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Accounts

Note: With GraphQL API 1.0 migration by default Blockchain API provides account's transactions and messages for the past 7 days. For use cases where earlier data is needed make sure to use the archive: true flag in blockchain query filters. Account data itself is available in full and does not require archive flag.

Get account info

To get account info including BOC, data and code, use the following GraphQL query:
query {
blockchain{
account(address:"0:653b9a6452c7a982c6dc92b2da9eba832ade1c467699ebb3b43dca6d77b780dd"){
info{
address
acc_type
balance
last_paid
last_trans_lt
boc
data
code
library
data_hash
code_hash
library_hash
}
}
}
}
Result:
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"info": {
"address": "0:653b9a6452c7a982c6dc92b2da9eba832ade1c467699ebb3b43dca6d77b780dd",
"acc_type": 1,
"balance": "0x223e8b8cef379b",
"last_paid": 1647425518,
"last_trans_lt": "0x2a9059e77c4",
"boc": "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",
"data": "te6ccgEBAQEATAAAk2eI46KEIlk2vYCsJrOJ57pVivol2ZR02zzYyWbZUlsxAAABf5I2BAnAAkyWCjg7WNkSbIHKaQd39xNfljaFZbY4Jau79ieuxxhI",
"code": "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",
"library": null,
"data_hash": "a34d868df79e09b2c3af67c1a9e210c1afef27f2376ee4ea5b00d20e7e55c058",
"code_hash": "59ba6d164798169031c8ca18fa10c7038e7ad73b8d64f4c990e029a5dcfa59c3",
"library_hash": null
}
}
}
}
}
fields:
  • address is full account address that consists of workchainID:address
  • acc_type
    • 0 – uninit (Account has balance but no code)
    • 1 – active (Account has balance and code)
    • 2 – frozen(Account has been frozen for some reasons)
    • 3 - nonExist (Account was deleted)
  • last_paid - unixtime of the most recent storage payment (happens each transaction execution)
  • balance - tokens on account (Note: to deploy smart contract code you need to have non-zero balance)
  • last_trans_lt - logical time of last account transaction
  • boc - Bag of cells with the account struct encoded as base64 (contains code, data, library and other header information).
  • data - bag of cells with the account's data
  • code - bag of cells with the account's code
  • library - If present, contains library code used in smart-contract.
  • data_hash - hash of account data
  • code_hash - hash of account code
  • library_hash - library field hash

Filter accounts

If you need to filter accounts by some condition and paginate them, use accounts collection.
Use id(account address) as cursor for pagination.
Remember, you can not retrieve account BOCs with this query. Retrieve each account's BOC individually with this query.

Paginate accounts having same code_hash:

query{
accounts(
filter:{
workchain_id:{
eq:0
},
code_hash:{
eq:"80d6c47c4a25543c9b397b71716f3fae1e2c5d247174c52e2c19bd896442b105"
}
id:{
gt:"0:001a338e4af5fe33307c2b0d04de453513019942748eb2b290ca3db0adfe8343"
}
}
orderBy:[
{
path:"id",
direction:ASC
}
]
){
id
balance(format:DEC)
last_paid
}
}

Paginate accounts having same code_hash, updated after timestamp

query{
accounts(
filter:{
workchain_id:{
eq:0
},
code_hash:{
eq:"80d6c47c4a25543c9b397b71716f3fae1e2c5d247174c52e2c19bd896442b105"
}
last_paid:{
ge:1687023485
}
id:{
gt:"0:001a338e4af5fe33307c2b0d04de453513019942748eb2b290ca3db0adfe8343"
}
}
orderBy:[
{path:"last_paid", direction:ASC}
{path:"id", direction:ASC}
]
){
id
balance(format:DEC)
last_paid
}
}

