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I am interested in analysing transaction latency in Ethereum (time it takes from creating the transaction until it has been added to a block). I have been looking at Web3 (link https://web3js.readthedocs.io/en/v1.5.2/), and i can only find the time when the transactions is added to a block (block timestamp), but not when it was created by its submitter.

My question is there any clue to find the actual creation time for ethereum transactions, so that i can estimate the transaction latency?

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is there any clue to find the actual creation time for ethereum transactions

Unless you are the submitter of the transaction yourself and know it, then no.

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  • Thank you! then i am just wondering if we could look at transactions at mempool record their apperance time and then see when they will be included in a block. Is this still possible?
    – MWH
    Nov 25 '21 at 8:26

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