SubQuery has recently achieved a significant milestone by providing full support for Fantom Opera. It contributes to ultra-fast data indexing capabilities within the Fantom blockchain network. This alliance can help developers manage and retrieve on-chain data more efficiently. This decision supports the goal of accelerating progress and encouraging creativity to mainstream blockchain technology.
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Now, #Fantom devs can dive into SubQuery’s versatile, high-speed data indexing solution to streamline on-chain data management on Fantom Opera.
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Fantom Opera Embraces Open-Source Design for Network Participation
The Fantom Opera, the ecosystem’s main network, uses permissionless, open-source design. This approach encourages network participation through staking and governance. Fantom Opera works with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and supports Solidity smart contracts.
Fantom developers can use SubQuery’s flexible, quick, and decentralized data indexing solution. This lets them manage and retrieve on-chain data for protocols and apps. With SubQuery, developers can tailor their API and streamline backend operations. This lets companies focus on product development and user experience rather than on indexing systems.
The Fantom Foundation is excited about this relationship and sees SubQuery as a robust multi-chain indexer that will boost the Fantom ecosystem. SubQuery allows developers to build groundbreaking Fantom apps, launching a new era of innovation and opportunity.
SubQuery provides developers with comprehensive support, according to Fantom Foundation Director of Business Development Sam Harcourt. This includes an open-source SDK, tools, documentation, and developer support. Fantom is involved with SubQuery’s enterprise-managed service, which hosts large infrastructure and handles hundreds of millions of daily queries.
SubQuery CEO Sam Zou Enthusiastic About Inspiring Innovation with Fantom Opera
For Fantom developers, the SubQuery Network will add a decentralized indexing option, improving the development environment. SubQuery founder and CEO Sam Zou is excited about the cooperation with Fantom Opera, which aims to inspire innovative developers. The goal is to expedite a digital revolution that spurs web3 industry adoption.
SubQuery’s technology lets developers create custom APIs for dApps and smart contracts in minutes. This makes organized, searchable data available to any service. Developers benefit from the platform’s versatility, which allows external API calls and library imports into mapping functions. SubQuery lets developers run projects on their own infrastructure and automatically prevents DOS assaults.
SubQuery’s data indexing solution’s integration with Fantom Opera is a major step forward for Fantom developers. This alliance simplifies technical obstacles and promotes innovation and blockchain technology adoption. SubQuery’s simple integration should enable new Fantom network applications and scenarios.