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Β· One min read

Today we've launched our new Realized Profit and Loss (PnL) feature, designed to provide comprehensive insights into wallet and token profitability. πŸŽ‰

These new endpoints will make it easier than ever to track and analyze your profits and losses across various tokens, as well as allow you to identify the most profitable wallets for a given ERC20 token. 🀩

New Endpoints​

  • Wallet PnL Summary: This endpoint provides an overall profitability summary for a given wallet over a specified timeframe. It includes total profit or loss and other key metrics.
  • Wallet PnL Breakdown: This endpoint offers a detailed breakdown of buys, sells, and profit/loss for each token traded by a given wallet. It helps you understand the performance of individual tokens in your portfolio.
  • Top Profitable Wallets by Token: This endpoint returns the top profitable wallets that have traded a specific token, giving insights into the most successful traders for that token.

Supported Chains​

This initial release supports the following chains:

  • Ethereum
  • Polygon
  • Base

More chain support is coming soon!

For detailed information on how these endpoints work, please visit our FAQs page.

Β· One min read

Our DeFi endpoints now support Pendle on Ethereum, allowing you to track over $2.92b in TVL! πŸ”₯

Endpoints in Scope​

Our Pendle integration is live across the following endpoints:

  • DeFi Protocols by Wallet: This endpoint provides a summary breakdown of all protocols that the wallet is currently interacting with, as well as summary wallet stats including the total USD value held in DeFi protocols, as well as the total unclaimed USD value available.
  • DeFi Positions by Wallet: This endpoint provides a summary breakdown of all protocol positions that the wallet is currently interacting with in a standardized format, with each position being an individual object.
  • Get Detailed DeFi Positions by Wallet and Protocol: This endpoint provides a detailed breakdown of all positions for a given wallet and protocol, including protocol/position-specific data within position_details.

Chain Coveraage​

Pendle is currently live on Ethereum which accounts for 90% of Pendle's TVL.

For a detailed breakdown of supported protocols per chain, check out the Supported DeFi Protocols page.

Stay tuned as we continue to expand our protocol and chain coverage in the coming weeks! πŸš€

Β· One min read

πŸŽ‰ We're excited to announce that we've expanded our Wallet History transaction decodings to include support for Approve and Revoke category types!

These new categories are designed for both ERC20 and NFT tokens, allowing clear labeling and categorization of approval and revocation actions. This enhancement provides detailed information about the amount, spender, and fully decoded token metadata.

Detailed approval or revoke information can now be accessed within the contract_interactions object. Here's an example of an approve transaction:

"category": "approve",
"summary": "Approved 0.000123 USDT",
"contract_interactions": {
"approvals": [
{
"value": "1230000000000000",
"value_formatted": "0.000123",
"token": {
"address": "0xdac17f958d2ee523a2206206994597c13d831ec7",
"address_label": "Tether USD (USDT)",
"token_name": "Tether USD",
"token_logo": "https://cdn.moralis.io/eth/0xdac17f958d2ee523a2206206994597c13d831ec7.png",
"token_symbol": "USDT"
},
"spender": {
"address": "0x111111125421ca6dc452d289314280a0f8842a65",
"address_label": null
}
}
]
}

Currently, the contract_interactions decodes setApprovalForAll (log event ApprovalForAll) and approve (log event Approval) transactions, while revoke categories are defined as approvals with a value of 0 or where setApprovalForAll is false.

Log EventCategoryDecoded Payload
Approval > 0approvecontract_interactions.approvals:[]
ApprovalForAll = trueapprovecontract_interactions.set_approvals_all:[]
Approval = 0revokecontract_interactions.revokes:[]
ApprovalForAll = falserevokecontract_interactions.set_revokes_all:[]

For a complete list of all supported categories, please visit the Wallet History resource page.

