Pinknode partners with Subsquid, so Pinknode will be supporting Subsquid with its robust infrastructure and working closely on the possibility of innovating new middleware-related products.
Polkadot has become the home of over 3,000,000 accounts and 1,500 developers— metrics that could skyrocket even further as its consecutive rounds of parachain auctions proceed. More than a quarter of all the available slots have already been filled. And the next generations of projects which come on board are likely to generate even greater demand for cutting-edge, secure infrastructure.
Decentralized Data Indexing Made Easy
An indexer opens up a myriad of possibilities for application builders as it allows users to search the blockchain’s time-series structure for specific data. The essential elements of the blockchain must be indexed at a low level, and once they are identified and retrieved, they are then indexed for high-level blockchain queries.
With Subsquid, information from smart contracts and activity records have categories for greater accessibility. A chore for developers who have to manually execute through the creation of custom search functions.
Subsquid seeks to alleviate platforms from this burden through its offerings. Therefore, it is a state-of-the-art indexing protocol. It has pioneered a novel parallelized data indexing mechanism that provides a more affordable and secure alternative.
Pinknode Partners with Subsquid, so the Pinknode provides all Subsquid users free access to their upgraded plan. It is increasing the number and rate of requests. Currently, this promotion is as follows:
- 500K to 1M request per team
- 15 requests per second > 50 requests per second
Subsquid is an on-chain indexing and querying solution that enables Web3 builders to gain access to on-chain data on their own terms.
Pinknode is a Polkadot-focused infrastructure provider that empowers developers through its node-as-a-service solutions. Pinknode prides itself on supporting every single Substrate chain with unparalleled reliability and scalability.