Get a list of accounts

You can enumerate a list of account addresses to get their balances and other metadata.
You can not get the list of BOCs of accounts. Retrieve each account's BOC individually with this query.
query{
accounts(
filter:{
id:{
in:[
"0:001b3abc5f9e906990c2eee7a1664be20b1b47fdf5c140331e6003786735f453",
"0:2ef022951ae41da58f16f5e3f10d8660c919c13304723a401050fb02027301f6",
"0:34b83eee15f43580261c4ec654c2b03dcb2b8a99ab0b5257105be815cf040c6b",
"0:684c7604fcc86bece98136f83c8370bd73feb574c11b27b2f03b2a53c778230c",
"0:8f0be7f1e442ad576785c9b77dbe3ffb362260e828736957158449802397a48e"
]
}
}
){
id
balance(format:DEC)
last_paid
last_trans_lt
}
}

Get transactions within block seqno range

Use-cases

  • Paginate transactions to get both transactions and messages of account within the required masterchain seqno range - handy way to order data when you need to link it with seqno.
  • Collect account transactions with detailed fees information
  • Collect account balance history by pre-processing balance_delta changes on your side
  • Query new account transactions to trigger some logic on your side
  • Optionally filter transactions by Aborted type or balance_delta value
  • Pull transactions for a period if your websocket subscription failed (use lastTransaction.chain_order field as after cursor ;-) )

Blocks range

Use master_seq_no_range parameter to specify masterchain block sequence number range inside of which you will paginate transactions.
If you need to use time range instead of seq_no, you can convert time range to seq_no range like this:
query{
blockchain{
master_seq_no_range(time_start: 1647421084 time_end: 1647422084){
start
end
}
}
}

Filter parameters

You can filter account transactions by these parameters:
# Specify true, if you prefer minimum latency over consistency, besause
# Evercloud API is eventually consistent.
# In this case you need to periodically recheck the previous data within some time window
# We suggest 5 minutes window to get any missed transactions.
# Default is false which means the data is consistent but
# latency may be over 10 seconds.
allow_latest_inconsistent_data: Boolean
aborted: Boolean
min_balance_delta: String
max_balance_delta: String

Pagination parameters

Use cursor, {first, after} or {last, before} filters for pagination.
We followed GraphQL best practices and implemented Relay Cursor Connections Specification for pagination for all list types. You can read more here https://relay.dev/graphql/connections.htm
Let's paginate some account transactions from the very first one:
query {
blockchain{
account(address:"0:653b9a6452c7a982c6dc92b2da9eba832ade1c467699ebb3b43dca6d77b780dd"){
transactions(archive: true)
{
edges{
node{
hash
in_message{
hash
value
body
}
out_messages{
hash
value
body
}
}
}
pageInfo{
endCursor
hasNextPage
}
}
}
}
}
Result
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"transactions": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"hash": "c8153cd353bf90c7c1214d8c1a50a30ea6d0d900f0f6c7242d1434644c1e49fb",
"hash": "c8153cd353bf90c7c1214d8c1a50a30ea6d0d900f0f6c7242d1434644c1e49fb",
"in_message": {
"hash": "c2b064872a2ce6db65ca724a03d1be5de37abe784c658ef4d5998249b9643144",
"value": "0x229bd2a5eb3ef4",
"body": null
},
"out_messages": []
}
},
...
],
"pageInfo": {
"endCursor": "5286af50052a33e50104",
"hasNextPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}
Use endCursor field for further pagination and hasNextPage for identifying if more records exist.

