We at Moralis are thrilled to release four new ERC-20 token endpoints!
New Moralis Mint, Burn, Approval and Transfer Endpoints
All in all, we are now launching four new endpoints, consisting of three brand-new endpoints, and one much-improved endpoint. Read on to learn more!
Our new Mint endpoint /erc20/mints enables users to fetch all token mints by either wallet address or for a given contract. Practically speaking, this means users can look up and monitor all the mint events for e.g. a USDC contract.
Our new Burn endpoint /erc20/burns enables users to fetch all token burns by either wallet address or for a given contract. Practically speaking, this means users can look up and monitor all the burn events for e.g. a Wrapped Ether contract.
Our new Approval endpoint /erc20/approvals enables users to identify all approvals of one or many addresses. Practically speaking, this means users can easily build their own token approval checker in the vein of e.g. Etherscan.
We already had a Transfer endpoint, but /erc20/transfers now enables a much-improved solution for identifying ERC20 transfers from a contract or a wallet, which is far more flexible and dynamic than before. Practically speaking, this means you can identify all ERC20 transfers from a wallet or a specific contract such as Uniswap.
All of these endpoints come with support for flexible filtering based on either contract address or wallet address, and even allow you to exclude certain addresses of your choosing.
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