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James Bayly

SubQuery Arbitrum Support - Developer Deep Dive

Following our recent release of our support for Arbitrum, we are pleased to share a detailed developer guide for the Arbitrum community to use to solve their data indexing needs, including how to migrate from The Graph or use our Managed Service. SubQuery is an open data indexer that is...

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SubQuery Brings Advanced Data Indexing to Arbitrum

Today we’re excited to announce support for our next Layer-2 scaling solution: Arbitrum. From today, Arbitrum developers on both Arbitrum One and Arbitrum Nova can benefit from the superior SubQuery indexing experience, including our open source SDK, managed service, upcoming decentralised network, and developer support that the SubQuery ecosystem...

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Centrifuge Leverages SubQuery to Boost Data Indexing and Accessibility of their Protocol

We are excited to announce our latest partnership with Centrifuge. Centrifuge is a decentralized finance (DeFi) lending protocol that enables a radically faster, more cost-effective, and fully-transparent model for connecting investors and borrowers with bankless liquidity for real-world assets (RWAs). Centrifuge will use SubQuery to index RWA (Real World Assets)...

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The SubQuery Kepler Swap is Live!

We are excited to launch the latest feature on the Kepler Network: Kepler Swap. With Swap, users can conveniently exchange USDC to kSQT (and vice versa) to reimburse infrastructure costs incurred by the indexers. kSQT is the name of the token that is used by participants who operate within the...

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Persistence Integrates with SubQuery for Fast & Reliable Data Indexing in DeFi

Today we’re excited to announce our indexing support for yet another Cosmos zone: Persistence. Persistence is an appchain for liquid staking powering an ecosystem of DeFi applications focused on unlocking the liquidity of staked assets.  Persistence is a one-stop-shop to liquid stake your Proof-of-Stake assets, and put them to...

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Kepler Network Update #1: Progress, Rewards, and Engagement

It has been a little over three weeks since the launch of the Kepler Network, and we are excited to provide you with an update on its progress. Kepler represents the next stage of development for SubQuery and is the last one before we launch our decentralised SubQuery Network. The...

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