eth_getBlockTransactionCountByNumber | Ronin

Ronin API method that returns the number of transactions in a block matching the given block number. This method allows users to query the transaction count for blocks identified by their height in the blockchain.


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  • blockNumber — the number of the block for which to retrieve the transaction count. It can be specified as a hexadecimal value or as one of the special strings "earliest", "latest", or "pending".


  • result — the number of transactions in the specified block, encoded as a hexadecimal.

Use case

The eth_getBlockTransactionCountByNumber method is useful for applications and services that analyze the Ronin blockchain. It can help in understanding the transaction throughput and identifying blocks with unusually high or low numbers of transactions, which could indicate significant events or changes in network activity.

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