SubQuery Data Powers Nova Wallet — a next-gen mobile wallet for the Polkadot & Kusama ecosystem
Today we are proud to reveal our long-term partnership with the team at Nova Wallet. Nova Wallet have developed a new mobile app wallet for Polkadot and Kusama where users can manage all of their ecosystem tokens, enjoy a convenient staking experience, explore ecosystem DApps, and contribute to crowdloans with no limits.
Nova Wallet depend on SubQuery to provide data for transactions, account history, and all different types of staking events and rewards for over 27 different Polkadot parachains and counting. SubQuery is a core service that Nova have embraced to provide their users with an exceptional user experience.
As a wallet focussed on supporting the entire Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem as quickly as possible, Nova naturally need to support each network as soon as they launch and enable asset transfers. SubQuery’s unique architecture means that only simple configuration changes are required to extend the standard Nova Wallet SubQuery project to each new network. Additionally, SubQuery’s advanced dictionary support on each parachain allows extremely rapid sync times and faster development iterations.
“Nova Wallet is a next-gen multi-chain and multi-asset mobile wallet for Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem. One of the main goals of Nova Wallet is to provide a top-notch experience and a convenient UI for the users. This goal wouldn’t be achieved without the help of SubQuery — a premium solution for the data aggregation, indexing, and API provision for the apps in the ecosystem. We have been working with the SubQuery team for almost a year now, and Nova Wallet has taken advantage of SubQuery infrastructure across many features, such as operations history for the Polkadot and parachain assets, staking data & analytics. Nova Wallet team is looking forward to continue our journey together with the SubQuery team in building the most advanced and high-quality mobile app for the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem.”
Many customers, including Nova, rely on SubQuery to provide mission critical data to their production apps. These are huge applications that the Polkadot community use on a daily basis and must be online at all times. Nova know that they can trust SubQuery to provide reliable and scalable services to their applications though our enterprise level features in our managed service. Nova are a key user of SubQuery’s intelligent routing which dynamically routes a user’s request to the nearest SubQuery cluster resulting in higher reliability and superior performance than any other option on the market.
“SubQuery provides robust and reliable hosted service which has been proven itself in the production for thousands of Nova Wallet users. From our experience, SubQuery contributes ideally to the Nova Wallet goals to be high-quality mobile application for Polkadot & Kusama ecosystem”
Nova Wallet currently run multiple projects in the SubQuery Explorer available for the public to use and adapt. These projects have been implemented in the Nova Wallet and are being used by thousands of users around the world today. You can search for Nova to see a list of ready-made and indexed projects across most networks that will allow you to get started faster when building your own app.
About Nova Wallet
Nova Wallet is a next gen application for Polkadot & Kusama ecosystem, transparent & community-oriented, focused on convenient UX/UI, fast performance & security. Nova Wallet supports management for more than 50 assets in the Polkadot & Kusama ecosystem, provides a convenient way to participate in Crowdloans, supports decentralized Staking, and allows users to discover ecosystem DApps from the mobile interface. Nova Wallet is funded by Kusama Treasury and is available for iOS and Android devices from the Nova website.
SubQuery is a decentralized data aggregation, indexing & querying layer between Layer-1 blockchains and decentralized applications (DApps). Currently focused on Polkadot and Substrate projects, this data-as-a-service allows developers to focus on their core use case and front-end, without needing to waste time on building a custom backend for data processing.