How to use it

Use the Tatum SDK to access the TRON network as follows:

// yarn add @tatumio/tatum

import { TatumSDK, Tron, Network } from '@tatumio/tatum'

const tatum = await TatumSDK.init<Tron>({network: Network.TRON})

const res = await tatum.rpc.getPaginatedAssetIssueList(0, 20)

await tatum.destroy() // Destroy Tatum SDK - needed for stopping background jobs


  • assetIssue: (array)

    • id: (integer) token ID

    • owner_address: (string) issuer address

    • name: (string) token name

    • abbr: (string) token abbreviation

    • total_supply: (integer) total supply

    • frozen_supply: (Array) The number of tokens to be frozen is specified by the issuer of the token when it is issued

    • trx_num: (integer) Define the price by the ratio of trx_num/num(The unit of 'trx_num' is SUN)

    • precision: (integer) precision

    • num: (integer) Define the price by the ratio of trx_num/num(The unit of 'trx_num' is SUN)

    • start_time: (integer) ICO start time

    • end_time: (integer) ICO end time

    • description: (string) token description

    • url: (string) Token official website url, default hexString

    • free_asset_net_limit: (integer) Token free asset net limit

    • public_free_asset_net_limit: (integer) Token public free asset net limit for a account

    • public_free_asset_net_usage: (integer) The total number of token free bandwidth used by all token owner

    • public_latest_free_net_time: (integer) The timestamp of the last consumption of this token's free bandwidth


  1. offset (integer) - The index of the start token. This parameter allows you to specify the starting point in the list of tokens.

  2. limit (integer) - The amount of tokens per page. This parameter allows you to limit the number of tokens returned in a single request.

Return Object

This method returns a promise that resolves to an array of AssetIssueCapsule objects. Each AssetIssueCapsule object represents a TRC10 token and includes detailed fields as described in the GetAssetIssueByAccount method.

HTTP Request Example

A typical HTTP request using this method looks like this:

  "offset": 0,
  "limit": 20

HTTP Response Example

  "assetIssue": [
      "owner_address": "41f3642e1824d654fed5e71f850fd82d24ed8545ed",
      "name": "2e6874616363657373",
      "abbr": "74657374",
      "total_supply": 1000000000,
      "trx_num": 1,
      "precision": 6,
      "num": 1,
      "start_time": 1629878133455,
      "end_time": 1629978123454,
      "description": "74657374",
      "url": "68747470733a2f2f73757065726d61747269782e696f",
      "id": "1000942"
      "owner_address": "411fafb1e96dfe4f609e2259bfaf8c77b60c535b93",
      "name": "303734363537333734",
      "abbr": "36353738363136643730366336353631363236323732",
      "total_supply": 100000000,
      "frozen_supply": [
          "frozen_amount": 1,