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I used the API of Ethereum to download some transactions info. The timestamp is included, however I found the timestamp not mean the transaction time but the block which this transaction is located founded time. I visited https://etherscan.io for this transaction info. The same is true, the page shows me the time of the block which this transaction is located founded time. How can I get the transaction time rather not block founded time?

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All transaction in a specific block were executed at the same time.

Therefore transactionTime = blockTime. I hope this makes sense.

  • transactionTime is the transaction execution time, what about the transaction creation time? This is an action on the wallet side. – Maxareo Aug 28 at 2:02
  • There is no way to get the transaction creation time! – Niklas Feurstein Aug 28 at 5:56
  • Not sure if your argument is sound or not, but wondering if some wallets have transaction creation time logged internally. – Maxareo Aug 29 at 7:22
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On Ethereum, the all transactions in a block are processed at the same time and given the same timestamp. This is the same as the timestamp of the block that it is included.

In order to get the timestamp of a specific transaction, simply look up the timestamp of the block that that transaction is included in.

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I think what he meant is if there is a difference between the transaction creation time and transaction execution time or equivalently as you two put in your answers, block creation time. I did not find any information on if transaction creation time is logged. It's supposed to be a functionality of wallets, yet, they may not do the logging.

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