SubQuery’s mission is to make decentralised data more accessible.
We transform and organise data from Polkadot and Substrate projects, and then provide that data for developers to use for a wide array of projects (wallets, explorers, custom chains, or any other dApp).
Everyone knows that a core weakness of blockchain data is that the processing and query performance is extremely inefficient. SubQuery provides an open source SDK, which provides the instructions on how any Indexer should traverse the blockchain, what data to collect, and how it should be shown to users.
Creating a SubQuery project is, and always will…
Parallel’s mission is to innovate and bring DeFi to the next level and to a broader audience. Today we are excited to reveal how Parallel Finance are using SubQuery data in their new application.
Last week, DotMarketCap.com launched just ahead of the second batch of Kusama Parachain Auctions to provide data, blogs, prices, and other content on the Polkadot/Kusama ecosystem.
A huge amount of this live, real time data comes from SubQuery, specifically from the existing project maintained by SubVis. This is an excellent example of how SubQuery’s Explorer and open source approach facilitates collaboration and teamwork in the Polkadot ecosystem
SubQuery announces a US$9M funding round for the first decentralised data aggregation layer for the Polkadot ecosystem. This round brings together key stakeholders into the Web3 Ecosystem, building toward SubQuery’s vision as fundamental data indexing infrastructure for all Polkadot and Kusama parachains and applications.
SubQuery aims to improve access to decentralised blockchain data by creating a vibrant marketplace for data indexing and provisioning. Its technology provides Polkadot and Kusama developers with the tools needed to easily explore, transform and analyse on-chain data. Abstracting the backend, SubQuery eliminates the need for custom data processing servers. …
Welcome to the latest monthly update from SubQuery. Following on from last month, August has seen rapid expansion in the growth of our Community around the world! We have also been busy working on decentralising our platform as we prepare for a TGE in the coming months.
In this monthly update:
Subscan’s new multi-signature wallet tool is designed to help others in the Polkadot ecosystem create and manage multi-signature accounts and transactions. It is supported by the Web3 Foundation Grants Program and provides convenient multi-signature wallet management services for multiple networks based in Polkadot.
SubQuery’s service plays a key part in this tool providing fast data on transaction for any given multi signature address, which improves the UX and allows more advanced features.
Today we are pleased to announce an exciting new project on SubQuery — SORA and Polkaswap. SORA has built a SubQuery Project that retrieves data from the SORA network to power mobile applications built on SORA and Polkaswap.io. You can try it out here.
In recent weeks, Karura and Acala team celebrated the launch of Karura Swap, the first decentralized exchange in the Polkadot/Kusama ecosystem.
Today, we explore how SubQuery helped make this launch possible. Karura is using SubQuery to extract and query data from Karura’s chain, making queries fast and efficient for Karura’s app.
“Using Subquery makes building dapps easy, no more making a complicated series of calls to get the data I need.” — Brett (Developer at Acala)
Developing dApps on Karura is now much faster with the new public SubQuery projects published by Karura. There is a publicly available SubQuery project…
Welcome to another monthly update from SubQuery. As you all know, community is a key element for every successful crypto project — this month we’ve started to expand our focus in this area.
In this monthly update:
We are working hard to help every developer learn how to use SubQuery to explore and transform their chain data so they can build intuitive dApps faster.
Today we launch our new documentation website at doc.subquery.network. We have carefully redesigned it with our community in mind and we’re excited to share it with you.