Stay tuned as we continue expanding our transaction decodings to include even more categories! πŸš€

Β· One min read

Our DeFi Positions feature is now fully live! πŸš€ We're excited to announce the launch of three powerful new endpoints that make it easier than ever to fetch a wallet's DeFi balance and positions. 🀩

New Endpoints​

  • DeFi Protocols by Wallet: This endpoint provides a summary breakdown of all protocols that the wallet is currently interacting with, as well as summary wallet stats including the total USD value held in DeFi protocols, as well as the total unclaimed USD value available.
  • DeFi Positions by Wallet: This endpoint provides a summary breakdown of all protocol positions that the wallet is currently interacting with in a standardized format, with each position being an individual object.
  • Get Detailed DeFi Positions by Wallet and Protocol: This endpoint provides a detailed breakdown of all positions for a given wallet and protocol, including protocol/position-specific data within position_details.

Protocols & Chains​

This initial release sees support for the following:

  • Protocols: Uniswap (v2 & v3), Aave (v2 & v3), Eigenlayer, Lido, MakerDAO, PancakeSwap, SushiSwap and many more, with even more coming very soon.
  • Chains: Ethereum, Polygon, Binance, Base, Optimism, Arbitrum, Avalanche and Linea

For a detailed breakdown of supported protocols per chain, check out the Supported DeFi Protocols page.

Stay tuned as we continue to expand our protocol and chain coverage in the coming weeks! πŸš€

Β· One min read

Our NFT Trades API has had a complete overhaul 🀩 As part of this, we've launched two new endpoints, extended our NFT Marketplace coverage, extended our chain coverage, and also enriched all APIs with additional metadata πŸš€

New Endpoints​

In addition to our pre-existing NFT Trades by Collection endpoint, we've added the following:

Marketplace Coverage​

Our NFT Marketplace coverage now includes:

  • OpenSea
  • Blur
  • LooksRare
  • X2Y2
  • 0xProtocol

With more coming soon πŸš€

Chain Coverage​

Our NFT Trades feature is available across the following chains:

  • Ethereum
  • Polygon
  • Binance
  • Arbitrum
  • Avalanche
  • Optimism
  • Base

Check out our NFT Marketplaces page for more detail about which chains support which marketplaces.

Enhanced Metadata​

All of our NFT Trade endpoints have been enriched with the following data:

  • Marketplace Metadata: Includes marketplace name (Blur, OpenSea, LooksRare, etc.) and logo.
  • Collection Metadata: Displays collection name and logo for every trade.
  • Token Metadata: Shows token name, symbol, and logo of the native or ERC20 token used in the sale.
  • Current USD Value: Displays the current USD value of the NFT/trade based on the native or ERC20 token used.
  • NFT Metadata: Token/NFT metadata can now be included across all endpoints with nft_metadata=true.

Happy building! πŸš€

Β· One min read

Today we've launched two new endpoints allowing you to fetch NFT sale prices by collection and by token id 🀩

Both of these endpoints provide you with rich insights into the last_sale, lowest_sale, highest_sale and average_sale for a given timeframe.

These endpoints are supported across the following NFT Marketplaces:

  • OpenSea (Ethereum, Polygon, Binance, Arbitrum, Avalanche, Optimism, Base)
  • Blur (Ethereum)
  • LooksRare (Ethereum)
  • X2Y2 (Ethereum)
  • 0xProtocol (Ethereum)

The initial release of these endpoints support native-token sales, with full ERC20-support coming very soon πŸš€

Check-out the endpoints on our Swagger:

Β· One min read

We're excited to announce that we are now live with our Linea integration across our entire product suite πŸ”₯

Add Linea support to your dapps in seconds by simply including the new linea chain identifier.

Read more about our Linea integration.

Β· One min read

Today we're excited to announce that we have enriched our ERC20 Token metadata endpoints with two new metrics: Total Supply and Fully Diluted Valuation (FDV) ✨

When fetching token metadata, you'll now be returned with the following:

  • total_supply: Total tokens created minus any that have been burned
  • total_supply_formatted: Total tokens created minus any that have been burned (decimal formatted)
  • fully_diluted_valuation: Fully Diluted Valuation (FDV), this represents the token's current_price x total_supply

Here's an example for Pepe:

