Transaction Simulator API: Predict the outcome of multiple TXs

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Smart contract insights
Predict TXs in the upcoming block, refining trading tactics and unlocking new potentials.
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Safe transaction testing
Processing hundreds of requests every second.
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Cost clarity
Preview transactions, knowing which will proceed or revert.
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Save on gas
Use for efficient smart contract tests, minimizing gas spend without added fees.
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Full contract view
Witness the entire contract process without executing on the blockchain.
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In-depth data
Access detailed transaction logs, including topics and state differences.
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Best fit for Web3: Simulate transaction with ease

Detect and correct issues in critical transactions
Optimize your gas spend by analyzing the mempool
Modify smart contract settings, then simulate to preview results
Submit modified transactions swiftly, ensuring accurate parameter changes for immediate desired outcomes
Simulate multiple scenarios in a single request, viewing sequential performances within the current block
Forecast the success, gas consumption, and expense of transactions prior to on-chain submission

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CTO, AdCel
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Things you need to know about TX Simulation API endpoint

What is a Web3 simulate transaction?

A Web3 simulate transaction refers to the process of simulating a transaction on a blockchain using the Web3.js library or a similar Web3 library in order to estimate the gas cost and potential outcome of the transaction without actually sending it to the blockchain.

Is simulating a transaction the same as executing it on the blockchain?

No, simulating a transaction is different from executing it on the blockchain. When you simulate a transaction, you're testing the transaction's parameters and estimating its effects, but you're not actually sending it to the network for confirmation.

How do I simulate a transaction using Web3.js or a similar library?

The process typically involves creating a transaction object with all the necessary parameters (e.g., sender, recipient, value, data), calling a function to simulate the transaction, and then analyzing the results to determine gas cost and transaction success. With a similar ethers js, simulate transaction is also possible.

Why would I use Transaction Simulation API methods?

Transaction Simulation API Methods serve several purposes:

  • Gas estimation: You can estimate the gas cost of a transaction before sending it, helping you set an appropriate gas price.
  • Validation: You can check whether a transaction will succeed or fail based on the current blockchain state and contract conditions.
  • Testing: These methods are valuable for testing and debugging interactions with smart contracts without incurring actual transaction costs.

How do Transaction Simulation API methods work?

Typically, you send a request to the API with a description of the transaction you want to simulate, including details like sender, recipient, value, data, and gas parameters. 

The method accepts 3 parameters:

  • Object with truncation details
    • from - Address from
    • to — Address to
    • gas — Gas limit in hex
    • data — Transaction Payload
  • Block hash or latest
  • Tracer specificity (required parameter)

The API then processes the request, simulates the transaction, and returns results, such as gas cost estimates and transaction success status.

What is the Transaction Lifecycle?

The Transaction Lifecycle refers to the series of stages that a transaction goes through in a blockchain network, from its initiation to its final confirmation on the blockchain. It includes various steps to ensure the security, validity, and immutability of transactions. Each stage can be tracked by the TX Simulator and has defined outcomes in the prediction. 

What is the Transaction Simulation API Endpoint?

The Transaction Simulation API endpoint is a specific URL or URI that allows developers to simulate blockchain transactions without actually executing them on the network. This is especially useful in a development or testing environment, allowing developers to understand the potential outcomes of a transaction (e.g., success, failure, gas costs) without incurring real costs or affecting the live blockchain state. 

By calling this endpoint with specific transaction details, the Transaction Simulation API will return the predicted results of the transaction, helping developers debug, optimize, or validate their smart contract interactions in, for example, Ethereum. Simulate transaction is the method you want to leverage to cut costs and utilize smarter trading strategies.

Which blockchains support the Transaction Simulation API Endpoint?

The availability of the Transaction Simulation API Endpoint depends on the specific blockchain network and its developer tools. Popular blockchains like Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, and Polygon often provide this functionality through their respective APIs. Also, our team is ready to develop the version of the simulator for the blockchain you need in the shortest time. Custom blockchains are also possible for us to handle. 

How does the Transaction Simulation API Endpoint work?

The Transaction Simulation API Endpoint works by accepting transaction data and parameters as input and then running a simulation of the transaction on the blockchain's virtual machine without actually adding it to the blockchain. The simulation provides details about the transaction's potential gas cost, execution success, and potential state changes.

Our TX Simulator does everything faster because of the architecture of the solution and the way it is connected to your project. The high standard of speed, accessibility, and accuracy of work make this Ethereum transaction simulator applicable to any project running on Ethereum and other blockchains.