Blockchain teams need to process and query data quickly.
The thriving Polkadot/Substrate community is going to need a service that helps them build better dApps by allowing anyone to reliably find and consume data faster.
For the web3.0 dream to be realised, it’s got to be as fast (if not faster) than centralised networks for the end user.
SubQuery powers the next generation of Polkadot dApps
Our service indexes, transforms, and persists decentralised data so dApps can query it faster. Our community can define and create their one projects, and we’ll power them for free.
SubQuery will be a core piece of infrastructure for the Substrate/Polkadot ecosystem.
Open source SDK that allows users to generate their own SubQuery project, defining how the indexer should traverse and aggregate their own protocol. You have the power to define your data and your GraphQL API for your dApp.
Let us run and manage your production infrastructure for your own SubQuery project - for free! Using SubQuery Projects, deploy your project to our high performance nodes for a better user experience. We’re going to focus on indexing servers so that you don’t have to.
Try out different SubQuery projects online on the Explorer, made by our community and hosted by us. You can test queries directly in your browser, or get API endpoints for different use cases. Be inspired by what others are building so you can give back!
A new decentralised SubQuery protocol will make our tokenise our service and provide transparency for all participating parties. We’ll also issue a governance token to provide stability to the chain and to allow the community to influence our direction and roadmap.
Built by the experts at OnFinality, a leading blockchain infrastructure platform.
We make it easy for blockchain teams and users to launch nodes and get access to a large range of blockchain protocols. We have expertise in managed infrastructure hosting for the Substrate/Polkadot network, and the ability to deliver complex infrastructure projects and host them for production use.