I want to iterate (from a Python program) over all the outputs of all the transactions on the blockchain. Is there any RCP command or something like that, that returns a structure of transactions as is and not their hashes?

Thank you all!



Documents all the API methods you would need.

You would first use get_block_count then iterate calling get_block, then calling get_transactions with the returned tx_hashes from get_block.

  • It's great, thanks! Do you know how to see transaction's outputs? because get_transactions doesn't show me outputs (amount and key), the only output related data is "output_indices'. – adsl Oct 16 '18 at 12:11
  • Add "decode_as_json":true to the request. – jtgrassie Oct 16 '18 at 13:04
  • I'v done that, but when I do nothing is showing up. this is the code that show me json: response = requests.post( "localhost:28081/gettransactions", data=json.dumps({"txs_hashes": all_tx_hashes}), headers=headers) print(response.content) and this code show nothing: response = requests.post( "localhost:28081/gettransactions", data=json.dumps({"txs_hashes": all_tx_hashes,"decode_as_json":'true'}), headers=headers) print(response.content) – adsl Oct 16 '18 at 13:20
  • curl -X POST -d '{"txs_hashes":["80ba003b5115a66e3aa77b6e6d4c8d5ef71e8a9806b4a9a1c69dc4c3f325251e"],"decode_as_json":true}' -H 'Content-Type: application/json works fine for me. – jtgrassie Oct 16 '18 at 13:36

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