{
"address": "0x6982508145454ce325ddbe47a25d4ec3d2311933",
"address_label": "Pepe (PEPE)",
"name": "Pepe",
"symbol": "PEPE",
"decimals": "18",
"logo": "https://logo.moralis.io/0x1_0x6982508145454ce325ddbe47a25d4ec3d2311933_26fdbd9bd7014ce9b72656a59ba47626",
"logo_hash": null,
"thumbnail": "https://logo.moralis.io/0x1_0x6982508145454ce325ddbe47a25d4ec3d2311933_26fdbd9bd7014ce9b72656a59ba47626",
"total_supply": "420689899999994793099999999997400",
"total_supply_formatted": "420689899999994.7930999999999974",
"fully_diluted_valuation": "3399713297.76",
"block_number": "19754261",
"validated": 1,
"created_at": "2023-04-14T14:51:35.000Z",
"possible_spam": false,
"verified_contract": true,
"categories": [
"Meme"
],
"links": {
"twitter": "https://twitter.com/pepecoineth",
"website": "https://www.pepe.vip/",
"telegram": "https://t.me/pepecoineth"
}
}

This is now available across all our mainnet chains πŸ”₯

Check-out all our supported chains here.

Β· One min read

Today we have enriched our ERC20 Token metadata endpoints with Token Categories and Token Links 🀩

When fetching token metadata, you'll now be returned with categories and links for each token.

Here's an example for Uniswap:

[
{
"address": "0x1f9840a85d5af5bf1d1762f925bdaddc4201f984",
"address_label": "Uniswap (UNI)",
"name": "Uniswap",
"symbol": "UNI",
"decimals": "18",
"logo": "https://logo.moralis.io/0x1_0x1f9840a85d5af5bf1d1762f925bdaddc4201f984_fb68fa4a10b54fb793f61fc46a2b04b9",
"logo_hash": "064ee9557deba73c1a31014a60f4c081284636b785373d4ccdd1b3440df11f43",
"thumbnail": "https://logo.moralis.io/0x1_0x1f9840a85d5af5bf1d1762f925bdaddc4201f984_fb68fa4a10b54fb793f61fc46a2b04b9",
"total_supply": "1000000000000000000000000000",
"total_supply_formatted": "1000000000",
"block_number": "10861674",
"validated": 1,
"created_at": "2020-09-14T18:11:26.000Z",
"possible_spam": false,
"verified_contract": true,
"categories": [
"Automated Market Maker (AMM)",
"Decentralized Exchange (DEX)",
"Decentralized Finance (DeFi)"
],
"links": {
"twitter": "https://twitter.com/Uniswap",
"website": "https://uniswap.org/",
"reddit": "https://www.reddit.com/r/Uniswap",
"discord": "https://discord.gg/FCfyBSbCU5",
"github": "https://github.com/Uniswap/"
}
}
]

We support the following token links:

  • website
  • facebook
  • github
  • youtube
  • linkedin
  • tiktok
  • discord
  • telegram
  • twitter
  • medium
  • bitbucket
  • instagram
  • reddit

This is now available across the following chains:

  • Ethereum
  • Polygon
  • Binance
  • Arbitrum
  • Optimism
  • Base
  • Linea
  • Avalanche
  • Fantom

Check-out all our supported chains here.

Β· One min read

Polygon Amoy is now available across all of our APIs and Streams API!

Polygon Amoy replaces Polygon Mumbai and we highly recommend that developers switch to Polygon Amoy as soon as possible. Polygon Mumbail will be deprecated on 29th April 2024.

Polygon Amoy Chain Details:

  • API chain query parameter: polygon amoy or 0x13881
  • SDK chain identifier: EvmChain.POLYGON_AMOY

Check-out all our supported chains here.

Β· One min read

We’ve just launched our Wallet History endpoint, allowing you to fetch a wallet's full transaction history, fully decoded, labelled and enriched with a single API call 🀯

With support for over 15 categories, such as Token Swap, NFT Sale, Mint, Burn and many more, this endpoint is a total game-changer for anyone building a wallet or activity feed πŸ”₯

This endpoint includes several query parameters:

  • chain: Choose the blockchain to query 🌐
  • from_block and to_block: Set the block range for the transactions you're interested in πŸ“Š. If both from_date and from_block (or to_date and to_block) are provided, the block parameter takes precedence.
  • from_date and to_date: Specify the date range for transactions. Accepts seconds or date strings compatible with moment.js πŸ“….
  • internal_transactions: Include internal transactions in your results when set to true βœ….
  • nft_metadata: Include NFT metadata in your results when set to true βœ….
  • cursor: Use this to paginate through results, utilizing the cursor provided in the previous response πŸ”„.
  • order: Sort the results in ascending (ASC) or descending (DESC) order πŸ”’.
  • limit: Adjust the page size of your results to your preference πŸ“.