Get transactions after/before lt

Sometimes you just need a simple pagination of transactions by logical time. This may be useful for contract developers, for debug, etc. This type of pagination can be used only for a single account transactions pagination.
query {
blockchain{
account(address:"0:653b9a6452c7a982c6dc92b2da9eba832ade1c467699ebb3b43dca6d77b780dd"){
transactions_by_lt(after:"0x235ceea8c1", archive: true)
{
edges{
node{
id
hash
in_message{
id
value
body
}
out_messages{
id
value
body
}
lt
}
}
pageInfo{
endCursor
hasNextPage
}
}
}
}
}
Here you see lt in hex was specified as after cursor.
See the result: endCursor for the page is equal to the last lt:
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"transactions_by_lt": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"id": "transaction/13b40676d090cf567e82b5fb50c3029bb614fae0a4b2aa1da9dcfbbdbccb92f6",
"hash": "13b40676d090cf567e82b5fb50c3029bb614fae0a4b2aa1da9dcfbbdbccb92f6",
"in_message": {
"id": "message/3c469ee0f06fb3f6b8dd983367b5dcbbe613f98e14f29a9db6da2242a2f66648",
"value": null,
"body": "te6ccgEBAQEAMAAAWwAAAL7uRECtNl1VjUAPPxqUkMve8d+bYUDXzRZ9/TFsEpR6pZbY6TFLHtOS7Qg="
},
"out_messages": [
{
"id": "message/8771caa71664e71e0291250fbf5e3b1e4c0a05cb52a7b9eb448f64a9ff1b5222",
"value": "0x174876e800",
"body": null
}
],
"lt": "0x235fda5701"
}
},
...
{
"node": {
"id": "transaction/acff57f31901b3bce4cc7bcdc72a4a2b772128a93d03605a388245d92033ec7e",
"hash": "acff57f31901b3bce4cc7bcdc72a4a2b772128a93d03605a388245d92033ec7e",
"in_message": {
"id": "message/d43453dd70fe8b0725f4d5d1904a025caa79b71ae8d27747e7b60cc86895caaa",
"value": null,
"body": "te6ccgEBAQEAMAAAWwAAAL7uzsIJNl1VjUAPzHHH9poFkmGyCSvGdpmTGxZlkvG2qBoZqqFMA/8dxyg="
},
"out_messages": [
{
"id": "message/f025ccb779f5ea5bdb15741d04ca35da4cfb767ab34853b73089d70159c0a2e6",
"value": "0x174876e800",
"body": null
}
],
"lt": "0x24fd26c881"
}
}
],
"pageInfo": {
"endCursor": "0x24fd26c881",
"hasNextPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}

Get messages within block range

Use-cases:
  • get transfers that some account sent or received
  • get account's events
  • get external calls of an account
  • get transfers between an account and some counterparty account
  • get account events to an external address
  • optionally filter messages by value amount
  • Pull messages for a period if your websocket subscription failed (use Message.chain_order field as after cursor ;-) )
In all these cases you need to paginate account messages with some filters applied. Lets see how to do it.

Pagination range

Use master_seq_no_range parameter to specify masterchain block sequence number range inside of which you will paginate transactions.
If you need to use time range instead of seq_no, you can convert time range to seq_no range like this:
query{
blockchain{
master_seq_no_range(time_start: 1647421084 time_end: 1647422084){
start
end
}
}
}

Filter parameters

You can filter messages by these parameters:
allow_latest_inconsistent_data: Boolean
counterparties: [String!]
msg_type: [BlockchainMessageTypeFilterEnum!]
min_value: String
enum BlockchainMessageTypeFilterEnum {
ExtIn # External inbound
ExtOut # External outbound
IntIn # Internal inbound
IntOut # Internal outbound
}

Pagination parameters

Use cursor, {first, after} or {last, before} filters for pagination.
We followed GraphQL best practices and implemented Relay Cursor Connections Specification for pagination for all list types. You can read more here https://relay.dev/graphql/connections.htm

Account transfers

Lets get first 2 transfers some account received or sent. So we need to get incoming and outcoming internal messages. We separated internal message type into 2 types: IntIn and IntOut for search convenience. This way it is possible also to get only deposits, and only withdrawals.
query{
blockchain{
account(address:"-1:99392dea1c5035feddb1bb3db9e71138d82868f7460c6da3dca26f0520798ebd"){
messages(msg_type:[IntIn, IntOut],first:2, archive:true){
edges{
node{
src
dst
id
hash
value(format:DEC)
msg_type
created_at_string
}
cursor
}
pageInfo{
hasNextPage
}
}
}
}
}
Result. We see that the next page exists, we can continue pagination.
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"messages": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"src": "0:7db5e456a7c41306c23c588fb0561fe63443a6f17d7e2a08672369636980678f",
"dst": "-1:99392dea1c5035feddb1bb3db9e71138d82868f7460c6da3dca26f0520798ebd",
"id": "message/a74d826adf7f00153e034e1ee4de4f6e5a38843ee8d14c744bfcbf3c0df9f73d",
"hash": "a74d826adf7f00153e034e1ee4de4f6e5a38843ee8d14c744bfcbf3c0df9f73d",
"value": "1090000000",
"msg_type": 0,
"created_at_string": "2021-07-17 21:08:16.000"
},
"cursor": "59876bem0400"
},
{
"node": {
"src": "-1:99392dea1c5035feddb1bb3db9e71138d82868f7460c6da3dca26f0520798ebd",
"dst": "-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333",
"id": "message/ead06f194b988c1658215e178e68522f27cc018df1830bcfe779d9b9ce7fee93",
"hash": "ead06f194b988c1658215e178e68522f27cc018df1830bcfe779d9b9ce7fee93",
"value": "1000000000",
"msg_type": 0,
"created_at_string": "2021-07-17 21:08:24.000"
},
"cursor": "59876bem0401"
}
],
"pageInfo": {
"hasNextPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}

