With BigchainDB version 0.10 [GitHub] we’ve released the first implementation of the WebSocket Event Stream API.

The Event Stream API enables new ways to interact with BigchainDB, making it possible for your application to subscribe to all newly–confirmed transactions that are happening in the system.

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Here’s to events! [image by Alberto Granzotto]

From now on, if you are running BigchainDB version 0.10, you can open web socket to host:9985 and listen to the transactions that has been just confirmed. As soon as a new transaction changes its status to valid, your program will receive a message from the BigchainDB web socket server with the following payload:



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