Subdomains Of Multiple Accounts

This endpoint returns you a list of subdomains owned based on the account hashes that you input


  • accountHashes- a list of domain owner's account hash


Valid Response

<object>- a list of JSON objects containing the following fields each:

  • owner:<String>, the domain owner's account hash
  • subdomains:[<object>], a list of subdomains owned which contains the following fields each:
    • name:<String>, the name of the subdomain
    • subdomainHash:<String>, the subdomain's account hash

Example of a valid response:

  "status": "Success",
  "message": "Retrieved accounts' sub domains",
  "result": [
      "owner": "GE6DXG7QzXX64TDsfX9GECuVbwxQ6VxpQmhvT1oPXFdp",
      "subdomains": [
          "name": "mud",
          "subdomainHash": "CKfSW36KdGTWB4Micamdve8FYeb8mqDEed64KxQKVBg9"
          "name": "ustur",
          "subdomainHash": "CaGxycj9DxMonp6RzLsWrHZjNb2NxmRzXsDY95ri4HbT"
          "name": "oni",
          "subdomainHash": "CkFWzxdjD7x7Zu7wiUGQL8z9iocJXJYkgzTDTDnxqg34"
          "name": "outskirts",
          "subdomainHash": "88YrvLy9L2mS8Nz685UVRoPvukkXuVUxFMnpGFMeQYmq"

Invalid Response

<object> - a JSON object containing the following fields if the requested account doesn't exist

  • code:<integer>, The error code
  • message:<String>, An error message to indicate which part of the query went wrong
  • status:<String>, The response status following the error code
    • 400 = Bad Request (client side)
    • 500 = Internal Server Error (server side)
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