.

Response Details

Response Item
Description
account
The ID of the account
auto renew period
The period in which the account will auto renew
balance
The timestamp and account balance of the account
tokens
The tokens and their balances associated to the specified account
deleted
Whether the account was deleted or not (Boolean)
expiry timestamp
The expiry date for the entity as set by a create or update transaction
key
The public key associated with the account
max_automatic_token_associations
The number of automatic token associations, if any
memo
The account memo, if any
receiver_sig_required
Whether or not the account requires a signature to receive a transfer into the account
links.next
Hyperlink to the next page of results

Optional Filtering

Operator
Example
Description
lt (less than)
/api/v1/accounts?account.id=lt:0.0.1000
Returns account IDs less then 1000
lte (less than or equal to)
/api/v1/accounts?account.id=lte:0.0.1000
Returns account IDs less than or equal to 1000
gt (greater than)
/api/v1/accounts?account.id=gt:0.0.1000
Returns account IDs greater than 1000
gte (greater than or equal to)
/api/v1/accounts?account.id=gte:0.0.1000
Returns account IDs greater than or equal to 1000
order (order asc or desc values)
/api/v1/accounts?order=asc
/api/v1/accounts?order=desc
Returns account information in ascending order
Returns account information in descending order

Additional Examples

Example Requests
Description
/api/v1/accounts?account.id=0.0.1001
Returns the account information of account 1001
/api/v1/accounts?account.balance=gt:1000
Returns all account information that have a balance greater than 1000 tinybars
/api/v1/accounts?account.publickey=2b60955bcbf0cf5e9ea880b52e5b63f664b08edf6ed 15e301049517438d61864
Returns all account information for 2b60955bcbf0cf5e9ea880b52e5b63f664b08edf6ed15e301049517438d61864 public key
/api/v1/accounts/2?transactionType=cryptotransfer
Returns the crypto transfer transactions for account 2.

Balances

The balance object represents the balance of accounts on the Hedera network. You can retrieve this to view the most recent balance of all the accounts on the network at that given time. The balances object returns the account ID and the balance in hbars. Balances are checked on a periodic basis and thus return the most recent snapshot of time captured prior to the request.
get
/api/v1/balances
balances

Response Details

Response Item
Description
timestamp
The seconds.nanoseconds of the timestamp at which the list of balances for each account are returned
balances
List of balances for each account
account
The ID of the account
balance
The balance of the account
tokens
The tokens that are associated to this account
tokens.token_id
The ID of the token associated to this account
tokens.balance
The token balance for the specified token associated to this account
links.next
Hyperlink to the next page of results

Optional Filtering

Operator
Example
Description
lt (less than)
/api/v1/balances?account.id=lt:0.0.1000
Returns the balances of account IDs less than 1,000
lte (less than or equal to)
/api/v1/balances?account.id=lte:0.0.1000
Returns the balances account IDs less than or equal to 1,000
gt (greater than)
/api/v1/balances?account.id=gt:0.0.1000
Returns the balances of account IDs greater than to 1,000
gte (greater than or equal to)
/api/v1/balances?account.id=gte:0.0.1000
Returns the balances of account IDs greater than or equal to 1,000
order (order asc or desc values)
/api/v1/balances?order=asc
/api/v1/balances?order=desc
Lists balances in ascending order
Lists balances in descending order

Additional Examples

Example Requests
Description
/api/v1/balances?account.id=0.0.1000
Returns balance for account ID 1,000
/api/v1/balances?account.balance=gt:1000
Returns all account IDs that have a balance greater than 1000 tinybars
/api/v1/balances?timestamp=1566562500.040961001
Returns all account balances referencing the latest snapshot that occurred prior to 1566562500 seconds and 040961001 nanoseconds
/api/v1/balances?account.publickey=2b60955bcbf0cf5e9ea880b52e5b6 3f664b08edf6ed15e301049517438d61864
Returns balance information for 2b60955bcbf0cf5e9ea880b52e5b63f664b08edf6ed 15e301049517438d61864 public key

Transactions

The transaction object represents the transactions processed on the Hedera network. You can retrieve this to view the transaction metadata information including transaction id, timestamp, transaction fee, transfer list, etc. If a transaction was submitted to multiple nodes, the successful transaction and duplicate transaction(s) will be returned as separate entries in the response with the same transaction ID. Duplicate transactions will still be assessed network fees.
get
/api/v1/transactions
transactions
Note: The list of transaction types that you can query can be found here.