Check-out the API reference for more information

Β· One min read

Today we're super excited to announce the launch of ERC20 Token Owners 🀩

This endpoint allows you to instantly fetch all owners of a given ERC20 token, sorted by highest holders first, letting you quickly understand the top holders of a token.

For each token holder, gain insights into their wallet balance, whether they are a contract or not, their owner address, label, USD value, and their percentage relative to the total token supply πŸ”₯

Here's an example response:

{
"balance": "10930056627204137678149589",
"balance_formatted": "10930056.627204137678149589",
"is_contract": false,
"owner_address": "0x6cc5f688a315f3dc28a7781717a9a798a59fda7b",
"owner_address_label": "OKX",
"usd_value": "116329685.478903487324714661",
"percentage_relative_to_total_supply": 1.0930056627204137
}

Test it out yourself and start building today πŸš€

Β· One min read

We’ve got some big token logo news for our Token API ✨

Say goodbye to outdated token visuals - we're bringing industry-leading coverage of EVM token logos to Moralis!

All of our Token API endpoints are now fully enriched with the latest token logos 🀩

No matter whether you're fetching ERC20 transfers, tracking token balances or fetching real-time prices; all endpoints now include token logos optimized for your frontend applications πŸ”₯

Β· One min read

On April 5th, 2024, we plan to deprecate Ethereum Goerli testnet and therefore advise customers to switch over to Ethereum Holesky testnet as soon as possible.

Following Ethereum Goerli's deprecation on March 13th 2024, we will also fully remove support for Ethereum Goerli on April 5th. Customers that are currently still using Ethereum Goerli for historical transaction data are strongly advised to migrate to Ethereum Holesky as soon as possible.

Ethereum Holesky chain details:

  • API chain query parameter: holesky or 0x4268
  • SDK chain identifier: EvmChain.HOLESKY

Check-out all our supported chains here.

Β· 2 min read

Today we're excited to unveil a series of enhancements to our Market Data API, including two new endpoints, making our data even more accessible and comprehensive. And the best part? All these features are now available to our free plan users as well! 🀩

πŸš€ New Endpoints​

Dive deeper into the crypto market with our latest additions:

✨ Enhanced Endpoints​

We've enriched our existing endpoints with valuable data points to offer you a more detailed market overview:

  • Top NFT Collections by Market Cap now includes:
    • collection_address: returns the token address for the NFT Collection
    • floor_price: returns the floor price in the native currency (in addition to the previously supported floor_price_usd)
    • floor_price_usd_24hr_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the USD floor price, over a 24-hour period
  • Top NFT Collections by Trading Volume now includes:
    • collection_address: returns the token address for the NFT Collection
    • average_price: returns the average native price this collection has sold for, considering all sales, in the last 24 hours
    • floor_price: returns the floor price in the native currency (in addition to the previously supported floor_price_usd)
    • floor_price_usd_24hr_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the USD floor price, over a 24-hour period
    • floor_price_7d_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the native currency floor price, over a 7-day period
    • floor_price_usd_7d_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the USD floor price, over a 7-day period
    • floor_price_30d_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the native currency floor price, over a 30-day period
    • floor_price_usd_30d_percent_change: returns the percentage change in the USD floor price, over a 30-day period

πŸŽ‰ Free Access​

All these enriched features and data points are now part of our free plan, ensuring that everyone has access to comprehensive market insights. πŸŽ‰

Explore the Updated Market Data API Docs for more information.

Β· One min read

On March 29th, 2024, we plan to deprecate Base Goerli testnet and therefore advise customers to switch over to Base Sepolia testnet as soon as possible.

Following Base Goerli's deprecation on February 9th 2024, we will fully remove support for Base Goerli on March 29th. Customers that are currently still using Base Goerli for historical transaction data are strongly advised to migrate to Base Sepolia as soon as possible.

