The mirror node REST API offers the ability to query transaction information.
Hedera Mirror Nodes store the history of transactions that occurred on mainnet, testnet, and previewnet. Each transaction generates a record that is stored in a record file. The transaction contents can be accessed by the mirror node Rest APIs
To make a request, use the network endpoint and the Rest API of choice. For example, to get a list of transactions on mainnet you would make the following request.
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>.
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.
List account entities on network
Get account by alias, id, or evm address
Get crypto allowances for an account info
Get token relationships info for an account
Get nfts for an account info
Get fungible token allowances for an account
Get past staking reward payouts for an account
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.
List account balances
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 transaction by id
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:0.0.15000or 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.
List topic messages by id
Get topic message by id and sequence number
Get topic message by consensusTimestamp
List token balances
Get token by id
Get nft info
Get an nfts transction history
Get the network supply
List schedules entities
Get schedule by id
List contract entities on network
Get contract by id
List contract results from a contract on the network
The contract current state from a contract on the network
Get the contract result from a contract on the network executed at a given timestamp
List contract results from all contracts on the network
Get the contract result from a contract on the network for a given transactionId or ethereum transaction hash
Get the contract actions from a contract on the network for a given transactionId or ethereum transaction hash
List contract logs from a contract on the network
List contracts logs across many contracts on the network
Get block by hash or number
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 stateproof information