Response Details

Response Item
Description
consensus timestamp
The consensus timestamp in seconds.nanoseconds
transaction hash
The hash value of the transaction processed on the Hedera network
valid start timestamp
The time the transaction is valid
charged tx fee
The transaction fee that was charged for that transaction
transaction id
The ID of the transaction
memo base64
The memo attached to the transaction encoded in Base64 format
result
Whether the cryptocurrency transaction was successful or not
name
The type of transaction
max fee
The maximum transaction fee the client is willing to pay
valid duration seconds
The seconds for which a submitted transaction is to be deemed valid beyond the start time. The transaction is invalid if consensusTimestamp is greater than transactionValidStart + valid_duration_seconds.
node
The ID of the node that submitted the transaction to the network
transfers
A list of the account IDs the crypto transfer occurred between and the amount that was transferred. A negative (-) sign indicates a debit to that account. The transfer list includes the transfers between the from account and to account, the transfer of the node fee, the transfer of the network fee, and the transfer of the service fee for that transaction. If the transaction was not processed, a network fee is still assessed.
token transfers
The token ID, account, and amount that was transferred to by this account in this transaction. This will not be listed if it did not occur in the transaction
assessed custom fees
The fees that were charged for a custom fee token transfer
links.next
A hyperlink to the next page of responses

Optional Filtering

Operator
Example
Description
lt (less than)
/api/v1/transactions?account.id=lt:0.0.1000
Returns account.id transactions less than 1,000
lte (less than or equal to)
/api/v1/transactions?account.id=lte:0.0.1000
Returns account.id transactions less than or equal to 1,000
gt (greater than)
/api/v1/transactions?account.id=gt:0.0.1000
Returns account.id transactions greater than 1,000
gte (greater than or equal to)
api/v1/transactions?account.id=gte:0.0.1000
Returns account.id transactions greater than or equal to 1,000
order (order asc or desc values)
/api/v1/transactions?order=asc
/api/v1/transactions?order=desc
Lists transactions in ascending order Lists transactions descending order
Note: It is recommended that the account.id query should not select no more than 1000 accounts in a query. If the range specified in the query results in selecting more than 1000 accounts, the API will automatically only search for the first 1000 accounts that match the query in the database and return the transactions for those. For example, if you use ?account.id=gt:0.0.15000 or if you use?account.id=gt:0.0.15000&account.id=lt:0.0.30000, then the API will only return results or some 1000 accounts in this range that match the rest of the query filters.‌
A single transaction can also be returned by specifying the transaction ID in the request. If a transaction was submitted to multiple nodes, the response will return entries for the successful transaction along with separate entries for the duplicate transaction(s). The "result" key indicates "success" for the node that processed the transaction and "DUPLICATE_TRANSACTION" for each additional node submission. Duplicate entries are still charged network fees.
Parameter
Description
{transaction_ID}
A specific transaction can be returned by specifying a transaction ID

Additional Examples

Example Request
Description
/api/v1/transactions/?account.id=0.0.1000
Returns transaction for account ID 1,000
/api/v1/transactions?timestamp=1565779209.711927001
Returns transactions at 1565779209 seconds and 711927001 nanoseconds
/api/v1/transactions?result=fail
Returns all transactions that have failed
/api/v1/transactions?account.id=0.0.13622&type=credit /api/v1/transactions?account.id=0.0.13622&type=debit
Returns all transactions that deposited into an account ID 0.0.13622
Returns all transactions that withdrew from account ID 0.0.13622
/api/v1/transactions?transactionType=cryptotransfer
Returns all cryptotransfer transactions
get
/api/v1/topics/:topicId/messages/
topic messages

Response Details

Response Item
Description
consensus_timestamp
The consensus timestamp of the message in seconds.nanoseconds
topic_id
The ID of the topic the message was submitted to
message
The content of the message
running_hash
The new running hash of the topic that received the message
sequence_number
The sequence number of the message relative to all other messages for the same topic

Tokens

get
/api/v1/tokens
tokens

Response Details

Response Item
Description
token_Id
The ID of the token in x.y.z format
symbol
The symbol of the token
adminKey
The admin key for the token

Additional Examples

Example Request
Description
/api/v1/tokens?publickey=3c3d546321ff6f63d70 1d2ec5c277095874e19f4a235bee1e6bb19258bf362be
All tokens with matching admin key
/api/v1/tokens?account.id=0.0.8
All tokens for matching account
/api/v1/tokens?token.id=gt:0.0.1001
All tokens in range
/api/v1/tokens?order=desc
All tokens in descending order of token.id
/api/v1/tokens?limit=x
All tokens taking the first x number of tokens
get
/api/v1/tokens/:token_id/balances
token balances

Response Details

Response Item
Description
timestamp
The timestamp of the recorded balances in seconds.nanoseconds
balances
The balance of the tokens in those accounts
account
The ID of the account that has the token balance
balance
The balance of the token associated with the account

Additional Examples

Example Request
Description
/api/v1/tokens/<token_id>/balances?order=asc
The balance of the token in ascending order
/api/v1/tokens/<token_id>/balances?account.id=0.0.1000
The balance of the token for account ID 0.0.1000
/api/v1/tokens/<token_id>/balances?account.balance=gt:1000
The balance for the token greater than 1000
/api/v1/tokens/<token_id>/balances?timestamp=1566562500.040961001
The token balances for the specified timestamp
get
/api/v1/tokens/:tokenId
token info

