Information about a particular address on the network. Note that this call may return information about a blockchain node or a signing entity. Also, the level of detail returned will vary depending on your permissions for the query target.
Information about an application referenced by the `id` parameter. If you are permissioned to that application, this will also return the message definitions you will need to comply with to issue valid transaction entries for that application.
When you are permissioned onto the network, you will be issued one or more `id`s to use. You may then send or update configurations of the transaction message types you wish to use. These are specified using Protocol Buffer version 3 files as spec...
By default, this call returns the last confirmed block, since the `from` and `to` parameters will both default to the last confirmed slot number. To get a range of blocks, use the `from` and `to` parameters. Specifying only the `from` parameter wi...
A specific block may be retrieved by its hash key. This is useful when navigating the chain.
Add a transaction entry for your application to the blockchain. Note that this entry must be a valid message according to the application configuration that you set up.
Returns full detail of the value of the blockchain entry referenced by the specified key, if it has been previously recorded by your node's key-value store (database).
By default, this call gets information about your local node and its connections. The `scope` parameter enabled this query to be extended to get further information about nodes that are visible to your node.
Information about a specific node may be retrieved by its address. This is useful when navigating the network.
Gets general metadata about the current state of the blockchain network. Useful for building dashboards.
A utility function that can be used temporarily if you don't have a library handy for a specific encoding. Provides transforms between Base-58, Base-64 and Hexadecimal encodings. You specify the input format and output format you wish, and a list ...