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@alexgrover.eth
Is there a hub-native way of getting a list of FIDs from an eth address? It would be really nice if there was a reverse equivalent of verificationsByFid without running an indexer.
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@victoctero
Maybe Airstack?
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@deodad
nope hub indices are generally kept minimal
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@tanishq
replicator from node and then SQL query over it?
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@six
do you mean like, not using neynar?
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@fun
use neynar
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@tudorizer
The Hubs http spec doesn’t mention it. Maybe one day. This has been the biggest bottleneck for the current auction at /magicframes I had to throw 2 workarounds to handle users not found.
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Hi @alexgrover.eth seems no API from hubs for this If you want to do it w/o any 3rd party: 1. Replicate Hubs data to your postgres https://docs.farcaster.xyz/developers/guides/apps/replicate#VPSidebarNav 2. Fetch address from `verifications` table https://docs.farcaster.xyz/reference/replicator/schema#verifications
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