Today we’ve raised the bar for SubQuery’s Managed Service by offering robust support for multi-chain indexing through a new updated user experience. Customers of SubQuery’s Managed Service can now benefit from extended multi-chain indexing support, allowing them to manage each indexer for each chain independently in the UI.
SubQuery’s goals have always been to provide fast and efficient indexing to the widest variety of networks possible, with over 110 networks supported as of writing. Multi-chain indexing takes this a step further, allowing developers to index data from different blockchains into a unified database. As a result, developers can query a single endpoint to retrieve data from multiple blockchain networks simultaneously, providing a vastly superior user experience in their dApps.
For example, you can use Multi-chain indexing to index data from both sides of a cross-chain bridge. You could capture XCM transaction data from all Polkadot parachains or monitor IBC messages across Cosmos Zones in a single project, with a single database, and a single query endpoint. We even provide example guides for how you can use multi-chain indexing to index Snapshot voting records, multi-sig wallet setup through SAFE, and even Galxe voting NFT rewards. To learn more about multi-chain indexing, read the documentation here.
SubQuery’s multi-chain support also extends to the updated SubQuery Explorer, where users can also see the sync status of each independent indexer service.
SubQuery is a leading blockchain data indexer that provides developers with fast, flexible, universal, and decentralised APIs for web3 projects. We empower developers from over 110+ ecosystems including Ethereum, Polygon, Polkadot, Cosmos, Algorand, NEAR, Avalanche, Stellar and ZKSync 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. In the near future, the SubQuery Network will replicate this scalable and reliable solution in a completely decentralised manner.