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Accounts of addresses holding assets of specific policy

Returns a list of accounts (as stake/reward addresses) associated with addresses which control some of an asset of the specified policy; in other words, instead of returning the addresses which hold the assets, the addresses are merged by their delegation part/account. Assets controlled by Byron, enterprise, or pointer addresses are omitted.

CAUTION: An asset being associated with a particular stake account does not necessarily mean the owner of that account controls the asset; use "asset addresses" unless you are sure you want to work with stake keys. Read more here.

Path Parameters
    policy string required

    Hex encoded Policy ID

Query Parameters
    count any

    The max number of results per page

    cursor string

    Pagination cursor string, use the cursor included in a page of results to fetch the next page

Header Parameters
    amounts-as-strings string

    Large numbers returned as strings if set to true

Responses

Returns stake addresses for accounts which hold assets of the given policy ID with the asset names and amounts


Schema
    data object[] required

    Endpoint response data

  • Array [
  • account string required

    Address of the holder

    assets object[] required

    List of assets owned by the holder belonging to the policy

  • Array [
  • amount object required

    Integer or number by default, or a string representation if the amounts-as-strings header is set to true

    oneOf

    integer

    Integer or number by default, or a string representation if the amounts-as-strings header is set to true

    name string required

    Hex encoded asset name

  • ]
  • ]
  • last_updated object required

    Details of the most recent block processed by the indexer (aka chain tip); that is, the data returned is correct as of this block in time.

    block_hash string required

    Hex-encoded hash of the most recently processed block (aka chain tip)

    block_slot int64 required

    Absolute slot of the most recently processed block (aka chain tip)

    timestamp string required

    UTC timestamp of when the most recently processed block was minted

    next_cursor string nullable

    Pagination cursor

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