zkevm_verifiedBatchNumber | zkEVM

Polygon zkEVM API method that returns the latest verified batch number.

In the Polygon zkEVM, transactions are grouped into batches, and each batch is verified using zero-knowledge proofs. A batch is considered verified once its proof has been validated and accepted by the network.

Parameters

  • none

Response

  • result β€” the hexadecimal value of the latest verified batch number that has been added to the Polygon zkEVM network.

zkevm_verifiedBatchNumber code examples

const Web3 = require("web3");
const NODE_URL = "YOUR_CHAINSTACK_ENDPOINT";
const web3 = new Web3(NODE_URL);

web3.extend({
    property: 'zkEVM',
    methods: [{
      name: 'verifiedBatchNumber',
      call: 'zkevm_verifiedBatchNumber',
      params: 0,
      inputFormatter: null,
      outputFormatter: null
    }]
  });

async function verifiedBatchNumber() {
  const output = await web3.zkEVM.verifiedBatchNumber()
  console.log(output)
}

verifiedBatchNumber();

const ethers = require('ethers');
const NODE_URL = "YOUR_CHAINSTACK_ENDPOINT";
const provider = new ethers.providers.JsonRpcProvider(NODE_URL);

const verifiedBatchNumber = async () => {

    // This will return the value in Hex
    const latestVerifiedBatchNumber = await provider.send("zkevm_verifiedBatchNumber");
    console.log(`Latest Verified Batch Number: ${latestVerifiedBatchNumber}`);
};

verifiedBatchNumber();
from web3 import Web3
node_url = "YOUR_CHAINSTACK_ENDPOINT"
web3 = Web3(Web3.HTTPProvider(node_url))
output = web3.provider.make_request('zkevm_verifiedBatchNumber', [])
print(output)

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