OnFinality’s mission is to support blockchain developers by providing infrastructure services to customers of all shapes and sizes. We’re launching a new venture that aims to solve a core problem to advance this mission: SubQuery.
Almost every blockchain has a need to process and query data. The thriving Polkadot community is going to need a service that allows them to reliably find and consume data quickly. Our project is inspired by The Graph, an service currently focused on Ethereum that allows customers to do this using GraphQL.
Since decentralised systems store data across networks querying is slow and hard. For…
SubQuery is joining the Patract Open Platform to jointly promote the development of public infrastructure, promote the evolution of contract technology, and to develop the Wasm contract development ecosystem.
SubQuery is a blockchain data-as-a-service provider.
SubQuery aggregates and organises data from Polkadot and Substrate, providing developers with well-structured data support that allows them to use data in various projects efficiently.
By doing so, SubQuery helps DApp developers focus on the core and front-end development without the time-consuming task of building a custom back-end for data processing, saving development time and effort.
SubQuery can help Polkadot and Substrate projects build better…
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The SubQuery Network is our effort to move towards a decentralised and tokenised network in order to ensure no single point of failure for SubQuery and to encourage as many participants in the process as possible.
Last month, we publicly released our whitepaper for the world to read. You can also read/watch a short explanation here.
SubQuery aims to be the leading data provider in Polkadot. Our mission is to power the biggest dApps in our growing ecosystem, and we’re already working with DeFi apps like Acala and Bifrost, wallets like Fearless Wallet, NFT platforms like KodaDot, cross-chain bridges like Darwinia, and analytics platforms like SubVis.
Our ecosystem is growing, and with our announcement of the SubQuery Network we’re looking for people from around the world to join us on our mission. The SubQuery team is excited to announce that we are opening up applications for our new Ambassador program!
We understand that one of our…
During the week of July 5th, Ternoa has introduced its new Wallet, an app allowing future users to send and receive $CAPS and ‘Secret NFTs’ minted on the Ternoa Blockchain, as well as easily unveiling their Secret to their owners. The concept of ‘Secret’ for ‘NTFs’ has been imagined by the Ternoa team.
Those ‘secret NFTs’ can be found and purchased in the dedicated marketplace (https://www.secret-nft.com/) built by the Ternoa Team. …
Today we are proud to announce our new improvement to SubQuery, SubQuery’s Dictionary indexing feature.
The SubQuery Dictionary is all about speeding up your Projects. It dramatically improves indexing the performance of your SubQuery Project, sometimes up to 10x faster.
When indexing chain data, SubQuery Projects used to inspect each block. Polkadot’s chain is large, 130GB of unstructured data over almost 6 million blocks. This takes many hours to index, time that you don’t want to wait for — especially when testing.
SubQuery projects now have the option to skip all this, we essentially pre-index the location of all…
Today we want to announce our strategic partnership between Kodadot and SubQuery Network.
Kodadot is a carbon neutral Kusama native NFT platform that uses the RMRK protocol. Users can mint, transfer, and burn NFTs on the network. Most importantly, Kodadot has a responsive web based NFT explorer that provides an intuitive user interface.
This front end uses a SubQuery project to make this exploration faster.
We are excited to highlight a new SubQuery project that is a great example of the power of SubQuery
Last week Subvis.io launched their new explorer for the Kusama parachain slot auctions. This new website provides contextual up-to-date information about the crowdloans and auctions that have just begun on Kusama.
Today we’re going to explore the goals that we have with SubQuery and some of the competitive advantages that we think make the SubQuery Network better than our competitors.
SubQuery’s currently provided indexing and transformation data in a centralised way. Although this has allowed us to power some of the top Polkadot projects; DeFi apps like Acala and Bifrost, wallets like Fearless Wallet, NFT platforms like KodaDot, cross-chain bridges like Darwinia, and analytics platforms like SubVis — it has it’s downside.
It requires our users to trust the service we provide, and carries risks associated with a centralised service…
How does the SubQuery Network work? ELI5
Today we’re going to talk about how the SubQuery Network works at a high level.
There are three types of participants in the SubQuery Network:
Let’s start with Indexers, Indexers do a lot of…
SubQuery is here to help you transform and query the world’s data for a web3.0 future.