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Revolutionize Data Routing with the Substreams-Sink Library

Less code, more control, and new features await. TL;DR: Get a detailed update on the Substreams-Sink Library, showcasing its new features and improvements that make data routing more efficient for web3 developers. Welcome back to our exploration of tools that are reshaping the landscape of web3 development. If you’ve been following our blog, you might recall our article, Boost Your…

Introducing the New Pinax App, a Better Way to Manage Your Firehose and Substreams Services

Pinax By Dec 08, 2023 3 Comments

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new and improved Pinax app, a web-based platform that helps you easily manage your Pinax Firehose and Substreams services. Whether you’re an indexer, a developer, or a curious explorer, the new app will help you get the most out of our services. If you’ve been using the old app, which is no…

Simplify Real-Time Blockchain Analytics with ClickHouse

Substreams By Dec 05, 2023 3 Comments

TL;DR: ClickHouse Sink revolutionizes blockchain data analytics by offering a fast, flexible, and user-friendly platform for efficient data extraction and processing. Hey there! Let’s dive into the world of blockchain analytics and see how ClickHouse is changing the game. ClickHouse isn’t just any database; it’s a powerhouse for crunching big data in real-time. And when it comes to blockchain, that’s…

The Graph Indexer Office Hours #134

Events By Nov 24, 2023 1 Comment

Opening Remarks Welcome to another edition of Indexer Office Hours! Today is November 21, and this is Indexer Office Hours 134. Incredibly, we’ve reached this number already. This is the town square, where ecosystem participants discuss the most important and relevant indexer topics. Repo watch Anna will now give us our regularly scheduled repo watch update. Project watch Protocol watch…

The Graph’s Next Chapter: A Layperson’s View of a World Of Data Services

The Graph By Nov 14, 2023 1 Comment

Diving into “A World Of Data Services” GIP-0042. Imagine The Graph as a massive digital library. Right now, this library mainly has one kind of digital book called “subgraphs.” But some folks realized that just one type of book isn’t cutting it for everyone’s needs. So, they’re suggesting we add more varieties. Dive deeper and read on to discover how…

Substreams: Revolutionizing Blockchain Data Processing

Hey there, fellow developers and builders! We’ve got something exciting to share with you. Ever heard of Substreams? If you’re into blockchain, this is something you’ll want to know about. Let’s dive in. Graph Builders Office Hours mission The Graph Builders Office Hours aims to empower developers and teams working with The Graph protocol by focusing on the technical aspects…

Pinax-Supported Chains for Firehose and Substreams

Reliable access to blockchain data in seconds, at blazing fast speeds. Pinax is excited to announce that our free service is available, providing you with the APIs to use Firehose and Substreams for supported blockchains. Want to jump right in and try the service? Skip to the steps to get started right away. What are Firehose and Substreams? Firehose is…

DappLooker and the Power of Substreams

Substreams By Oct 24, 2023 2 Comments

Discover how DappLooker leverages Substreams to deliver real-time data for their web3 analytics. Ever wondered how DappLooker, a leading no-code analytics platform, manages to provide real-time data? The answer lies in the magic of Substreams. This video provides a dive deep into how DappLooker uses Substreams to revolutionize web3 analytics. The journey of DappLooker DappLooker uses Substreams in their approach…

Enhancing Web3 Analytics with Spyglass and Substreams

Learn how Spyglass is building a cutting-edge web3 analytics platform to tackle the issues of complexity and slow access to blockchain data by harnessing the power of Substreams. The challenges of web3 analytics Web3 analytics have always been complex and time-consuming, involving hours of crafting extensive SQL queries on platforms like Dune Analytics. Another challenge is the delay in data…