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GET nfts


Get the volume of transactions that happened in a given collection.



Get only the amount of nfts you need by informing the amount through the query limit parameter.

Range: 0 → 350

The default value of limit is 50, if you don't specify a value, this value be adopted.



Offset ignores the desired amount of nfts starting from 1 to offset. That is, if you want to skip the first 100 nfts, the offset will be set to offset 100.

The default value of offset is 0, if you don't specify a value, 0 will be adopted.


You can filter transactions to get more specific results.

1. Owner address


It only returns NFT referring to a specific wallet.



It only return the NFT by id.

3. Collection name


Filter NFTs by the collection name.

4. Collection display name


Filter NFTs by the collection display name.

5. Index


Filter NFTs by index. Multiple indices are allowed

6. Trait


Filter NFTs by its traits. Multiple traits are allowed.


1. Order by


Possible values:

  • id
  • index
  • nft_name
  • collection_name
  • collection_display_name
  • blockchain
  • last_price
  • ranking
  • rarity_score
  • meta_score
  • adjusted_ranking
  • adjusted_score
  • adjusted_rarity_score
  • adjusted_meta_score

2. Order direction


Define the ordering direction of the response with the list of collections.

Possible values:

  1. asc → represents an order that starts at the lowest value and ends at the highest reference value
  2. desc → represents an order that starts at the highest value and ends at the lowest reference value

The default value of order_direction is asc , if you don't specify a value, this value will be adopted.

Note: Values are case-insensitive


Specify a time interval and receive the total amount of transactions in the interval you entered, which can be in hours, days or months. Only one interval is allowed.

1. Hours


2. Days


3. Months


Expected return

An array of NFTs.

"response": [
"rarity_score": 36.65,
"meta_score": 0,
"score": 36.65,
"ranking": 208,
"adjusted_meta_score": 0,
"adjusted_rarity_score": 6428,
"adjusted_score": 6428,
"adjusted_ranking": 17,
"matches": [],
"nft_id": "1",
"nft_index": 1,
"collection_name": "curiocardswrapper",
"collection_display_name": "My Curio Cards",
"blockchain": "Ethereum",
"website_link": null,
"name": "Apples",
"image": "",
"owner": "0x7055d2b309057d3396f7d005c8e1d61269b993a0",
"last_price": "1750000000000000000"
"paging": {
"total": 30,
"pages": 1,
"page": 1

400 Invalid Request

Your request is malformed. Please, check the documentation out.

401 API key is invalid

You did not pass the API key for getting authorization.

404 Data not found

Your request returned with no matches.

429 Too many requests

You are hiting the API request limit.

500 Internal server error

The server did not know how to handle this error.