We are excited to announce that SubQuery now offers comprehensive support for the Manta Pacific mainnet, providing developers with powerful indexing capabilities. This facilitates fast iterations and streamlines on-chain data management, accelerating the development processes on Manta. Our collaboration aims to propel the blockchain towards onboarding the next billion users with enhanced efficiency and innovation.
Manta Pacific is the modular L2 ecosystem empowering the next-generation scalable dApps. It became the first major Ethereum L2 to use Celestia for Modular Data Availability, and the first L2 to transition to Celestia on mainnet.
Now, developers building on Manta Pacific can take advantage of SubQuery's versatile, high-speed, open, and decentralised data indexing solution, equipping blockchain developers with essential tools for efficiently managing and querying on-chain data for their protocols and applications.
By abstracting the backend complexities, SubQuery delivers a custom API, allowing developers to prioritise product development and user experience instead of dedicating resources to building their indexing solutions.
“SubQuery provides developers on Manta Pacific with easy access to on-chain data, enabling developers to conduct fast and efficient in-depth analysis. We look forward to this partnership to drive greater innovation and adoption of Manta Pacific with SubQuery as an integral part of our ecosystem.”
— Shubham Bhandari, Ecosystem Head at Manta Network
We continuously aim to offer developers the most extensive and efficient indexing experience, encompassing open-source SDKs, tools, comprehensive documentation, and dedicated developer support within the SubQuery ecosystem. Additionally, we're proud to extend our support for Manta to our enterprise-level managed service, which handles hundreds of millions of daily requests, ensuring robust infrastructure hosting.
Furthermore, with the upcoming launch of the SubQuery Network, we are poised to provide developers building on Manta with yet another decentralised indexing solution.
“We are thrilled to empower developers on Manta Pacific to unlock their full potential to drive web3 adoption by offering an infrastructure environment that brings real and scalable use cases to the market. By providing our performance-focused indexing service, with cutting-edge APIs and tools, we empower their community to build and deploy any Solidity-based decentralised applications on Manta.”— Sam Zou, Founder and CEO of SubQuery
Our experience with customers across all verticals in Ethereum, Polygon, Polkadot, Cosmos, Algorand, NEAR, and Avalanche (such as wallets, networks, explorers, NFT, DeFi, and scanners, etc.) has helped us build one of the best-performing Indexers for developers in web3.
SubQuery is currently focused on decentralising and tokenizing the protocol to build the SubQuery Network. The SubQuery Network will index and service data from projects to the global community in an incentivized and verifiable way and support indexing Manta projects, and those from any other supported network from the outset.
Why Use SubQuery?
SubQuery offers remarkable flexibility, enabling external API calls and the integration of external libraries within your mapping functions. It also provides enhanced control for running projects on your infrastructure, complete with automated denial-of-service (DOS) mitigation controls. Importantly, we want to emphasise that there are no plans to discontinue our managed service.
When it comes to speed, SubQuery truly excels, especially when dealing with the indexing of vast numbers of blocks. This speed advantage becomes crucial when selecting your indexer. SubQuery achieves this by employing multi-threading and optimising the store to minimise resource-intensive database writes. The result? Faster synchronisation times empower developers to iterate swiftly and bring new features to market with remarkable speed.
Last but not least, you'll have the opportunity to fully decentralise your SubQuery infrastructure with the impending launch of the SubQuery Network. This network represents the future of Web3 infrastructure, with the capacity to index and serve your project's data to the global community in a secure and incentivised manner. It's crafted to accommodate any SubQuery project, regardless of the supported network. This means you can harness the vast scale of the unified SubQuery Network right from the very beginning.
SubQuery’s Support for Manta
- Advanced Indexing of blocks, transactions, and logs
- Example Project (Manta Pacific)
- Full support for Manta in our free enterprise-level managed service
- Discord community (including technical support)
About Manta Network
Manta Network is the modular blockchain for zero-knowledge (ZK) applications. Manta Pacific is the modular L2 ecosystem for EVM-native ZK applications and dApps that want to deliver the lowest cost and best user experience. Leveraging Manta’s Universal Circuits to enable ZK-as-a-Service and Celestia’s data availability for modularity to deliver low gas fees, Manta Pacific offers the perfect environment for ZK-enabled applications. Learn more about Manta Pacific here.
Manta Network was created by a team of experienced founders from prestigious institutions, including Harvard, MIT, and Algorand. Manta Network has received investments from many of the top web3 investment funds, including Binance Labs and Polychain Capital. It has grown through participation in the best web3 accelerators, including Alliance DAO and Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator.
SubQuery Network is innovating web3 infrastructure with tools that empower builders to decentralise the future. Our fast, flexible, and open data indexer supercharges dApps on over 150 networks, enabling a user-focused web3 world. Soon, our Data Node will provide breakthroughs in the RPC industry, and deliver decentralisation without compromise. We pioneer the web3 revolution for visionaries and forward-thinkers. We’re not just a company — we’re a movement driving an inclusive and decentralised web3 era. Let’s shape the future of web3, together.