Now, you can rely on 48 configuration templates to set up monitoring for cross-cloud blockchain networks in a few hours instead of weeks.
Monitoring tools are essential for maintaining healthy and robust operations. When running nodes on public (or permissioned) blockchain networks, operators need to configure monitoring tools for the network or node binary itself, as well as the underlying infrastructure it is built on.
Public blockchain networks offer many beneficial attributes, including, but not limited to, decentralization. The truth remains that in many cases, centralized parties are still utilized for activities such as node hosting, blockchain data APIs, block…
Mempool Explorer enables Polkadot ecosystem members to monitor pending transactions across several parameters and gain meaningful insights.
DeFi users can now seamlessly transfer assets between the Avalanche and Ethereum ecosystems faster and at lower costs.
Protofire is excited to contribute to the launch of the bridge enabling the two-way transfer of tokens between Avalanche and Ethereum ecosystems as a co-developer and a relayer.
The bridge empowers users to lock Wrapped ETH (WETH), ERC-20, or ERC-721 assets in the ChainBridge contract on Ethereum, and an equivalent token will be minted on Avalanche and deposited to the desired address. (The security of ChainBridge contracts have been audited by ConsenSys Diligence). …
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This blog post provides practical recommendations on how to use arrays efficiently and generate entity IDs that are unique and referenceable.
In part 1 of this series, we provided an overview of subgraphs to help developers understand their basic structure. In addition, we also shared our insights for mapping and aggregating data.
This time, we will discuss another two topics: handling arrays and generating IDs for entities that are both unique and easily referenced. As part of the discussion, we will provide our recommendations on how to efficiently manage arrays and properly name entities.
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Starting with the subgraph basics, this blog post provides practical recommendations on how to treat data during mapping and deal with specific time intervals.
The Graph is a protocol for building decentralized applications on Ethereum and IPFS using GraphQL. The protocol enables developers to browse through APIs, referred to as subgraphs, and query blockchain data quickly.
This article is part of our series that aims to facilitate subgraph development for those engineers who are new to it through valuable insights and practical recommendations. In this first part of the series, we will discuss potential issues…
The Conditional Tokens Explorer provides an interface for the Conditional Tokens Framework, making it easier to operate.
With the blockchain bridge, ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens can be transferred seamlessly between Avalanche and Ethereum.
Mission Control enables participants to make improvements to The Graph before it launches to the mainnet.
Blockchain has, undoubtedly, been one of the most important and innovative technological advances of the last decade. Beginning with Bitcoin, each major network added something new and exciting to blockchain. In particular, Ethereum stands out thanks to its capability to run Turing-complete code on the blockchain nodes. This created new ways of using a blockchain network apart from the usual trading of cryptocurrency. Ethereum also opened the possibility for users to create sophisticated pieces of software that run within the “world computer.” …
A new storage strategy will allow users to fine-tune their preferences in terms of data availability and size, geographical access, storage costs, etc.
Protofire received a grant from Filecoin to integrate its decentralized cloud storage with Ocean Protocol. The proof of concept aims to deliver multiple customizable storage options and reduce expenditures on a data provider.
Ocean Protocol is a decentralized solution for building data marketplaces with a strong focus on security. Connecting data providers and consumers, the protocol enables traceability, transparency, and trust for all the parties involved. …
To date, Protofire has built more than 20 open-source subgraphs for Ethereum and IPFS projects.