The Graph Indexer Office Hours #145

Events By Feb 23, 2024 1 Comment

TL;DR: This edition of Indexer Office Hours features the new subgraph release process, The Graph Horizon update, and an integration update from Starknet, an Ethereum validity rollup. Opening remarks Hello everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of Indexer Office Hours! Today is February 20, and we’re here for Episode 145. Check out the latest GRTiQ podcast with Pablo Carranza Velez, Principal Software…

Introducing RPC Endpoints from Pinax

Pinax By Feb 20, 2024 No Comments

Indexers can now harness the speed and power of Pinax RPC endpoints… and can start using them for free! Pinax now offers RPC endpoints for BNB, Ethereum, and Polygon, with more coming soon! We’re offering unlimited access to our full RPC suite free for a limited time, showcasing our commitment to enabling creators with web3. Try out our new high-performance RPC services now…

The Graph Indexer Office Hours #144

Events By Feb 15, 2024 1 Comment

TL;DR: The open discussion centered on troubleshooting BSC client issues, alternative testnet indexing methods, and limitations of running BSC on Erigon. Opening remarks Hello everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of Indexer Office Hours! Today is February 13, and we’re here for Episode 144. Consider this space your town square—a place where ecosystem participants gather to discuss crucial and relevant topics related to…

Building Your Own ERC-20 API: A Complete Guide

A comprehensive guide for building an ERC-20 API using Substreams. TL;DR: Get a detailed guide on how to build a custom ERC-20 API using Substreams. Are you a developer seeking to leverage historical blockchain data in your dApp? If yes, this article is tailored for you. In this blog, we will explain the step-by-step process for building an ERC-20 API….

The Graph Indexer Office Hours #143

TL;DR: The Graph community discusses balancing decentralization with user experience through a potential DAO for gateway standards and multi-gateway integrations, highlighting the need for economic security, clear interfaces, and open discussions. Opening remarks Hello everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of Indexer Office Hours! Today is February 6, and we’re here for Episode 143. Consider this space your town square—a place where ecosystem…

The Graph Indexer Office Hours #142

TL;DR: Delve into the evolution of The Graph protocol, exploring the debate between “brownfield” and “greenfield” approaches, strategies for fair competition, and concerns about diversity and redundancy among indexers. Opening remarks Hello everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of Indexer Office Hours! Today is January 30, and we’re here for Episode 142. Consider this space your town square—a place where ecosystem participants gather…

University Students Gain Hands-On Web3 Experience with Pinax

Pinax By Feb 06, 2024 4 Comments

Learn how we support students looking for opportunities in web3 technologies. TL;DR: Discover how Pinax is helping university students into the web3 space, fostering hands-on blockchain projects and collaborations that bridge academia and industry. Hey there, tech enthusiasts! Ever wonder how fresh minds at universities can navigate and contribute to the ever-evolving web3 space? Pinax has been passionately working on…

Explore the Substreams-Based Atomic API

Substreams By Jan 30, 2024 1 Comment

TL;DR: Learn how the Substreams-based Atomic API revolutionizes blockchain data management by using Substreams and database integration for efficient data processing and analysis. Hey there, let’s dive into the world of the Substreams-based Atomic API, which is crafted on two foundational contracts: AtomicAssets and AtomicMarket. AtomicAssets is a robust standard for creating and managing NFTs on Antelope blockchains, while AtomicMarket…

The Graph Indexer Office Hours #141

TL;DR: Steph from StreamingFast addresses questions on Substreams’ compatibility with various chains, the exploration of Go language for Substreams, potential challenges with ClickHouse integration, handling Substreams cache during Graph Node restarts, and the versatility of Substreams in handling arbitrary trace contexts, providing insights into the current status and future considerations. Opening remarks Hello and welcome back to Indexer Office Hours! Today…

Enhancing Ethereum: The Graph’s Answer to EIP-4444

Events By Jan 23, 2024 2 Comments

Seve Sisneros of Semiotic discusses how The Graph with Firehose can enable history pruning on Ethereum. TL;DR: EIP-4444’s proposed changes to Ethereum’s data storage are adeptly navigated by The Graph, leveraging Firehose and flat file innovations to maintain seamless access to historical blockchain data. Sometimes, the best discoveries are made by accident, like when The Graph stumbled upon a groundbreaking…

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