Base Sepolia chain details:

  • API chain query parameter: base sepolia or 0x14a34
  • SDK chain identifier: EvmChain.BASE_SEPOLIA

Check-out all our supported chains here.

Β· One min read

We’ve just launched our Wallet Net-worth endpoint, allowing you to fetch the USD value of a wallet, across all chains and assets, with a single API call 🀯

This endpoint features three query parameters:

  • chains: specify multiple chains πŸ₯³
  • exclude_spam: when set to true, this will exclude spam tokens from the calculation (recommended)
  • exclude_unverified_contracts: when set to true, this will exclude tokens that are not verified on CoinGecko (recommended)

Check-out the API reference for more information, and see this endpoint in action over on our YouTube channel.

Β· One min read

We've launched a new endpoint for fetching ERC20 tokens by wallet which includes token balances, metadata, USD prices and a whole lot more for every token 🀩

Compared to our regular token balances endpoint, this endpoint includes the following extra data points per token:

  • balance_formatted: decimal formatted balance
  • usd_price: current price of the token
  • usd_price_24hr_percent_change: 24hr change as a percentage
  • usd_price_24hr_usd_change: 24hr change in usd value
  • usd_value: the value of the wallet's holdings
  • usd_value_24hr_usd_change: 24hr change in value of the wallet's holdings
  • portfolio_percentage: the percentage that this token represents of the wallet's token portfolio
  • native_token: this can be true or false and is used to identify the chain's native token

It also includes some powerful new query parameters:

  • exclude_spam: when set to true this will exclude all tokens marked as spam from the response (defaults to false)
  • exclude_unverified_contracts: when set to true this will exclude all tokens that are not verified on Coingecko (defaults to false)
  • exclude_native: when set to true this will exclude the chain's native token from the holdings (defaults to false)

Check-out the API reference for more information, and see this endpoint in action over on our YouTube channel.

Β· One min read

Today we've launched a number of enhancements to our NFT collection endpoints πŸ”₯ They include:

  • Richer NFT collection metadata
  • Expansion of verified_collection status across more chains
  • Token counts on NFT collections by wallet
  • Bulk fetch NFT collection metadata

Richer Collection Metadata​

We've added the following properties to our NFT Collection metadata:

  • collection_logo
  • collection_banner_image
  • collection_category
  • project_url
  • wiki_url
  • discord_url
  • telegram_url
  • twitter_username
  • instagram_username

Enhanced metadata can be found on the following endpoints:

Expansion of Verified Collections​

Our verified_collection status, which was previously only supported on Ethereum, is now available on these additional chains:

  • Polygon
  • Binance
  • Arbitrum
  • Avalanche
  • Optimism
  • Base

This status reflects whether or not the collection has been verified on OpenSea.

Token Counts​

We've introduced a new query parameter when fetching NFT Collections by wallet call token_counts. When set to true, this will add the total number of NFTs held in each collection by the wallet to the response data.

Bulk Fetch Collection Metadata​

We've added a new endpoint, Get metadata for multiple NFT Collections, that allows you to fetch metadata for up to 25 NFT collections in one request.

Β· One min read

Today we've launched filtering and sorting across the many of our transfer and transaction endpoints πŸš€

Filter by contract address​

Wallet transfer endpoints can now be filtered by specific contract addresses (one or many), allowing you to filter results down to specific contract(s). You'll find a new query parameter called contract_addresses on the following endpoints:

Sort by date​

All of our transfer and transaction endpoints can now be ordered by date asc/desc. Previously, all endpoints were sorted by desc as default, giving you the latest transactions first. Now, you can order these endpoints with order=asc to get the earliest transactions first. You'll find a new query parameter called order on the following endpoints:

Β· One min read

On March 4, 2024, we will phase out our old public RPC URLs specific to WalletConnect within the earlier version of the Moralis JS SDK (v1). This update affects users that are currently using WalletConnect in the frontend who have not opted for a custom RPC URL. The RPC URLs slated for discontinuation follow the format: https://speedy-nodes-nyc.moralis.io/WalletConnect/eth/mainnet.

If you have already upgraded to our latest version of the JS SDK, or you do not use the WalletConnect feature in our v1 SDK, your operations will remain unaffected. For those still using these specific URLs, transitioning to a custom RPC URL is required. This can be easily achieved by updating the rpcMap parameter in the Moralis.authenticate method.

