New answers tagged

0

Here, Etherscan is used as the default RPC provider. They are just like Infura/Alchemy - provide access to Ethrereum nodes. Each provider has their own terms of usage and pricing.


0

Since each Ethereum transaction requires computational resources to execute, each transaction requires a fee. Gas refers to the fee required to conduct a transaction on Ethereum successfully. See these links to know more about fees: 1, 2. Gas fees are paid in Ethereum's native currency, ether (ETH). If you are looking for a centralized architecture, you ...


0

You could try getBlockTransactionCountByNumber RPC method to get the number of transactions in a block. You can query Infura (or any other RPC provider) for each block that's been minted and create an aggregate. Or you can also get other block details too, like timestamp using getBlockByNumber method. It contains the list of all the transactions included in ...


0

Use the Moralis' speedyNodes => https://admin.moralis.io/speedyNodes


0

Your script establishes a network connection to an Ethereum node running at Infura. This means that you can use the JSON-RPC API to send commands to the node which lets you execute transactions, check balances, etc. web3.py is using that API to let you deploy contracts and interact with them. MetaMask is a browser extension that can also establish a ...


0

Try this on a dev net (do not do this on main-net): .... # arbitrary gasLimit amount... myAwesomeGasLimit = 50000 transaction = advanced_collectible.createCollectible( static_seed, "None", {"from": dev, "gasLimit": myAwesomeGasLimit} ) .... If it ...


Top 50 recent answers are included