I know $ cleos get currency stats eosio.token EOS reports the current supply in the blockchain, but how can I get the supply through time?


I think you can listen to the block with the issue event of eosio.token, only the issue action can update the supply.

  • But would this capture decrease of supply from mechanisms such as RAM fees which burn EOS? – confused00 Jul 16 '18 at 13:18
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    ram fee doesn't burn now, it maybe used by the community, there's no method to burn the token in eos.token – Jimmy Guo Jul 17 '18 at 3:15
  • you're right, it seems like it transfers to N(eosio.ramfee) when selling ram, so to calculate circulating supply maybe i can deduct get_balance("eosio.ramfee") + get_balance("eosio.stake") + get_balance("eosio.ram") – confused00 Jul 17 '18 at 9:34

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