Summary and Migration Guide To migrate from the soon-to-be-retired speedy nodes, users are required to replace these deprecated URLs with an alternative RPC provider. This process involves specifying your chosen provider's RPC URL in the rpcMap parameter during authentication with Moralis. This change ensures continuous and uninterrupted service following the deprecation date. Please refer to our migration guide for more information.

Β· One min read

We're excited to announce that our Optimism integration is now live across all our Web3 APIs πŸ”₯

Add Optimism support in seconds by simply including the new optimism chain identifier.

Read more about our Optimism integration.

Β· One min read

We've launched a new endpoint that allows you to fetch SPL Token metadata on Solana πŸ”₯

In the same way you could already fetch NFT metadata, it's now possible to fetch metadata for all SPL tokens. For each token we return:

  • Mint
  • Standard
  • Name
  • Symbol
  • Metaplex details

We are aware of a bug on our current NFT Metadata endpoint, which returns SPL Token metadata for certain tokens. If you are using the NFT endpoint in this way, we strongly advise that you begin using the new SPL Token Metadata endpoint.

Try it out over on our Solana swagger.

Β· One min read

The wait is over! We're excited to announce that we are now live with our Base integration across our entire product suite πŸ”₯

Add Base support to your dapps in seconds by simply including the new base chain identifier.

Read more about our Base integration.

Β· One min read

Starting today, September 11th, 2023, we're implementing a series of significant API changes to v2 of our EVM API as described in an earlier post. Some of these changes are breaking changes, but will ultimately provide you with a faster, more reliable, and more consistent experience.

If you are on API v2 and are impacted by these changes you can find a comprehensive migration guide here.

For those who have transitioned to v2.2, rest assured that your operations remain unaffected by these updates.

Β· 2 min read

We’re excited to announce that v2.2 of our EVM API is officially live and ready for immediate integration into your applications.

New features in v2.2​

As part of v2.2, we've introduced 5 new endpoints designed to provide total counts for popular use-cases related to Wallets, NFTs, ERC20s and Blocks. These endpoints are particularly valuable for those who will be impacted by the breaking changes coming to v2 in September, and are available now allowing for a smooth migration:

These new endpoints can be found at our latest v2.2 swagger https://deep-index.moralis.io/api-docs-2.2

Extended Deadline for Breaking Changes​

We initially announced that breaking changes would be rolled out on September 4th. However, in order to maximize the window for you to integrate these new endpoints, we're pushing the date for breaking changes to September 11th. This gives you two weeks to integrate the new endpoints into your applications, as previously outlined in our earlier post.

Continuation of v2​

Starting from September 11th, v2 will still be operational, but it will incorporate the announced breaking changes and deprecated endpoints will be removed. For most customers who are not impacted by these updates, it's perfectly safe to continue using v2. However, we strongly recommend upgrading to the latest version to benefit from all the new features and improvements.

Summary​

  • API v2.2 is now available
  • New endpoints for total counts are available in v2.2.
  • Breaking changes will now be rolled out on September 11th, giving you an extra week to prepare.
  • Version 2 will continue to be operational but will incorporate breaking changes and deprecated endpoints will be removed, starting September 11th.
  • If you are not affected by the breaking changes outlined here, you can continue to use v2 safely.
  • Full migration guide can be found here.

Β· One min read

Our NFT API now includes a new property called verified_collections πŸŽ‰ This property can be true or false, and reflects whether or not the collection has been verified on OpenSea. This new property can be found on all NFT endpoints.

Additionally, we have added a new query parameter called exclude_spam. When this is set to true, any NFTs that have been marked as spam will be excluded from the API response. This query parameter is currently available on get NFTs by wallet as well as get NFT collections by wallet.

verified collections video

Β· One min read

Beginning on September 11th, 2023, we're implementing a series of significant API changes, some of which are breaking changes, but will ultimately provide you with a faster, more reliable, and more consistent experience.

These changes are:

If you are affected by these changes you can find a detailed migration guide here.

These changes will improve the speed, consistency, and scalability of our API, making it easier for you to work with whilst laying the foundations for what’s coming next… In the short term, expect enhancements like wallet net-worth, NFT prices and ERC20 holders. Rest assured, more improvements are on the way very soon!

