👋 Welcome to Alchemy
🤔 Why Use Alchemy?
🚀 Getting Started
🎁 Core Products
🤝Contributing to these Docs
💰 Referral Program
🖥️ Alchemy Web3.js
❗ Error Reference
🔩 Compute Units (CUs)
👩💻 Simple Web3 Script
💸 Sending Transactions Using Web3
🌎 Hello World Smart Contract
🎨 How to Create an NFT Tutorial
📝 NFT Minter Tutorial: How to Create a Full Stack DApp
📜 Integrating Historical Transaction Data into your dApp
♻️ Alchemy Notify Tutorial: Tracking Transaction Life Cycles
📱Building a dApp with Real-Time Transaction Notifications
🍴EIP-1559 Resource and Tutorial Hub
🔔 Using Alchemy Notify/Webhooks
🔈 Using WebSockets
📋 Dashboard Walkthrough
🤿 Deep Dive into eth_getLogs
💸 Connecting Metamask to Alchemy
🍎 Alchemy Set-up for Macs
🌐 Choosing a Network
🚦 Rate Limits
♦️ Running an Eth2.0 Staking Node or Validator with Alchemy
✅ Internal Playbook: Upgrading Ethereum Nodes
🐛Debugging CORS problems for end-users
⛓️ Blockchain 101
📚 Blockchain Glossary
Ethereum APIs to get all the data you need for transactions, with free archive data, token information, and debugging, all in fewer requests.
Here are the articles in this section:
The Transfers API allows you to easily fetch historical transactions for any address without having to scan the entire c...
API for fetching all transactions in a particular block.
All the possible HTTP requests you can make when using the Notify API.
The Token API allows you to easily get token information, minimizing the number of necessary requests.
Alchemy provides access to Parity's trace module, which allows for deeper insight into transaction processing.
In the same vein as Parity's trace module, Alchemy currently exposes debug_traceTransaction for debugging on networks ru...
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