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Using the https://ens.domains/ is there a way to query the ENS name service using an API endpoint and get a JSON response? I want to be able to integrate these eth addresses into my application.

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Cindercloud has a rest-endpoint which is specifically designed for this.

Documentation on this endpoint can be found here.

  • that requires signing up for that service. etherscan.io/enslookup -- etherscan has a free lookup tool, but i'm not sure how to output the json api – Patoshi パトシ Jun 10 at 16:19
  • Instead of using the rapidapi endpoint, you can also use api.cinder.cloud. It's rate limited, but free. – Qkyrie Jun 11 at 8:19
  • Looks like you own that api restpoint, hence the bias. thanks anyways. I want to just do a simple call to retrieve what a .eth domain resolves to. why is it so difficult to do? – Patoshi パトシ Jun 11 at 14:45
  • I do indeed. It's not that difficult, it's just calling the ENSResolver contract on chain with the correct data, but you asked for an API endpoint which returns a json result and I happen to have something like that, which is why I proposed it as a solution :) – Qkyrie Jun 12 at 14:13
  • Do I need to install any other js libraries or sign up for some token key id? – Patoshi パトシ Jun 12 at 15:24

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