Data indexing solution SubQuery has expanded beyond the Polkadot (DOT) blockchain with today’s announcement of integration into the Avalanche (AVAX) ecosystem.
The data as a service platform offers a blockchain developer toolkit that allows developers ease of access to on-chain data. With the tools, blockchain users can explore, analyse and transform the data.
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The data indexing technology helps developers by abstracting the backend to let them focus on user-facing systems and experiences. In this way, Layer 1 ecosystems do not have to focus on customising their data processing servers.
SubQuery helps blockchain ecosystems handle millions of queries, a feature now set to be available to Avalanche-based developers.
As well as rolling out the data indexing solution, SubQuery is set to offer all other related features. These will include documentation, free managed hosting and most importantly, developer support.
The team at SubQuery said in a press release published on Tuesday that a production-ready version of its tools should be ready for Avalanche integration in the coming weeks.
The platform also plans to present a ‘sneak peek’ of the technology at the Avalanche Summit that’s taking place in Barcelona this week.
The SubQuery protocol launched in 2021 and has received backing from several top investment companies. Its growth over the past year includes plans for a decentralised tokenization platform, with support for data indexing.
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