Account events

To get account events, we need to get Account's external outbound message. Their type is ExtOut. Body field contains ABI-encoded information with Event data. You can parse it with SDK function abi.decode_message_body.
query{
blockchain{
account(address:"0:454abb3c7db044603a9fb0802d3c6507b08d6b04855baa9a60802d9ecd34edad"){
messages(msg_type:[ExtOut],first:2){
edges{
node{
hash
body
created_at_string
}
cursor
}
pageInfo{
hasNextPage
}
}
}
}
}
Result
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"messages": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"hash": "315ca96ae9ded116b98692491d8accf1e01acd48e85b1db53b63615cd37f433b",
"body": "te6ccgEBAQEAeQAA7VuEb3wAAAAAAAAAyWDwxNxg8kTcAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABg78TcCAUAAT1bfCW7sAABPW5DHEo+AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIs3ySDgAAAAEAAHA+pB7Z9IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABA",
"created_at_string": "2021-07-17 03:00:34.000"
},
"cursor": "59838dc005df77c11120003"
},
{
"node": {
"hash": "b54d2053c965cf2e41e265fd67a0b71a896fd06df8c305d1cb95da6780947113",
"body": "te6ccgEBAQEALAAAU0UWNxJg8sTcn/M7F8rhuMCstb3zywTdpGh9GrmjYzToX9gcm8mXZJpVcA==",
"created_at_string": "2021-07-17 03:00:34.000"
},
"cursor": "59838dc005df77c11120d01"
}
],
"pageInfo": {
"hasNextPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}

Account external calls

If you want to collect external calls of an account, filter by msg_type = ExtIn. Body field contains ABI-encoded information with Event data. You can parse it with SDK function abi.decode_message_body. Lets get the last external call:
query{
blockchain{
account(address:"0:3d10c4d6dfc5d3cf6f8ac3d7468b792b91385c087da8f59669569493c7c0e28e"){
messages(msg_type:[ExtIn],last:1){
edges{
node{
hash
body
created_at_string
}
cursor
}
pageInfo{
hasPreviousPage
}
}
}
}
}
Result
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"messages": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"hash": "3ebc5a30f598825a015b99048b3f9baeb1d60818aa77ec6ceb3b84254e649723",
"body": "te6ccgEBAQEAewAA8cb04wBQrr+dL/xBeDVKUIHJpF+ixQ9vsl7rIu8BtyRr72MIA9l87nY/maACAjMiwTkNeYlx+Vm3AtMvU000ZYXOo+U6Dh8fZKMrMO68do6VqlWYBXM3BEnQiVL3dDmtSMAAAGABANbS2JO2i4ap0DtYk7XgW5WzcGA=",
"created_at_string": "2022-04-07 12:32:53.000"
},
"cursor": "5f7bcee00615d8d7711c0000"
}
],
"pageInfo": {
"hasPreviousPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}

