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Version: 2.2

How to get multi-chain activity of an address

Step 1: Setup Moralis

Read the article Setting Up Moralis: Getting Started and make sure to finish all the steps. Only after that you can go ahead to complete this guide.

Step 2: Get multi-chain activity of a wallet address

In order to get the chain activity, Moralis provides you a getWalletActiveChains endpoint to do so.

To use the getWalletActiveChains endpoint, you'll primarily need the parameter address. Optionally, you can also specify the chains parameter to filter the activity for specific blockchain networks.


The chains parameter in this endpoint is optional. By default, if you don't specify a chains value, the endpoint will provide the activity for the Ethereum chain. To get insights into the activity across all supported chains, please ensure to include the respective chain identifiers in the chains parameter.

Once you've obtained the address you can copy the following code:

const Moralis = require("moralis").default;
const { EvmChain } = require("@moralisweb3/common-evm-utils");

const runApp = async () => {
await Moralis.start({
apiKey: "YOUR_API_KEY",
// ...and any other configuration

const address = "0x26fcbd3afebbe28d0a8684f790c48368d21665b5";

const chains = [EvmChain.ETHEREUM, EvmChain.BSC, EvmChain.POLYGON];

const response = await Moralis.EvmApi.wallets.getWalletActiveChains({



Step 3: Run the script

To run the script, enter the following command:

node index.js

In your terminal, you should see the following JSON response with the data about chain activity:

"address": "0x26fcbd3afebbe28d0a8684f790c48368d21665b5",
"active_chains": [
"chain": "eth",
"chain_id": "0x1",
"first_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2015-09-28T08:24:43.000Z",
"block_number": "302086",
"transaction_hash": "0x9b629147b75dc0b275d478fa34d97c5d4a26926457540b15a5ce871df36c23fd"
"last_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2023-07-18T22:00:59.000Z",
"block_number": "17722945",
"transaction_hash": "0xde35173f86138e2c0accd780b08cf986009c6ac577d441fe49050764666493e4"
"chain": "bsc",
"chain_id": "0x38",
"first_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2022-03-22T08:29:46.000Z",
"block_number": "16275630",
"transaction_hash": "0x144bf655f6ad276c42e6380997db73eff30725923a2c089fb7e57b3e3d07a32b"
"last_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2023-06-12T11:37:50.000Z",
"block_number": "29035694",
"transaction_hash": "0x18e5043a363ba33ad2320f7980efd50372bc021fb1b3041e7831db9058492551"
"chain": "polygon",
"chain_id": "0x89",
"first_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2021-07-20T02:38:06.000Z",
"block_number": "17055069",
"transaction_hash": "0x482328171e8549129acd9dde9408602410909adac2e4e46a9591592b2e0e1a24"
"last_transaction": {
"block_timestamp": "2023-07-14T08:55:47.000Z",
"block_number": "45062599",
"transaction_hash": "0x7dd9979c5d57ac74c2787f47e8ff9942d0eebf6375ab5262ac48d0455b9c3de3"

Congratulations 🥳 you just found the activity of a wallet address on multiple chains with only a few lines of code using the Moralis Wallet API!

API Reference

If you want to know more details on the endpoint and optional parameters, check out:


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