Subsquid and FiDi join forces to bring advanced data insights to Web3 users
The Subsquid and FiDi core teams are delighted to announce their partnership, aimed at bringing high quality data and insights to blockchain users. Already, the FiDi team has implemented squid SDK to get bulk access to historical chain data, which they use to serve advanced analytics to users of the FiDi app. Going into the future, their engineers will utilize various Subsquid features to develop sophisticated portfolio tracking tools like real-time notifications and mobile-friendly, user-customizable, dashboards.
Subsquid is the team behind squid SDK, an open-source framework that enables Web3 builders to create scalable and performant custom indexers which extract, transform, and present blockchain data as GraphQL APIs or in virtually any other format. Squids can be hosted for free using Subsquid’s hosted service, the Aquarium, and receive pre-indexed data from what will soon be a decentralized network of Archives. Squids can be used to retrieve data from well over 70 EVM and Substrate networks.
FiDi is building the most comprehensive portfolio tracker available for cryptocurrency, capable of monitoring portfolio performance across multiple wallets and surface data from 50+ blockchains and 1800+ protocols. In particular, FiDi has recently announced the release of the ‘Advanced Analytics’ feature on Moonbeam network, and many more sophisticated insights will soon be provided on other EVM and Polkadot-ecosystem chains. A security-first platform, FiDi is non-custodial and stores data locally on the user’s device.
The Subsquid and FiDi core teams expect their collaboration to span literally dozens of blockchain ecosystems. Starting with support for EVM chains like Moonbeam, Acala, and Astar, advanced functionality for Polkadot parachains and other Substrate-based chains will come soon after.
Support for popular EVM networks like Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Finance, and BNB chain will be added through the development of custom indexers (called ‘squids’) using squid SDK. Advantages of this approach are many, including the ability to make advanced aggregations using custom database targets. Squids can also be enhanced by integrating with external APIs. The FiDi roadmap includes the creation of a series of developer tools, including developer APIs, and the Subsquid team has already committed to providing support during this process.
Traders and other Web3 users can get a taste of what’s to come by logging into the FiDi app. Learn about new releases by following both Subsquid and FiDi’s official Twitter accounts.