Documentation for eth_defi.confirmation.wait_transactions_to_complete function.

wait_transactions_to_complete(web3, txs, confirmation_block_count=0, max_timeout=datetime.timedelta(seconds=300), poll_delay=datetime.timedelta(seconds=1), node_switch_timeout=datetime.timedelta(seconds=60))[source]

Watch multiple transactions executed at parallel.

Use simple poll loop to wait all transactions to complete.

If web3 is configured to use eth_defi.provider.fallback.FallbackProvider, try to switch between alternative node providers when confirming the transactions, because sometimes low quality nodes (Ankr, LlamaNodes) do not see transactions for several minutes.


tx_hash1 = web3.eth.send_raw_transaction(signed1.rawTransaction)
tx_hash2 = web3.eth.send_raw_transaction(signed2.rawTransaction)

complete = wait_transactions_to_complete(web3, [tx_hash1, tx_hash2])

# Check both transaction succeeded
for receipt in complete.values():
    assert receipt.status == 1  # tx success
  • txs (List[Union[hexbytes.main.HexBytes, str]]) – List of transaction hashes

  • confirmation_block_count (int) – How many blocks wait for the transaction receipt to settle. Set to zero to return as soon as we see the first transaction receipt.

  • node_switch_timeout

    Switch to alternative fallback node provider every time we reach this limit.

    Sometimes our node is malfunctioning (LlamaNodes, Ankr) and does not report transactions timely. Try with another node.

    See eth_defi.provider.fallback.FallbackProvider for details.

  • web3 (web3.main.Web3) –


Map of transaction hashes -> receipt

Return type

Dict[hexbytes.main.HexBytes, dict]