Blockchain developer toolkit and the backbone of Web3 infrastructure, SubQuery, has integrated with the Cosmos-based sandbox environment Juno to launch data indexing services for the Cosmos blockchain network.
This added support comes on the heels of SubQuery’s recent beta version launch for the Avalanche blockchain ecosystem. The integration with Juno and the introduction of the beta version of data indexing services for Cosmos marks another major milestone for SubQuery amid its ongoing efforts to facilitate multichain connectivity.
Per SubQuery CEO and Founder Sam Zou, “SubQuery is a fundamental piece of web3 infrastructure and we are delighted to support the explosive growth occurring in Cosmos and its native layers. We can’t wait to see how teams in the Juno ecosystem leverage SubQuery’s leading-edge indexing technology to build fast and feature-rich dApps.”
Starting from June 9, developers building atop Juno and CosmWasm - the smart contracting platform built for the Cosmos ecosystem - will have full access to the beta version. This will enable testing and experimentation with the same fast, flexible, and open indexing features currently available across the Polkadot and Avalanche ecosystems.
Interested developers can harness SubQuery’s open-source Software Development Kit (SDK), documentation, and tools. This accompanies development support and other access SubQuery ecosystem participants already receive, like the opportunity to participate in SubQuery’s Grants program. In addition, SubQuery’s managed service also accommodates Juno, delivering an enterprise-level infrastructure capable of hosting and handling more than 400 million requests daily.
Cosmos is the latest addition to SubQuery's portfolio of networks that take a multichain approach, along with Polkadot and Avalanche. Initially based on Juno, SubQuery's Cosmos implementation will eventually work across any chain based on CosmWasm, such as Cronos, OKExChain, Osmosis, Secret Network, Stargaze, and Injective.
On Polkadot, SubQuery has already cemented itself as a leading data indexing infrastructure provider, enabling projects like Moonbeam and Acala to process hundreds of millions of daily queries. This rapid growth has prompted SubQuery to develop a priority list of six additional Layer-1 blockchains for which the platform intends to expand support by the end of 2022.
Moreover, SubQuery Network will allow Juno applications to decentralize their SubQuery infrastructure in the next few months altogether. With SubQuery, developers can index and serve data in an incentive-based and verifiable way to the global community. Because the unified SubQuery Network is designed to assist SubQuery projects from any layer-1 network, including Juno and Cosmos, developers can mobilize the scale of the unified SubQuery Network right from launch.
Jake Hartnell, the founder of upcoming Cosmos chain Stargaze and a core Juno contributor, concludes, “We were elated to learn that SubQuery were expanding their invaluable data indexing services over to Juno. Our shared mission is to provide new teams with an environment to scale without hindrance and we know that SubQuery saves developers time and effort, allowing them to accelerate even faster.”
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