Response Details

Response Item
Description
admin_key
The token's admin key, if specified
auto_renew_account
The auto renew account ID
auto_renew_period
The period at which the auto renew account will be charged a renewal fee
created_timestamp
The timestamp of when the token was created
decimals
The number of decimal places a token is divisible by
expiry_timestamp
The epoch second at which the token should expire
freeze_default
Whether or not accounts created
fee_schedule_key
The fee schedule key, if any
freeze_key
The freeze key for the token, if specified
initial_supply
The initial supply of the token
kyc_key
The KYC key for the token, if specified
modified_timestamp
The last time the token properties were modified
name
The name of the token
supply_key
The supply key for the token, if specified
symbol
The token symbol
token_id
The token ID
total_supply
The total supply of the token
treasury_account_id
The treasury account of the token
type
whether a token is a fungible or non-fungible token
wipe_key
The wipe key for the token, if specified
custom_fees
The custom fee schedule for the token, if any
pause_key
The pause key for a token, if specified
get
/api/v1/tokens/{tokenId}/nfts
NFTs

Response Details

Response Item
Description
account_id
The account ID of the account associated with the NFT
created_timestamp
The timestamp of when the NFT was created
deleted
Whether the token was deleted or not
metadata
The meta data of the NFT
modified_timestamp
The last time the token properties were modified
serial_number
The serial number of the NFT
token_id
The token ID of the NFT
get
/api/v1/tokens/{tokenId}/nfts/{serialNumber}
NFT info

Response Details

Response Item
Description
account_id
The account ID of the account associated with the NFT
created_timestamp
The timestamp of when the NFT was created
deleted
Whether the token was deleted or not
metadata
The meta data of the NFT
modified_timestamp
The last time the token properties were modified
serial_number
The serial number of the NFT
token_id
The token ID of the NFT
get
/api​/v1​/tokens​/{tokenId}​/nfts​/{serialNumber}​/transactions
NFT transaction history

Response Details

Response Item
Description
created_timestamp
The timestamp of the transaction
id
The timestamp of the transaction
receiver_account_id
The account that received the NFT
sender_account_id
The account that sent the NFT
type
The type of transaction
token_id
The token ID of the NFT
get
/api/v1/network/supply
network supply

Schedule Transactions

get
/api/v1/schedules
schedule list

Response Details

Response Item
Description
schedules
List of schedules
adminKey
The admin key on the schedule
adminKey._type
The type of key
adminKey.key
The admin public key
consensus_timestamp
The consensus timestamp of when the schedule was created
creator_account_id
The account ID of the creator of the schedule
executed_timestamp
The timestamp at which the transaction that was scheduled was executed at
memo
A string of characters associated with the memo if set
payer_account_id
The account ID of the account paying for the execution of the transaction
schedule_id
The ID of the schedule entity
signatures
The list of keys that signed the transaction
signatures.consensus_timestamp
The consensus timestamp at which the signature was added
signatures.public_key_prefix
The signatures public key prefix
signatures.signature
The signature of the key that signed the schedule transaction
transaction_body
The transaction body of the transaction that was scheduled
links.next
Hyperlink to the next page of results
get
/api/v1/schedules/{scheduleId}
schedule transaction

Response Details

Response Item
Description
adminKey
The admin key on the schedule
adminKey._type
The type of key
adminKey.key
The admin public key
consensus_timestamp
The consensus timestamp of when the schedule was created
creator_account_id
The account ID of the creator of the schedule
executed_timestamp
The timestamp at which the transaction that was scheduled was executed at
memo
A string of characters associated with the memo if set
payer_account_id
The account ID of the account paying for the execution of the transaction
schedule_id
The ID of the schedule entity
signatures
The list of keys that signed the transaction
signatures.consensus_timestamp
The consensus timestamp at which the signature was added
signatures.public_key_prefix
The signatures public key prefix
signatures.signature
The signature of the key that signed the schedule transaction
transaction_body
The transaction body of the transaction that was scheduled

State Proof Alpha

The Hedera Mirror Node state proof alpha api provides the ability to cryptographically prove a transaction is valid on Hedera network. The request returns the content of the address book file, signature files, and record file that can be used to validate the transaction occurred on the Hedera network. The address book file contains the consensus node account IDs and their public key files. The signature files are of the supermajority consensus nodes that signed the record file the transaction is contained in.
get
/api/v1/transactions/:transaction-id/stateproof
transaction state proof
Response Item
Description
Format
record_file
The record file content for the specified transaction
base64 encoding
signature_files
The signatures file content from the consensus nodes that signed the transaction
base64 encoding
address_books
The address book file contents
base64 encoding
Save the response to a json file and use the check-state-proof cli commands to confirm the validity of the transaction. You can find the instructions here.
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