- Getting Blocks
- Reading Transactions
- Writing Transactions & EVM Execution
- Account Information
- Event Logs
- Chain Information
- Getting Uncles
- Gas Estimation
- Real-time Events
Retrieves information from a particular block in the blockchain.
Retrieves information on the state data for addresses regardless of whether it is a user or a smart contract.
Allows developers to both send Arbitrum from one address to another, write data on-chain, and interact with smart contracts.
Returns information regarding an address's stored on-chain data.
Returns logs which are records that denote/provide context on specific events within a smart contract, like a token transfer or a change of ownership for example.
Returns information on the Arbitrum network and internal settings.
Returns information on uncle blocks which are network rejected blocks and replaced by a canonical block instead.
Returns information on network gas estimates.
Returns Ethereum network configuration information.
Introduces WebSocket-based requests/responses which leverage a network connection allowing developers to listen for changes continuously without the need for HTTP polling.
Available Enhanced APIs