SubQuery Brings Advanced Data Indexing to Layer3 Nautilus

SubQuery Network
3 min readJun 4, 2024


We are pleased to announce that we are now supporting Nautilus Chain, the leading L3 chain.

Nautilus Chain is a Layer3 modular blockchain that allows developers to customise the execution layer, settlement layer, and data availability layer according to their needs

SubQuery’s indexing capabilities empower developers on Nautilus to efficiently manage and query on-chain data, expediting development processes and facilitating rapid iterations, ultimately advancing the goal of onboarding the next billion users to the blockchain.

Developers building on Nautilus can now harness SubQuery’s versatile, high-speed, open, and decentralised data indexing solution. This empowers blockchain developers with crucial tools to efficiently manage and query on-chain data for their protocols and applications.

SubQuery simplifies the intricacies of backend operations, providing developers with a tailor-made API. This enables them to focus on product development and enhancing user experiences, without the need to allocate resources towards constructing their indexing solutions.

> “We are ecstatic to welcome the SubQuery team into Nautilus Chain. Developers can now take advantage of SubQuery’s decentralised, open-source and lightning fast data indexer.”

— Ashish, Lead Project Manager, Nautilus Chain

We’re always striving to provide developers with the most comprehensive and efficient indexing experience possible, including the open-source SDK, tools, documentation, and developer support that the SubQuery ecosystem provides. Nautilus is also supported in SubQuery’s enterprise level managed service, which provides enterprise-level infrastructure hosting and handles hundreds of millions of requests each day.

> “We are thrilled to announce our integration with Nautilus, a layer 3 hat combines the speed of Solana with the reliability and decentralisation of Ethereum. By integrating our state-of-the-art data indexing technology with Nautilus’s blockchain platform, we are enabling developers to build innovative applications!”

— Sam Zou, Founder and CEO of SubQuery

Why Use SubQuery?

SubQuery makes it easy to build a custom API for your dApp or smart contracts in minutes, providing clean indexed data to any service. The excellent SubQuery developer experience is flexible, with the ability to make external API calls or import external libraries from within your mapping functions, and better controls to run your projects in your own infrastructure with automated DOS (denial of service) mitigation controls. Additionally, we have yet to make plans to sunset our managed service.

SubQuery is designed to be fast. This adds up when you’re indexing millions of ledgers, and is something to consider when choosing your indexer. SubQuery achieves this by using multi-threading and optimisation of the store to reduce costly database writes. With faster sync times, developers can iterate faster and deliver features to market quicker.

SubQuery’s Support for Nautilus Chain

About Nautilus Chain

Nautilus Chain, created by the Zebec Foundation, has announced the launch of its mainnet. The Nautilus Chain is a Layer3 modular blockchain that allows developers to customize the execution layer, settlement layer, and data availability layer according to their needs. The development of the Nautilus Chain aims to facilitate large-scale instant payments for Zebec.

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About SubQuery

SubQuery Network is innovating web3 infrastructure with tools that empower builders to decentralise the future. Our fast, flexible, and open data indexer supercharges dApps on over 180 networks, enabling a user-focused web3 world. Soon, our Data Node will provide breakthroughs in the RPC industry, and deliver decentralisation without compromise. We pioneer the web3 revolution for visionaries and forward-thinkers. We’re not just a company — we’re a movement driving an inclusive and decentralised web3 era. Let’s shape the future of web3, together.

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