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 Basics

  • Founded in:
  • Mainnet release:
  • Based in:
  • From their blog (5-11-2020):

"Bitquery is building a blockchain data engine, which provides simple access to data across multiple blockchains. Using Bitquery’s GraphQL APIs, you can access any type of blockchain data for more than 30 blockchains.

Developers, analysts, businesses all need blockchain data for various reasons, such as analyzing the network, building applications, investigating crimes, etc. 
Bitquery provides unified APIs for access data across multiple blockchains to fulfill any blockchain data needs for various sectors such as Compliance, Gaming, Analytics, DEX trading, etc.

Our Unified schema allows developers to quickly scale to multiple blockchains and pull data from multiple chains in a single API."

History

Token

Launch

Token allocation

Utility

Token Details

Stablecoin

Technology

"We at Bitquery also embrace open source development and make our tools open source as much as we can. For example, our Explorer’s front end is entirely open-source, but our backend is closed source."

  • Built on:
  • Programming language used:

Transaction Details

How it works

Mining

Staking

Liquidity Mining

Layer Two

Different Implementations

Interoperability

Other Details

Privacy Method being used

Compliance

Oracle Method being used

Their Projects

  • From their blog (5-11-2020):

"Our products are:

  1. Coinpath® APIs provide blockchain money flow analysis for more than 24 blockchains. With Coinpath’s APIs, you can monitor blockchain transactions, investigate crypto crimes such as bitcoin money laundering, and create crypto forensics tools. Read this to get started with Coinpath®.
  2. Digital Assets API provides index information related to all major cryptocurrencies, coins, and tokens.
  3. DEX API provides real-time deposits and transactions, trades, and other related data on different DEX protocols like Uniswap, Kyber Network, Airswap, Matching Network, etc."

Governance

  • From their blog (5-11-2020):

"Bitquery embraces performance and developer experience over decentralization. Our centralized servers process more than 200 terabytes of data from more than 30 blockchains."

DAO

Treasury

Upgrades

Roadmap

  • Can be found [Insert link here].

Audits

Bugs

Usage

Projects that use or built on it

  • Will be a data / explorer provider for Skale (10-8-2020).
  • Their website mentions the following projects as customers and/or partners (10-11-2020):

0x, Binance, Uppsalasecurity, Maker, Starkware, Gnosis, Korean University and Kyber Network.

Competition

"Both, The Graph and Bitquery use GraphQL extensively and enable GraphQL APIs to provide freedom to end-users to query blockchain data flexibly. Both projects remove infrastructure costs for end-users and provide them with a model where they pay only for what they use.

The Graph only supports Etheruem and IPFS. However, Bitquery supports more than 20 blockchains and allows you to query any of them using GraphQL APIs. With Bitquery, you only need to learn GraphQL and use our schema to query the blockchain. However, with The Graph, you also need to understand coding because you need to deploy your schema if the data you are looking not available through community schema.

Bitquery’s technology stack is optimized for performance and reliability. Besides, our centralized architecture helps us optimizing latency and response rate and other performance metrics. The Graph decentralization approach makes it a robust network for data access. However, The Graph is still working to achieve continuous performance delivery.

The Graph is a fully open source project. Developers can verify the codebase, fork it, or integrate it according to their needs. We at Bitquery also embrace open source development and make our tools open source as much as we can. For example, our Explorer’s front end is entirely open-source, but our backend is closed source.

Currently, both projects provide their APIs are free."

Coin Distribution

Pros and Cons

Pros

Cons

Team, Funding, Partnerships, etc.

Team

  • Full team can be found [here].

Funding

Partners 

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