Blockchain data indexing platform SubQuery has recently expanded its support for the Ethereum network by integrating the Goerli and Sepolia Testnets. This move aims to aid developers in testing and deploying applications more efficiently within Ethereum’s testing environment. Ethereum, known for its decentralized and open-source structure, serves as a platform for creating smart contracts and decentralized applications, commonly referred to as dApps.
SubQuery Simplifies Blockchain Data Management for Developers
SubQuery’s indexing solution offers a flexible, fast, and decentralized approach to organizing and querying on-chain data for blockchain developers. SubQuery simplifies the complex backend processes for developers. It provides a custom API that enables them to focus more on product development and user experience. With SubQuery’s assistance, developers can dedicate their energy to enhancing their applications instead of constructing intricate indexing solutions.
For current users of The Graph, migrating projects to SubQuery is a streamlined process. Detailed migration guidelines are available to facilitate a swift transition, which typically takes a couple of hours depending on the project’s complexity.
Looking ahead, SubQuery is dedicated to decentralizing and tokenizing the protocol through the development of the SubQuery Network. This network aims to incentivize and verify data indexing and servicing for global projects, initially supporting Ethereum projects and those from other compatible Layer-1 networks.
SubQuery Empowers Developers Across 100+ Ecosystems with Decentralized APIs
SubQuery caters more than 100 ecosystems, including Ethereum, Polygon, Cosmos, Algorand, NEAR, Polkadot, and Avalanche, providing a range of decentralized APIs for Web3 projects. With the aim of simplifying backend data processing, SubQuery’s blockchain developer toolkit allows developers to focus on core applications without the need to build custom backends. The forthcoming SubQuery Network aims to replicate this efficient and reliable solution in an entirely decentralized manner.