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I'm trying to figure out how to get a history of values for a specific ERC721 token of known contract address.

I want to do some maths in solidity and do not want to do all that in web2; therefore, I want to get the transaction history of the token within solidity.

Is there a way to do this? I know that Moralis has an API that does the same, but I want this in my smart contract.

Cheers!

Ankesh S

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  • You can get the transaction history from etherscan api too
    – Julissa DC
    Jun 23 at 12:23
  • I don't need API, I want to have it built into the smart contract.
    – Ankesh
    Jun 23 at 12:39
  • Are you sure you want to store all that info inside the contract? Storage is pretty expensive
    – Julissa DC
    Jun 23 at 16:06
  • No, I don't want to store info in a smart contract, I just want to fetch the already stored information. The transactions history is already there in the Ethereum blockchain, I just want to fetch that information,
    – Ankesh
    Jun 24 at 11:16

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You can write a new event containing the transaction data you want and emit it within the _transfer function. You can query for these events on the frontend.

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  • He actually said he did not want to do this outside of the contract. Jun 26 at 4:53
  • @Itération122442 It sounds like he wants to avoid storing extra info on-chain, yet avoid fetching all the transactions using the frontend. To my knowledge, this is not possible. Transaction history is not stored in a single data structure that can just be retrieved. Transactions are spread over different blocks. He'll either have to use my solution or store extra data on-chain.
    – Fibo36
    Jun 26 at 18:47

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