In this walk-through we will see how to create a simple data flow that reads last 10 blocks in an ethereum blockchain test net Rinkeby, whose node is also hosted by SnapHash to make integration easy.
Last 10 blocks are then printed on debugger console of SnapHash Flows editor
Please note that this is also possible to use any external ethereum network node provided that its accessible by SnapHash. For further details, check;
This is one of simplest examples, but there exist more interesting scenarios for example listening to the events in an ethereum network in realtime etc. For other examples have a look at,