Blockchain statistics API

A blockchain statistics API provides users with data and metrics related to a specific blockchain or cryptocurrency. It allows developers, businesses, researchers, and other parties to fetch, analyze, and integrate blockchain data into their applications, websites, or research models without needing to run a full node or parse the entire blockchain themselves.

Blockchain Statistics API Documentation

The Blockchains API is available in a JSON format. Tradefeeds API support all API programming languages, which satifies the need of all our customers. Check below the other formats through which you obtain data on blockchains data. Pay attention to the key filtering parameters as well as input and output response examples.

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API Output example

    "blockchainOverview": {
        "blockHeight": 789123,
        "networkHashRate": "125 TH/s",
        "lastBlockTime": "2023-11-01T13:57:32Z"
    "transactionData": {
        "recentTransactions": [
                "txid": "abc123def456",
                "amount": 0.25,
                "sender": "1ExampleBTCAddressXYZ",
                "receiver": "1ReceiverBTCAddressABC",
                "confirmationStatus": "pending"
            // ... other transactions ...
        "totalDailyTransactions": 150000,
        "dailyVolume": 12000.45
    "addressInformation": {
        "address": "1ExampleBTCAddressXYZ",
        "balance": 1.587,
        "totalReceived": 3.2,
        "totalSent": 1.613,
        "transactionCount": 42
    "networkStatistics": {
        "activeNodes": 9500,
        "mostUsedClientVersion": "v0.21.0"
    "tokenContractInformation": {
        "contractAddress": "0xExampleETHAddressABC",
        "tokenName": "ExampleToken",
        "tokenSymbol": "EXT",
        "totalSupply": 1000000,
        "holdersCount": 8500
    "feeEstimates": {
        "fast": 0.00012,
        "medium": 0.00008,
        "slow": 0.00004

  • blockchainOverview:

blockHeight: The latest block number or height in the blockchain. It indicates how many blocks have been confirmed since the genesis block.

networkHashRate: Represents the total computational power used by the network to validate and confirm transactions.

lastBlockTime: The timestamp indicating when the most recent block was added to the blockchain.

  • transactionData:

recentTransactions: An array of the most recent transactions.

txid: The unique identifier for a transaction.

amount: The amount of cryptocurrency transferred in the transaction.

sender: The address that sent the funds.

receiver: The address that received the funds.

confirmationStatus: Status of the transaction, e.g., pending, confirmed.

totalDailyTransactions: The total number of transactions that occurred in the last 24 hours.

dailyVolume: The total volume of cryptocurrency transacted in the last 24 hours.

  • addressInformation:

address: The specific cryptocurrency address being inquired about.

balance: The current balance of the address.

totalReceived: The total amount of cryptocurrency ever received by the address.

totalSent: The total amount of cryptocurrency ever sent from the address.

transactionCount: The number of transactions associated with the address.

  • networkStatistics:

activeNodes: The number of nodes currently active in the network.

mostUsedClientVersion: Indicates the version of the blockchain software client most widely used by nodes.

  • tokenContractInformation:

contractAddress: The unique address of the token’s smart contract on the blockchain.

tokenName: The official name of the token.

tokenSymbol: The abbreviation or ticker symbol of the token.

totalSupply: The total amount of tokens that exist for this specific token.

holdersCount: The number of unique addresses holding the token.

  • feeEstimates:

The estimated transaction fee (usually in cryptocurrency per byte or weight unit) for a fast confirmation time (e.g., in the next block).

SDKs and Devkits
Get blockchain statistics API in any programming language: Javascript, JQuery, VueJS, Angular, JAVA, PHP, NodeJS, Python, Go, Ruby, C#, R, Strest, Rust, Swift and Scala
Use the key filtering parameters such as blockchain name or token id to get data. Obtain the response output in a JSON or XML format
Excel and CSV Files
In case you do not want blockchain data retrieved in programming languages, then you can request to have it in either excel or csv files. All you need to do is to simply inform us.