listunspent - Zcash 4.0.0 RPC

listunspent ( minconf maxconf  ["address",...] )

Returns array of unspent transaction outputs
with between minconf and maxconf (inclusive) confirmations.
Optionally filter to only include txouts paid to specified addresses.
Results are an array of Objects, each of which has:
{txid, vout, scriptPubKey, amount, confirmations}

1. minconf          (numeric, optional, default=1) The minimum confirmations to filter
2. maxconf          (numeric, optional, default=9999999) The maximum confirmations to filter
3. "addresses"    (string) A json array of Zcash addresses to filter
      "address"   (string) Zcash address

[                   (array of json object)
    "txid" : "txid",          (string) the transaction id 
    "vout" : n,               (numeric) the vout value
    "generated" : true|false  (boolean) true if txout is a coinbase transaction output
    "address" : "address",    (string) the Zcash address
    "account" : "account",    (string) DEPRECATED. The associated account, or "" for the default account
    "scriptPubKey" : "key",   (string) the script key
    "amount" :,         (numeric) the transaction amount in ZEC
    "amountZat" : xxxx        (numeric) the transaction amount in zatoshis
    "confirmations" : n,      (numeric) The number of confirmations
    "redeemScript" : n        (string) The redeemScript if scriptPubKey is P2SH
    "spendable" : xxx         (bool) Whether we have the private keys to spend this output

> zcash-cli listunspent 
> zcash-cli listunspent 6 9999999 "[\"t1PGFqEzfmQch1gKD3ra4k18PNj3tTUUSqg\",\"t1LtvqCaApEdUGFkpKMM4MstjcaL4dKg8SP\"]"
> curl --user myusername --data-binary '{"jsonrpc": "1.0", "id":"curltest", "method": "listunspent", "params": [6, 9999999 "[\"t1PGFqEzfmQch1gKD3ra4k18PNj3tTUUSqg\",\"t1LtvqCaApEdUGFkpKMM4MstjcaL4dKg8SP\"]"] }' -H 'content-type: text/plain;'

Made by @karel_3d; license of the docs is MIT (see zcash repo), license of the scripts and webpage is also MIT ((C) 2018 Karel Bilek) (github repo)

Note it uses a mainnet node