This API endpoint, "Transactions", is primarily designed to fetch the 10 most recent transactions from a specific network. The SELECT statement retrieves all available columns from the 'transactions' table from the given network.

The expected parameter for this query is 'network', which should be provided as a string in the query. This parameter represents the name of the network database from which you'll extract transaction data.

The output of this API call includes a comprehensive list of the transactions in the given network, sorted in descending order based on the block number. You'll receive all data in a table format. The 'transactions' table typically consists of details such as transaction hash, block hash, block number, from address, to address, value, etc. Please note, the actual parameters may vary based on the network.

Visual data representation is readily available via a tabular view.
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