PARSIQ’s Tsunami API Launches on Polygon
The Tsunami API Launches on Polygon to Bring Instant Web3 Data to Polygon’s Ecosystem of Developers, dApps, and Protocols
PARSIQ has launched its new, blazing fast Tsunami API on the Polygon network. PARSIQ now enables platforms using the Polygon blockchain to access all of its data instantly, providing immediate feedback and efficient building solutions, and allowing for important monitoring solutions.
Polygon is well known for the speed of its network. With the Tsunami API, PARSIQ provides a Web3 data solution to match.
No longer will it take hours or days to access and collect data, and no longer will it take weeks to restructure that data. With PARSIQ, the process is nearly instantaneous. Accessing the data for all of Polygon’s 30.5 million blocks — with nearly 1.8 billion TXs, over 6.9 billion calls and 6.9 billion events — has never been as fast and efficient as it is with the Tsunami API!
PARSIQ + Polygon
PARSIQ’s Tsunami API is now live on Polygon. With impressive growth in its popularity as a full-stack scaling solution — as well as the speed and cost-efficiency of its transactions — Polygon blockchain makes for the perfect chain for PARSIQ to launch its highly-anticipated Tsunami API. This integration will further prove the integrity and long-term value of both Polygon and PARSIQ.
The Tsunami API is the core API created by the PARSIQ Network. With this integration, Tsunami provides Polygon’s entire ecosystem of developers, dApps, and protocols access to the full spectrum of data on Polygon. The Tsunami API provides users with raw data from the entire history of a chain. It also provides the ability to apply filtration mechanisms, allowing for the querying of the whole of the blockchain history, for example, by sender, receiver, contracts it interacted with by topic, etc. Providing raw data — both real-time and historical — enables platforms to track any kind of events, metrics, or statistics they desire, such as TVL, liquidity, current and historical token prices, APR, APY, ROI, user balances, and more.
Speed has always been a challenge for projects needing to make calls on historical data, revise and update their metrics, analyze the relation of past events, etc. As developers will know, this data can often take a long time to process — from several hours, even to days!
The Tsunami API is an exception in this regard: PARSIQ has made it possible for over 33 billion events to be processed in under 1 second!
PARSIQ’s Future on Polygon
PARSIQ’s plans with the Polygon Ecosystem and the Tsunami API do not end here. As PARSIQ expands, so too will the abilities they afford users in the ecosystem. For example, in addition to providing instant raw data, in the future the Tsunami API will provide a higher level of functionality, providing data in an aggregate way.
PARSIQ is also preparing the launch of our Data Lakes and Data Hubs, which will provide Polygon’s developers, dApps, and protocols with custom-tailored solutions for all their data needs. To read more about what the Tsunami API, as well as Data Lakes and Data Hubs, offers to Polygon’s users click here.
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Polygon is the leading blockchain development platform, offering scalable, affordable, secure and sustainable blockchains for Web3. Its growing suite of products offers developers easy access to major scaling solutions including L2 (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), sidechains, hybrid, stand-alone and enterprise chains, and data availability. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 19,000+ decentralized applications hosted, 1.6B+ total transactions processed, 142M+ unique user addresses, and $5B+ in assets secured. Polygon is carbon neutral with the goal of leading the Web3 ecosystem in becoming carbon negative.
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PARSIQ is a full-suite data network for building the backend of all Web3 dApps & protocols. The Tsunami API, which will ship in July 2022, will provide blockchain protocols and their clients (e.g. protocol-oriented dApps) with real-time data and historical data querying abilities.