getTokenAccountsByDelegate

Returns all SPL Token accounts by approved delegate.

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Parameters

  • pubkey (string): The Pubkey of the account delegate to query encoded as a base-58 string.
  • object: An array containing the JSON object with the following fields:
    • mint (string): The Pubkey of the specific token Mint to limit accounts to, as a base-58 encoded string.
    • programId (string): The Pubkey of the Token program ID that owns the accounts, as a base-58 encoded string.
    • object: An array containing the JSON object with the following fields:
      • commitment (string): The level of commitment required for the query. Options include:
        • finalized: The most recent block confirmed by the supermajority of the cluster as having reached maximum lockout, meaning the cluster has recognized this block as finalized.
        • confirmed: The most recent block that has been voted on by the supermajority of the cluster.
        • processed: The most recent block queried by the node. Note that the block may not be complete.
      • encoding (string): The encoding format for account data. It can be one of base58 (slow), base64, base64+zstd, or jsonParsed.
      • dataSlice (string): The returned account data using the provided offset: 'usize' and length: 'usize' fields; only available for base58, base64, or base64+zstd encodings.
      • minContextSlot (integer): The minimum slot at which the request can be evaluated.

Returns

  • result: An object with the following fields:
    • context: Information about the current state of the program.
    • apiVersion: The version of the Solana RPC API to use.
    • slot: An integer representing the slot for which to retrieve the fee calculator.
    • value: A JSON object with the following fields:
      • account: An address on the Solana blockchain that is used to store assets.
      • data: A string containing the encoded data to be passed to the instruction.
      • program: The program that manages the token.
      • parsed: An array of parsed instructions that were executed in the block's transactions.
      • info: An array of information objects that provide additional details about the transactions in the block.
      • tokenAmount: The balance of the token in the token account.
      • amount: The raw total token supply without decimals, a string representation of a u64 integer.
      • decimals: An integer value representing the number of decimal places used by the token.
      • uiAmount: The total token supply using mint-prescribed decimals (DEPRECATED).
      • uiAmountString: The total token supply as a string using mint-prescribed decimals.
      • delegate: The public address of the delegate from which the account tokens are to be retrieved encoded as a base-58 string.
      • delegateAmount: The configuration object with the following fields:
        • amount: The raw total token supply without decimals, a string representation of a u64 integer.
        • decimals: An integer value representing the number of decimal places used by the token.
        • uiAmount: The total token supply using mint-prescribed decimals (DEPRECATED).
        • uiAmountString: The total token supply as a string using mint-prescribed decimals.
      • isNative: A boolean value indicating whether the token is a native token of the Solana blockchain.
      • mint: Provides information about the creation of new tokens.
      • owner: The base-58 encoded Pubkey of the program this account has been assigned to.
      • state: The current state of the token account.
      • type: The type of the block. It can be used to differentiate between regular blocks and special blocks such as snapshot or transaction confirmation blocks.
      • space: The amount of storage space required to store the token account.
      • pubkey: The public key associated with the token account.
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