Over the past month, we've achieved remarkable milestones, supporting close to 120 networks now, adding indexing support for Concordium and Akash Network, and establishing groundbreaking partnerships with Meta Defender, stabble and Encointer. SubQuery is making good progress and we will be announcing a lot more in December.

November brought a fresh breeze of updates:

  1. A sleek new website revamp to enhance your SubQuery experience.
  2. Lowered prices and introduced more features for a seamlessly managed service.

As per tradition, our monthly update will be divided into three sections: Community, Core Product Development, and SubQuery Network. Let’s get started!


Boost Your Galxe Campaign with SubQuery Enhanced Credentials

You can leverage SubQuery projects to elevate your next Galxe campaign. By tapping into the rich insights provided by SubQuery, you can seamlessly connect with your audience, tailoring your engagement strategies based on their interactions with your smart contracts. Learn more about it here

New partnerships: Meta Defender, Stabble and Encointer

As SubQuery continues to expand its data indexing support within the web3 ecosystem, we were delighted to announce our latest partnerships with Meta Defender, stabble, and Encointer.

Meta Defender, Stabble and Encointer are using SubQuery Projects to manage their project and make updates as required. Many other leading teams take advantage of SubQuery’s enterprise-level hosting to receive dedicated databases, automated deployments, and geographic routing to multiple clusters around the world for performance and uptime.

“The promise of SubQuery's fast, flexible, and dependable data indexing solution has captured our interest. Having SubQuery on our platform allows us to provide faster and more efficient data access to builders, so they may effortlessly navigate our growing ecosystem as they work to build towards a more dynamic future.”

— Alvin, Co-founder of Meta Defender

Core Product Development

SubQuery Expanded Support to Akash Network 

Last November, we announced indexing support for Akash Network, an open-source Supercloud that lets users buy and sell computing resources securely and efficiently. The network is purpose-built for public utility.

Developers on Akash can now benefit from a superior SubQuery indexing experience, including access to the open-source SDK, tools, documentation, and developer support that the SubQuery ecosystem provides. They are also supported in SubQuery’s enterprise-level managed service, which provides enterprise-level infrastructure hosting and handles millions of requests each day.

“At Akash, we're committed to providing developers with the best tools and services for building, deploying, iterating, and scaling their applications and we’re thrilled to include one of the best multi-chain indexers in the market in our ecosystem.”

— Anil Murty, VP of Product & Engineering at Overclock Labs (Creators of Akash Network)

We’ve also extended our indexing support for Concordium, a Layer-1 blockchain that provides individuals and businesses with a science-backed, environmentally responsible, and verifiable self-sovereign digital identity, data ownership, and fast, low-cost transactions to navigate Web3 confidently.

"Concordium has remained steadfast in our mission to excel as a premier blockchain, with a robust focus on essential domains like ESG, DeFi, Tokenization, Track & Trace, Transportation, and Logistics. Our alliance with SubQuery takes us one step closer to this aspiration as we now have a crucial tool to help dApp developers foster the growth and success of their applications within the Concordium ecosystem."

— Torben Kaaber, Head of Commercial

SubQuery's Sleek Website Makeover

We’ve polished the main homepage with the vibrant and futuristic design of our new brand identity. Our mission, core product, and documentation command the spotlight, enabling you to easily explore our all offerings with ease. Learn more here

Lower Pricing and New Compute Controls on SubQuery Managed Service

We’ve made the the Managed Service more competitive and powerful with the introduction of two important changes. Firstly, we have revised the pricing structure for our Managed Service to decrease the base costs of our standard plans by 20%. We’re also introducing fine-grained controls over the vCPU compute assigned to your projects, to allow you to boost indexing performance temporarily

Read more about the update here

SubQuery Network

DappLooker Team Builds Powerful Analytics Dashboard to show SubQuery’s Kepler Network Metrics

As the exclusive SubQuery native analytics platform, DappLooker provides analytics for both On-Chain and Off-Chain data in web3. Since their journey in the SubQuery Grants Programme, the DappLooker team has rapidly built powerful analytics dashboards, featuring our Kepler Network in their latest creation. Explore more about it here

UX Improvements to Kepler Network App

Kepler just got even more user-friendly! Now, users can seamlessly connect using Metamask, WalletConnect, Talisman, or Rainbow Wallet.

We’ve also updated the explorer page to provide a search box, summarise rewards and indexers for each project, and generally improve the UX for consumers and delegators.

Other things you might have missed

P.S. Remember to join our Discord and our social channels to stay updated on our latest news and announcements!

Do keep your eyes peeled on our channels this month as we're gearing up to unveil a game-changing announcement. 🌟 Stay tuned for the big reveal and join us on this thrilling journey! Your anticipation fuels our enthusiasm!

About SubQuery

SubQuery is a leading blockchain data indexer that provides developers with fast, flexible, universal, and decentralised APIs for web3 projects. We empower developers from almost 120 ecosystems including Ethereum, Polygon, Polkadot, Cosmos, Algorand, NEAR, and Avalanche with rich indexed data to allow them to build intuitive and immersive decentralised applications. This blockchain developer toolkit enables developers to focus on their core use case and front-end without wasting time building a custom backend for data processing activities. Very soon, the SubQuery Network will replicate this scalable and reliable solution in a completely decentralised manner.

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