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Tornado Cash Withdrawals

The ethereum.tornado_cash_withdrawals table provides indexed views of all withdraws from Tornado Cash mixer pools on a specific chain, including any forks of Tornado Cash.


Name Type Description
block_number integer The block number of the event.
contract_address text The mixer pool address.
fork_number integer If the pool was not deployed by Tornado Cash Devs or other labelled fork deployers, then this indicates a Tornado Cash fork deployed by a unique dev, incrementing upwards when a new deployer address is seen.
log_index integer The log index of the event.
mixer_name text The name of the pool, the symbol of the pool token, and the allowed size of the deposit token. Includes whether the pool is an actual Tornado Cash pool, or a Tornado Cash fork.
origin_address text The address that sent the withdrawal transaction.
quantity numeric The raw amount of tokens withdrawn.
timestamp timestamp without time zone The timestamp of the event (in ISO-8601 format).
to_address text The address that withdrew the tokens.
token_address text The token address of the mixer pool.
transaction_hash text The transaction hash of the event.
__block_number integer An internal identifier for the indexer that updates this row. Use block_number instead when querying.
__confirmed boolean Flag indicating whether the transfer has been confirmed.
__last_modified timestamp The date at which this row was last updated (in ISO-8601 format).

Supported Protocols

tornado-10-forks tornado-11-forks tornado-3-forks tornado-4-forks
tornado-5-forks tornado-6-forks tornado-7-forks tornado-8-forks
tornado-9-forks void: 1.0 ETH-None void: 10.0 ETH-None


token_address, timestamp, log_index
to_address, block_number, log_index
timestamp, log_index
contract_address, block_number, log_index
__indexer_id WHERE __confirmed = false
transaction_hash, log_index
to_address, timestamp, log_index
contract_address, timestamp, log_index
__indexer_id, __block_number
block_number, log_index

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