eth-balance-checker

Ethereum smart contract and library for efficient ERC20 and Ether balance checks.

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Ethereum Balance Checker


A smart contract and library pair that allows you to check for multiple ERC20 and Ether balances across multiple addresses in a single RPC call.

Demo

You can find a demo over here: https://wbobeirne.github.io/eth-balance-checker-demo
The source for that demo is available here: https://github.com/wbobeirne/eth-balance-checker-demo

NPM Package

npm install --save eth-balance-checker
# OR
yarn add eth-balance-checker

Contract

The main contract is in contracts/BalanceChecker.sol. Its associated ABI is in abis/BalanceChecker.abi.json. Both of these are included in the NPM package if you want to compile them yourself, or extend them with another contract.

Deployed Addresses

  • mainnet: 0xb1f8e55c7f64d203c1400b9d8555d050f94adf39
  • ropsten: 0x8D9708f3F514206486D7E988533f770a16d074a7
  • rinkeby: 0x3183B673f4816C94BeF53958BaF93C671B7F8Cf2
  • kovan: 0x55ABBa8d669D60A10c104CC493ec5ef389EC92bb
  • goerli: 0x9788C4E93f9002a7ad8e72633b11E8d1ecd51f9b
  • binance smart chain mainnet: 0x2352c63A83f9Fd126af8676146721Fa00924d7e4
  • binance smart chain testnet: 0x2352c63A83f9Fd126af8676146721Fa00924d7e4
  • polygon: 0x2352c63A83f9Fd126af8676146721Fa00924d7e4
  • mumbai: 0x2352c63A83f9Fd126af8676146721Fa00924d7e4
  • Optimism: 0xB1c568e9C3E6bdaf755A60c7418C269eb11524FC
  • Optimism Kovan: 0xB1c568e9C3E6bdaf755A60c7418C269eb11524FC
  • arbitrum: 0x151E24A486D7258dd7C33Fb67E4bB01919B7B32c
  • avalanche: 0xD023D153a0DFa485130ECFdE2FAA7e612EF94818
  • fantom: 0x07f697424ABe762bB808c109860c04eA488ff92B

Library

There are separate libraries for web3.js and ethers.js, both with identical APIs. Just import the functions from either eth-balance-checker/lib/web3 or eth-balance-checker/lib/ethers. For all functions, pass "0x0" as the "token" address to get the ether balance of an address.
All functions also take in an optional 4th options parameter, those options are as follows:
interface Options {
  // Choose a custom contract address. Must be provided to run the
  // code on non-mainnet network.
  contractAddress?: string;
}

getAddressBalances

Parameters
  • provider: Web3 | Ethers.Provider - The provider to use for the contract call.
  • address: string - The address to lookup balances for
  • tokens: string[] - Array of token contract addresses. Only supports ERC20 tokens.
  • options?: Options - Options for the contract, see above for options.
Returns
Promise<{
  // Ether balance
  "0x0": "100",
  // Token balances
  "0x123...": "500",
  "0x456...": "100000",
  ...
}>
Example
import Web3 from 'web3';
import { getAddressBalances } from 'eth-balance-checker/lib/web3';

const web3 = new Web3(...);
const address = '0x123...';
const tokens = ['0x0', '0x456...'];
getAddressBalances(web3, address, tokens).then(balances => {
  console.log(balances); // { "0x0": "100", "0x456...": "200" }
});

getAddressesBalances

Parameters
  • provider: Web3 | Ethers.Provider - The provider to use for the contract call.
  • addresses: string[] - Array of addresses to lookup balances for.
  • tokens: string[] - Array of token contract addresses. Only supports ERC20 tokens.
  • options?: Options - Options for the contract, see above for options.
Returns
Promise<{
  // Address as the key
  "0x123...": {
    // Ether balance
    "0x0": "100",
    // Token balances
    "0x456...": "500",
    "0x789...": "10000",
    ...
  },
  ...
}>
Example
import * as Ethers from 'ethers';
import { getAddressesBalances } from 'eth-balance-checker/lib/ethers';

const ethers = Ethers.getDefaultProvider();
const addresses = ['0x123...', '0x456...'];
const tokens = ['0x0', '0x789...'];
getAddressesBalances(ethers, addresses, tokens).then(balances => {
  console.log(balances); // { "0x123...": { "0x0": "100", ... }, ... }
});

Development

Setup

Requires node 8+. Just install packages, then use commands as needed:
npm install
# OR
yarn

Commands

  • build:contract - Runs truffle compile on the contract, and extracts ABI.
  • build:lib - Runs tsc and outputs js and typedefs to lib/
  • build - Runs build:contract then build:lib
  • test:contract - Runs truffle test
  • test:lib - No tests implemented yet
  • test - Runs tst:contract and test:lib

Credits

@DeltaBalances' smart contract for this
  • This library came out of EthSanFrancisco from the
Safu Chrome Extension project.