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You can achieve that by using web3.eth.abi.decodeLog(inputs, hexString, topics);. The first parameter inputs must include the properties of the event from your smart contract, second one hexString is the bytecode of the event and the third topics is array containing the topics. Read more here.


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Probably the simplest way to do this is to use Google BigQuery. The following query: SELECT `address`, `eth_balance` FROM `bigquery-public-data.crypto_ethereum.balances` WHERE `eth_balance` > 2000000.0e18 ORDER BY `eth_balance` DESC; returns me the following result: address eth_balance -------------------------------...


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This could be maybe due to The nodes arent synced, so you could restart the whole setup and check do the transactions. Try to get the confirmations on the transactions done in the console.This code may help you web3.eth.sendSignedTransaction("0x" + transaction.serialize().toString('hex'), (_err, _res) => { if(_err){ console.error(...


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You're trying to apply a model that is appropriate for Bitcoin mainly due to its limitations. It will be an awkward strategy for Ethereum that overlooks it's strengths. Bitcoin: Not especially programmable, but easy to sweep funds from multiple accounts. Ethereum: Especially programmable, but not so easy to sweep funds from multiple accounts. Ethereum ...


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