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I am trying to get the recent IN transaction of the account while i try

web3.eth.getTransactionCount("0xF092966e7bcc2b5646e0F0c20A715584DB37cd4B").then(function(trans){
    console.log(trans);
});

This returns account transactions count.

I refer web3 documentation and refer net i found the script getTransactionsByAccount Common useful JavaScript snippets for geth

Is any another way to find IN transaction of the account using web3.js . Lastest last IN transaction is enough .

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I think it would be easier and faster to use Amberdata.io. If you get a free api key then you can do the following to get the latest IN transaction.

It would look something like this:

curl \
  -X GET \
  -H "accept: application/json" \
  -H "x-amberdata-api-key: UAK5e4cae75f484a9c8e3cd19a41b3fa977" \
  -H "x-amberdata-blockchain-id: 1c9c969065fcd1cf" \
"https://web3api.io/api/v1/addresses/0xF092966e7bcc2b5646e0F0c20A715584DB37cd4B/transactions?to=0xF092966e7bcc2b5646e0F0c20A715584DB37cd4B&size=1"

The transactions are returned ordered by timestep. The to filters by a to address. In this case we want all transactions where the to address is the address we are querying and we want the first one so I put size=1. Although if you remove that you'll get every IN transaction.

Hope that helps! 😊

  • Thank you @foba . is amberdata api free of use ? – Sammu Sundar Dec 5 '18 at 5:34
  • is any API for getting blocks between timestamp/date ? – Sammu Sundar Dec 5 '18 at 5:51
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    Yup it is free to use! It's free and easy to get an api key. – foba Dec 5 '18 at 15:37
  • i am not able to find the limit of amberdata API . what is the limit for this API perday/perminute/persecond ? – Sammu Sundar Dec 6 '18 at 12:57
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    As far I know there's currently no rate limit. Is it working for you? – foba Dec 6 '18 at 13:04

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