Supported Blockchains & Digital Assets
Not all blockchains function identically, so Tatum supports different features depending on the technical constraints of each blockchain. In the table below, you can compare which broad feature sets are supported on which blockchains.
- RPC node access - Indicates whether or not it is possible to call the RPC nodes of the given blockchain directly.
- Basic blockchain operations - If a chain supports basic blockchain operations in Tatum, you can generate wallets, private keys, account addresses, transfer tokens, and other such operations using Tatum's abstracted API endpoints.
- Notifications - Indicates whether Tatum's Notification Station feature is supported. (Note: even if Notification Station is not supported, it is still possible to set up webhook notifications on any blockchain that supports virtual accounts).
- Data API - Indicates whether advanced data lookup operations that require indexing of the entire blockchain are available (e.g. get NFTs by address, get NFTs by collection, etc.).
- API code - The code representing the given blockchain in Tatum's API. This code is used in all operations where it is necessary to specify the name of the chain on which you are working.
In addition to supporting blockchains, Tatum also natively supports many digital assets that can be used instantly with virtual accounts.
The following parameters are included in the table below:
- Asset - the name of the digital asset
- Base chain - the blockchain on which the asset exists
- API code - the code representing the given asset in Tatum's API. This code is used in all operations where it is necessary to specify the name of the asset.