listassets "( asset )" ( verbose ) ( count ) ( start )

Returns a list of all assets

This could be a slow/expensive operation as it reads from the database


  1. “asset” (string, optional, default=”*”) filters results – must be an asset name or a partial asset name followed by ‘*’ (‘*’ matches all trailing characters)
  2. “verbose” (boolean, optional, default=false) when false result is just a list of asset names – when true results are asset name mapped to metadata
  3. “count” (integer, optional, default=ALL) truncates results to include only the first _count_ assets found
  4. “start” (integer, optional, default=0) results skip over the first _start_ assets found (if negative it skips back from the end)

Result (verbose=false):


Result (verbose=true):

    amount: (number),
    units: (number),
    reissuable: (number),
    has_ipfs: (number),
    ipfs_hash: (hash) (only if has_ipfs = 1 and data is a ipfs hash)
    ipfs_hash: (hash) (only if has_ipfs = 1 and data is a txid hash)
{...}, {...}


curl --user myusername --data-binary '{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id":"curltest", "method": "listassets", "params": [] }' -H 'content-type: text/plain;'
hive-cli listassets ASSET
hive-cli listassets "ASSET*" true 10 20