Get an Account with the Flow CLI

How to get a Flow account from the command line

The Flow CLI provides a command to fetch any account by its address from the Flow network.

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flow accounts get <address>

Example Usage

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flow accounts get 0xf8d6e0586b0a20c7

Example response

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Address 0xf8d6e0586b0a20c7
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Balance 99999999999.70000000
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Keys 1
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Key 0 Public Key 640a5a359bf3536d15192f18d872d57c98a96cb871b92b70cecb0739c2d5c37b4be12548d3526933c2cda9b0b9c69412f45ffb6b85b6840d8569d969fe84e5b7
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Weight 1000
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Signature Algorithm ECDSA_P256
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Hash Algorithm SHA3_256
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Revoked false
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Sequence Number 6
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Index 0
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Contracts Deployed: 2
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Contract: 'FlowServiceAccount'
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Contract: 'FlowStorageFees'

Arguments

Address

  • Name: address
  • Valid Input: Flow account address

Flow account address (prefixed with 0x or not).

Flags

Include Fields

  • Flag: --include
  • Valid inputs: contracts

Specify fields to include in the result output. Applies only to the text output.

Contracts

  • Flag: --contracts

⚠️ Deprecated: use include flag.

Code

⚠️ No longer supported: use contracts flag instead.

Host

  • Flag: --host
  • Valid inputs: an IP address or hostname.
  • Default: 127.0.0.1:3569 (Flow Emulator)

Specify the hostname of the Access API that will be used to execute the command. This flag overrides any host defined by the --network flag.

Network Key

  • Flag: --network-key
  • Valid inputs: A valid network public key of the host in hex string format

Specify the network public key of the Access API that will be used to create a secure GRPC client when executing the command.

Network

  • Flag: --network
  • Short Flag: -n
  • Valid inputs: the name of a network defined in the configuration (flow.json)
  • Default: emulator

Specify which network you want the command to use for execution.

Filter

  • Flag: --filter
  • Short Flag: -x
  • Valid inputs: a case-sensitive name of the result property.

Specify any property name from the result you want to return as the only value.

Output

  • Flag: --output
  • Short Flag: -o
  • Valid inputs: json, inline

Specify the format of the command results.

Save

  • Flag: --save
  • Short Flag: -s
  • Valid inputs: a path in the current filesystem.

Specify the filename where you want the result to be saved

Log

  • Flag: --log
  • Short Flag: -l
  • Valid inputs: none, error, debug
  • Default: info

Specify the log level. Control how much output you want to see during command execution.

Configuration

  • Flag: --config-path
  • Short Flag: -f
  • Valid inputs: a path in the current filesystem.
  • Default: flow.json

Specify the path to the flow.json configuration file. You can use the -f flag multiple times to merge several configuration files.