Blockchain tokens are digital assets that are created and managed on a blockchain like Ethereum. They can be thought of as units of value that are stored and transferred on a particular blockchain. Tokens can be used for a variety of purposes, such as representing assets or rights (like NFT's), enabling access to a network or service, or functioning as a medium of exchange.

Tokens are created and managed through the use of smart contracts on the blockchain, which are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into the code itself. The tokens can be stored in a digital wallet, and their transfer and ownership can be tracked on the blockchain ledger.


Amberdata provides a wide array of token data including:

  • Token Information: Comprehensive token information for various tokens including token name, symbol, contract address, decimals, total supply, circulating supply, and more.

  • Token Transfers: Data on all token transfers including the sender, receiver, amount, transaction hash, and timestamp.

  • Token Holders: Information on token holders, including the number of holders, their addresses, and the number of tokens held by each address.

  • Token Analytics: Token analytics data such as price, volume, market cap, trading volume, and more.

We also allow you to query token data based on a block, address, transaction or the token itself.

API Endpoints

/address tokens balance latest
/address tokens balance historical
/address tokens transfers
/blocks tokens transfers
/tokens holders latest
/tokens holders historical
/tokens metrics latest
/tokens metrics historical
/tokens metrics velocity
/tokens metrics volume
/tokens supply latest
/tokens supply historical
/tokens transfers
/transactions tokens transfers


Our Token endpoints found throughout the different On-Chain namespaces are available via REST API, WebSockets or JSON RPC. The list of supported Blockchain networks can be found in the API Documentation here.

Since we maintain our own nodes, we have every event from the genesis block forward which enables us to provide complete historical datasets for most of the chains we support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does your data show the most recent and historical token data?

  • Yes. Depending on the endpoint, we have both latest (most recent block) and historical data all the way back to the genesis block (for most chains).