Subscan's Multi-Signature Tool - Powered by SubQuery

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Subscan's new multi-signature wallet toolopen in new window is designed to help others in the Polkadot ecosystem create and manage multi-signature accounts and transactions. It is supported by the Web3 Foundation Grants Programopen in new window and provides convenient multi-signature wallet management services for multiple networks based in Polkadot.

SubQuery's service plays a key part in this tool providing fast data on transaction for any given multi signature address, which improves the UX and allows more advanced features.

Users can easily create new multi-signature addresses

"SubQuery has made it easy for us to index data for the Subscan Multi-signature tool and can be easily run by our team. Subscan's API service is standardised, we recommend SubQuery to our users when they have more customisation requirements." - Subscan

Try out the tool hereopen in new window

About Subscan

Subscan.ioopen in new window is a high-precision multi-chain explorer built for substrate-based blockchains. Subscan supports data exploration and visualization of more than 30 networks in the Polkadot ecosystem.

Subscan provides customized services for the ecological network, such as EVM module, multi-token, etc. In addition, Subscan also provides stable API services, data charts and convenient tool applications.

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About SubQuery

SubQueryopen in new window is a data aggregation layer that will operate between the layer-1 blockchains (Kusama) and DApps (like Kodadot). This service allows DApp developers to focus on their core use case and front-end, without needing to waste time on building a custom backend for data processing.

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Contributors: James Bayly