Check out our Roadmap to stay up-to-date with all of the features we have coming soon.

Β· One min read

Our ERC20 transfers, NFT transfers and transaction endpoints have just got an upgrade!

All endpoints that currently return a to_address and/or from_address will now include an additional to_address_label and from_address_less respectively 🀩

These labels reflect publicly known addresses such as Coinbase, Binance, Uniswap v3, 1inch etc; as well as specific addresses such as Uniswap v2: Router 2 πŸ”₯

Perfect for adding extra detail into your wallet applications and transaction analytics πŸ™Œ

Β· One min read

From today you can now easily establish a wallet's age as well as detect which chains it has been active on πŸ”₯

This latest endpointadded to our Wallet API, /wallets/{address}/chains, is our first truly cross-chain API. Rather than the usual chain query parameter, it has a new chains parameter, allowing you to specify one or many chains in one API call 🀩

For each chain that a wallet has been detected on, we return its first_transaction details and last_transaction details.

Perfect for wallet analytics, user engagement, wallet age gated sites plus so much more πŸ™Œ

Check out the docs

Β· One min read

Today we're excited to announce a number of improvements to our ERC20 price endpoints πŸŽ‰

Fetch multiple ERC20 prices​

We've added a new endpoint, /erc20/prices, that allows you to fetch the prices of up to 25 ERC20s in one API call. No more fetching prices one by one 😍

View docs

24hr change​

We've added 24hrPercentChange to all of our price endpoints, so you can now easily fetch a token's 24 hour performance. We've introduced a new query parameter, include=percent_change, which when included will add 24hrPercentChange to the response body. Note: using this query parameter incurs an additional cost of +5 CUs per request.

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Pretty prices​

No more displaying ugly prices 🫣 We've added usdPriceFormatted to our price endpoints meaning you'll always be returned with prices in a nice clean decimal format (for example, 3.0526340931742754e-8 will appear as 0.00000003052).

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Today we've launched a new endpoint that allows you and the users of your dapps to submit contracts for review.

Easily report new spam contracts by specifying report_type as spam, or request a re-review of misclassified contracts with a report_type of not_spam.

Submissions will be reviewed and incorporated into our spam library, and reflected across our ERC20 and NFT API endpoints.

Check out the docs for more information.

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Today we're extremely excited to announce the launch of a new product, our Market Data API! πŸš€

Our Market Data API allows you to explore the latest trends in NFT collections, keep an eye on the top coins, and monitor the largest ERC20 gainers and losers.

We're introducing four new endpoints with this launch, including:

Check out our docs for more information about these new endpoints, as well as how to share feedback for its next iteration.

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Today we have enriched all our ERC20 endpoints with extra metadata including token name, symbol, icon, and decimals πŸŽ‰

Developers can now more easily identify the specific ERC20 tokens involved in transfers, mints, burns, and approvals without having to make additional API calls.

Previously, token metadata were only available through the ERC20 metadata endpoint.

This metadata is now available on the following endpoints:

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Our Resolve API now supports Ethereum Name Service (ENS) lookup by domain. This new feature allows you to input a .eth domain and receive the associated Ethereum address πŸŽ‰

To use this new endpoint, simply make a GET request to /api/v2/resolve/ens/{domain} with your desired .eth domain appended.

For example, if you want to look up the address for vitalik.eth, you would make a GET request to: /api/v2/resolve/ens/vitalik.eth, which would return the address 0x057Ec652A4F150f7FF94f089A38008f49a0DF88e.

API Reference​

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We're excited to announce the launch of our new spam detection feature across our EVM APIs!

Our latest update adds a new field called possible_spam to all ERC20s and NFTs. This field returns true or false, depending on whether the contract address is associated with spam, phishing attempts, or suspicious activities.

This feature is currently available on our EVM API and will soon be launching on our Streams API πŸ”₯ Stay tuned!

Check out our docs for more information about this feature including which endpoints it's active on.

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Time to optimize your NFTs!