Transfers between 2 accounts

In this example we retrieve last 30 messages between elector contract and some validator wallet with value more than some number:
query{
blockchain{
account(address:"-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333"){
messages(last:30, counterparties:["-1:99392dea1c5035feddb1bb3db9e71138d82868f7460c6da3dca26f0520798ebd"],
min_value:"58579566000" ){
edges{
node{
src
dst
id
hash
value(format:DEC)
msg_type
created_at_string
}
cursor
}
pageInfo{
hasPreviousPage
}
}
}
}
}
Result:
{
"data": {
"blockchain": {
"account": {
"messages": {
"edges": [
{
"node": {
"src": "-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333",
"dst": "-1:99392dea1c5035feddb1bb3db9e71138d82868f7460c6da3dca26f0520798ebd",
"id": "message/958ee60bb2233e9e94d6c36465c0941632535d9dd1f9cb8e6b67616f1d33959e",
"hash": "958ee60bb2233e9e94d6c36465c0941632535d9dd1f9cb8e6b67616f1d33959e",
"value": "1625586165251876",
"msg_type": 0,
"created_at_string": "2022-03-15 18:12:16.000"
},
"cursor": "5edf8c1m0e01"
},
.....
],
"pageInfo": {
"hasPreviousPage": true
}
}
}
}
}
}
We see that previous page exists and can continue pagination.

Subscribe for accounts state updates

You can subscribe for accounts metadata updates: balances or/and last_trans_lt, for example Whenever account is updated, you will receive its data:
subscription{
accounts(
filter:{
id:{
in:[
"-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333",
"0:557957cba74ab1dc544b4081be81f1208ad73997d74ab3b72d95864a41b779a4"
]
}
}
){
id
balance(format:DEC)
last_trans_lt
last_paid
}
}

Subscribe for accounts transactions

You can subscribe for transactions of a list of accounts
subscription{
transactions(
filter:{
account_addr:{
in:[
"-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333",
"0:557957cba74ab1dc544b4081be81f1208ad73997d74ab3b72d95864a41b779a4"
]
}
}
){
id
lt
balance_delta
}
}

Subscribe for accounts messages

You can subscribe for messages of a list of accounts.
You can even subscribe only for external outbound messages, like here:
subscription{
messages(
filter:{
src:{
in:[
"-1:3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333",
"0:557957cba74ab1dc544b4081be81f1208ad73997d74ab3b72d95864a41b779a4"
]
}
msg_type: {
eq:2
}
}
){
id
msg_type
src
dst
value
}
}

Get the list of account's counterparties

Returns the paginable list of accounts the account has ever interacted with, with the last message info attached, sorted by the last message time. Useful for applications that want to show a screen with dialog list sorted by the last interaction time.
Attention! Available only in public API. Not available in Evernode-DS. See functionality comparison section. ****
query{
counterparties(
account:"0:27da7884e032ede0f7d5758bb58bcab9942dfb6c1b764a38bb6377a47a0822de"
){
last_message_id
last_message_value
last_message_at
last_message_is_reverse
}
}

Account transactions count

To get count of account transactions use aggregateTransactions:
Query:
query {
aggregateTransactions(
filter:{
account_addr : {
eq: "0:2bb4a0e8391e7ea8877f4825064924bd41ce110fce97e939d3323999e1efbb13"
}
},
fields:[
{ fn:COUNT }
]
)
}
Result:
{
"data": {
"aggregateTransactions": [
"10071"
]
}
}

Account messages count

To receive count of all account messages (both in and out) use aggregateMessages.
Query:
query{ aggregateMessages( filter:
{ src : { eq: "0:2bb4a0e8391e7ea8877f4825064924bd41ce110fce97e939d3323999e1efbb13"}
OR:{dst: {eq: "0:2bb4a0e8391e7ea8877f4825064924bd41ce110fce97e939d3323999e1efbb13"}}
}
, fields:[ { fn:COUNT } ] ) }
Result:
{
"data": {
"aggregateMessages": [
"24772"
]
}
}

Aggregate gas consumption

Determine min, max and sum value for the gas_used of a transactions compute phase.
You can use a dot separated path as a field name to use fields resided deep in a JSON structure of a transaction record:
query{
aggregateTransactions(
filter:{
account_addr :
{eq: "0:a52f6a7ea6bc7279728cbff01ad1e8b1dfc386098cfac1f381ae3959bf2ae9db" }
},
fields:[
{ field: "compute.gas_used", fn:MIN },
{ field: "compute.gas_used", fn:MAX },
{ field: "compute.gas_used", fn:SUM },
]
)
}
Result:
{
"data": {
"aggregateTransactions": [
"1434",
"45221",
"32578614"
]
}
}
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