The APIs in this article are just the tip of the iceberg, you can query any on-chain data for the Conflux network using our APIs. Besides, check out our Conflux blockchain explorer.
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Let’s start simple and check the daily blocks on the Conflux network. You can use the following query for this.
As you can see, the Conflux network produced more than 5 million blocks in November.
Conflux transaction by date
Now, let’s check the number of transactions the Conflux network processing every day.
Conflux blockchain volume in USD
As we mentioned above, the Conflux blockchain launched just a few weeks before, so let’s check its USD volume.
As you can see, the volume on the network increased multifold in December.
Conflux Gas spent by date
As shown above, Conflux processed more than 1.12 million transactions in the month of November. Let’s see how much Gas (transaction fee) was used to process these transactions.
As you can see, the total transaction fee was less than $5 for 1.12 million transactions.
Unique smart contracts deployed on Conflux
Conflux is a smart contract blockchain and supports Solidity. In other words, you can write Solidity smart contracts and deploy them on the Conflux network. Let’s see how many unique smart contracts are already deployed on the Conflux network.
Top Conflux tokens based on transfer count
It’s been a month since the launch of Conflux mainnet, and there are plenty of tokens already deployed on the network. Let’s see top Conflux tokens based on the number of transfers.
Conflux active addresses
Active addresses is one of the critical metrics to understand the growth and usage of any blockchain. So let’s see how to query active addresses on the Conflux network.
Usually, we need to aggregate different properties while analyzing any dataset. For example, when querying Conflux blockchain, we might ask questions like “What is the average or median Gas fee on the blockchain.” To get this, let me show you how to perform aggregation using our GraphQL APIs.
Conflux blockchain data and APIs
We just showed you how to get primary on-chain data for the Conflux network. Additionally, our GrpahQL APIs have comprehensive coverage for the Conflux blockchain data, and you can build more complex APIs using Bitquery IDE.
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