All NFTs served through our API now include an optional media object that includes low, medium and high resolution thumbnails, along with the original image πŸŽ‰

This makes it super easy to build apps and webpages that are optimized for speed and that load in a flash ⚑

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Today we have launched four new ERC20 token endpoints allowing you to quickly fetch mints, burns, approvals and transfers for any wallet or contract address πŸš€

These endpoints have no required inputs or query parameters, meaning we return all on-chain transactions by default. Each endpoint supports flexible filtering by wallet address, contract address and even addresses to exclude (see more about filtering below).

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Today we have launched version 1 of our new transaction decoding and labeling feature πŸ₯³

This feature automatically decodes raw transaction input data into human-readable events and then labels each transaction and log, allowing you to quickly identify on-chain activity such as Transfer, Swap, Deposit etc.

Transaction labeling can be found on the following two endpoints:

Head over to our docs for more information about how this works.

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We’re excited to announce that today we have launched internal transactions across a number of our most popular EVM chains!

Real-time and historical internal transactions are now available across Ethereum, Sepolia, Polygon, Mumbai, BNB and BNB testnet. For complete coverage, please see the table outlined here.

Internal transactions have been added on three existing endpoints by introducing a new query parameter include that supports internal_transactions as an input:

We have also launched a new endpoint that specifically fetches internal transactions for a given transaction hash:

Read more: /web3-data-api/evm/internal-transaction

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As outlined in an earlier update, today we've made a change to the default behaviour of disable_total on a number of endpoints in order to vastly improve their response times.

This flag now defaults to true and the total response will be returned as null. Customers wanting to continue using the total will need to specify disable_total=false in their requests.

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In order to vastly improve the response times on a number of endpoints (by up to x10!), we are planning to phase out support for total within our API responses.

A new flag called disable_total exists on the below endpoints which defaults to false. When users set this to true, the total count from the response will return as null, and the endpoint's response time is greatly improved. We strongly recommend to begin using this flag.

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We've just shipped a new EVM feature Get Multiple NFTs, meaning you can now specify a list of NFTs to return in one API call. ⚑

It was already possible to fetch all NFTs by wallet address or by collection address, but now it's possible to fetch specific NFTs across many different collections by specifying a list of collection IDs + token IDs. πŸŽ‰

Docs: /web3-data-api/evm/reference/get-multiple-nfts

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More CUs for our amazing customers!

After considerations on the great demand of the getTokenIdOwners endpoint, we understand that a lot of our users are very keen to make full use of this endpoint.

Therefore, we have decided to reduce our CU cost for /nft/{address}/{token_id}/owners (getTokenIdOwners) from 20 CUs down to 5 CUs.

Try out the endpoint here!

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Arbitrum is now fully-integrated to Moralis EVM API endpoints. You can now index NFT, Token, and other-blockchain related data from the Arbitrum Layer-2 Network by specifying chain parameter value as arbitrum or 0xa4b1.

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One API - all transactions and logs. ✨ Use our Verbose Transaction Endpoint and save yourself the hassle of multiple API calls. What's more, this Transaction API endpoint extracts data sequenced by block number. Organized - just how you like it.

We have launched a new endpoint /{address}/verbose which for a given wallet address will return all transactions, and for each transaction all its logs.

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Palm Network is now fully-integrated to Moralis EVM API endpoints. You can now index NFT, Token, and other-blockchain related data from the Palm Network by specifying chain parameter value as palm or 0x2a15c308d

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We just made working with NFT metadata a breeze! πŸ’¨ Get predictable, structured outputs at each endpoint thanks to our new built-in NFT API Metadata Normalization.

Taking the original source metadata field, which comes through the API as a string with an unpredictable format, we now output this into a nice clean, predictable object on the below endpoints - meaning it's now much easier for you to work with NFT metadata!

You'll find a new query parameter named normalizeMetadata on the below endpoints. When this is set to true, we normalize and transform the source metadata into a standardized structure (based on ERC721, CryptoPunks, OpenSea etc) and output this in a new object called normalized_metadata

Endpoints

  • Get NFTs by wallet - /{address}/nft
  • Get NFTs by contract - /nft/{address}
  • Get NFT owners by contract - /nft/{address}/owners
  • Get NFT metadata - /nft/{address}/{token_id}
  • Get owners by token ID - /nft/{address}/{token_id}/owners