Anyblock Analytics, the company behind the blockchain analytics platform eth.events — which contains all publicly available data from Ethereum-based networks — is excited to announce that they closed a 500,000 Euro seed funding round by three business angels, Accelerator Frankfurt and ISB development bank. It will enable them to offer services that support use cases such as the comparison of metrics for cryptocurrency analysts, token bridge monitoring that connect different blockchains, and oracles that trigger a smart contract for clients in the growing Ethereum ecosystem and other blockchain networks.
By working with Anyblock Analytics, IT teams can save time when developing enterprise-grade smart contract solutions, as they do not have to run their own server nodes. Marketing managers and other less technical stakeholder benefit, as the data can easily be put into charts and dashboards to generate valuable insights with easy to understand visualizations. …
We are proud to integrate eth.events data with leading oracle provider Chainlink!
The eth.events ElasticSearch API will serve as an oracle for Ethereum smart contracts requiring real-time blockchain data from any of our 17 indexed networks. This makes accessing on-chain information a lot easier and more flexible for smart contract developers.
As an example, the eth.events Chainlink oracle leverages the real-time capabilities of our enterprise software stack and enables a simple yet important use case: Real-time validation of transaction hashes. …
First and foremost we are very happy how much our SQL launch resonated with the community! (https://twitter.com/get_eth_events/status/1098230800728973312)
In the last week we expanded our offerings quite a bit. We are happy to report that now all public Ethereum chains comprising all historic data are decoded and enriched and therefore are available to be queried using Elasticsearch DSL and SQL. (https://twitter.com/get_eth_events/status/1112624890870284288)
As always everything is updated in real-time and in a reorg-safe manner. Also everything is still free to use and you can start using our services right away: https://account.eth.events/auth/signup/ …
Thanks to method signature decoding, we have now matched 84% of all Ethereum transactions to corresponding calls and translated more than 91% of logs to human-readable events. This makes it so much easier for eth.events users to work with realtime, reorg-safe blockchain data!
Previously these numbers were about 40–50%, but we broke the >500.000 contract ABIs down into >130.000 unique methods. If we cannot translate function call data into clear text names using our smart contract ABIs, we now decode the logs by utilizing the function hashes.
Fun fact: We found >2.400 different transfer functions!
Some limitations still exist: We cannot put a label on instances where contract fallback functions are used, as well as constructor calls. Also when decoding tx calls, we only have 4 bytes to match which may result in multiple results. For now we use the first match, but anyway assign a lower probability to the respective values in our database in order to indicate some uncertainty. Future refinements are on our roadmap, reach out if you want to contribute! …
https://raiden.eth.events shows the growth of the Raiden Network on the Ethereum Mainnet.
It is using the TokenNetwork contract and the events this contract emits in order to extract information about the status of the @raiden_network.
Specifically we show time-series charts of the number of open channels and unique accounts and may expand this in the future with additional data. The dashboard is of course updated in real-time.
It complements the existing network explorer by the Raiden team.
The explorer also provides channel statistics in terms of WETH deposits, participants etc. and links to the documentation and tutorials.
Our Raiden Network dashboard serves as an example on how our Ethereum Data as a Service can be used to show the progress of a project without the cost & time invest of running an archive node yourself. …
In this article we would like to help you to get started using the eth.events Ethereum search engine.
First of all, here are the benefits why you should get your free API key to use our database index:
Start using Ethereum data without losing precious developer time or any hidden expenses.
On our eth.events website you can find general information about us, what we do and also our news articles. The FAQ section and especially the documentation might be helpful when you start querying our Ethereum data. …
TL;DR — You can now easily query the Ethereum blockchain using our eth.events SQL database. Down to the smart contract event level, already enriched and decoded into human-readable text, and updated in real-time with the latest blocks from the Ethereum Mainnet and various other networks. You can very quickly register here to get free unlimited access instantly.
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A blockchain is an immutable, append only distributed database. To work with a blockchain, it is not just about understanding these unique features, but one also needs to understand what data is saved on the blockchain. How does blockchain data actually look like, i.e. what is the content and how is it formatted?
As the word actually describes, a blockchain is a chain of blocks, and it works similarly for the existing major chains like Bitcoin, Ethereum and other Proof-of-Work networks. To simplify, in this article the focus is on the Ethereum blockchain only. Technical details that are not actual data but mainly support the functioning of the network (e.g. uncles etc.) …
After a great week in Prague at Devcon4 we had very little time for decompression before presenting eth.events at the Energy Web Foundation (EWF) Affiliate Forum on Nov 5th in Vienna.
The participants are from a group of large energy corporations around the world as well as innovative service providers in the energy sector. As an EWF ecosystem affiliate we are committed to advance blockchain technology in this space. Therefore we have already indexed their Ethereum-based private PoA-blockchain Tobalaba.
We presented eth.events and use cases for the energy sector in the “Pecha Kucha” format: a maximum of 20 slides for 20 seconds each — get our slide deck here.
It is not easy to limit oneself to under 7 minutes… — but thankfully afterwards there was time for networking and follow-up questions. …
we are very happy to present eth.events — the Ethereum search engine with an extensive API!
As first introduced at DAPPCON Berlin in July 2018 (check out the video), you can utilize the Elasticsearch query language to easily build reliable and scalable applications using blockchain data that is specifically relevant for your use case.
Development for the blockchain takes time and special skills and is therefore costly.
If you just want to read from the blockchain, eth.events is your best choice.
You can reach your goals much faster, cheaper and with maximum flexibility.
You do not need to run a full archive node or your own database if you just want to use blockchain data.
Therefore eth.events …