Today, we are announcing the release of Lua virtual machine on the GraphLinq network for scripting, offering even more freedom & flexibility while creating graphs. Not sure how to create graphs? Learn how to create your first graph today on GraphLinq
Lua is a powerful and fast programming language that is easy to learn and use. Lua is designed to be a lightweight embeddable scripting language. It is used for all sorts of applications, from games to web applications and image processing.
Any developer can now create scripts in their personal graph to basically make any needed Arithmetic without having…
GraphLinq — The No Code protocol for automating actions on-chain & off-chain, launched in just March 2021, has come a long way bringing users in the crypto space a never-seen model of integrating blockchain automation on any blockchain-related/non-related task.
The goal of GraphLinq protocol is to allow users to interact blockchains with any connected system as effortlessly as possible without any prior knowledge of coding.
GraphLinq ecosystem currently consists of an engine, an integrated development environment (IDE) & an app to provide automated services all while leveraging centralized/decentralized data streams, several blockchains, and more. Learn: http://docs.graphlinq.io | Build: http://ide.graphlinq.io |…
It has almost been 2 months since we’ve been on this journey. We’ve come a long way in regards to our development progress. We already have over 200+ logical blocks on our no-code drag & drop IDE for blockchain applications, an easier no-code interface for newcomers and over 20 pre-made templates to choose from!
GraphLinq has launched an easier interface on app.graphlinq.io which enables complete nocoders to simply build powerful tools/automations/bots in just couple of clicks. In just 3 simple steps, you can deploy your first graph:
Step 1: Give your graph a name & choose a template
Step 2: Fill/edit your preferred variables
Step 3: Click on “Deploy” and view logs on “ My Graphs”
Yes, that’s all you need to do and you’re done!
If you want to see how your graph works or if you’re a more advanced user, just click on “Edit On IDE” to navigate to GraphLinq’s IDE with your chosen template. On our IDE you’ve around 200 logical blocks available already, with new blocks being added regularly.
Creating your first Graph on GraphLinq using IDE: https://graphlinq.medium.com/how-to-create-your-first-graph-on-graphlinq-protocol-63eaafda016
Telegram Community: https://t.me/graphlinq
So the first thing that we got to do is download the telegram. And since I’m going to be using my iPhone, I’m going to download telegram from the app store. If you want to download telegram for any of your other devices, you can do so by going to telegram.org.
Okay so once you have telegram installed, click on “start messaging”, enter your cell phone number that you’ll be using.
Since I have the telegram app on my pc The verification code will be sent there, but for the new telegram users the code will be sent to…
Celebrating the one-month GLQ anniversary date, we deployed another huge update on our network to create more use-cases for our Engine & IDE.
We have now more than 186 logical blocks available on the IDE and will keep delivering based on each new feature that we are developing!
Based on what we already achieved, we were only doing monitoring and read-only activity from chain and off-chain as of now.
It’s time to enable the true potential of GraphLinq Protocol by adding the execution over chain and off-chain, pushing the boundaries even further.
Mariela, Business Developer at Gate.io Introducing The CMO Of GraphLinq: Hello everyone! Today we have our AMA to get to know Graphlinq a bit more!
Let’s welcome their CMO @Rish_Graphlinq !!
Thanks for being here!
Rishabh: Hi @marielat
Thanks for having me here.
Mariela: We are excited to learn more about your project…
But first tell us a bit more about you
Q. Tell us about how you entered the crypto space and how your background contributed to your early successes
So I entered the crypto space back in 2016, and since then I have been involved with…
In 4 days it’s going to be one month since our ILO. Over this short period of time, we have surpassed four thousand hodlers and have grown our community to over five thousand people. We have been listed on Uniswap, 0X Protocol, 1inch, smartdex Gate.io, Hotbit & Cointiger.
We have Partnered with Polygon (Matic) for layer 2 solutions and to add support for matic to our engine, IDE & analytics platforms. During our ILO and private sale, which was historic for Graphlinq, we sold 50% of GLQ’s total supply. Which equates to 250 million GLQ. 73 million of the remaining…
As part of our development progress, we decided to take the road of a layer 2 solution to avoid our gas fees issues. We are excited to announce our partnership with Polygon Chain (Previously known as Matic) 🥳
GraphLinq Protocol will host its layer two solutions over the Polygon chain to optimize the efficiency of execution costs & the average time of transactions per second: Polygon block time is 2 seconds and the average transaction fee is $0.00004 which is exactly what we need to run our service efficiently.
So first, what is a layer 2 solution, and why our…
We are glad to announce that we just pushed our release v1.0.6 for the Protocol, and we have over 143 blocks available now on our IDE!
Today, we deployed a set of new blocks for making on-chain data more accessible and embracing CEX integrations and connections.
In this update, we’ve integrated new blocks to fetch data prices from Liquidity Provider tokens, and we will soon integrate more for lending / APY information over the different available protocols (such as Compound, Aave, etc.)
Also, we’ve added connectors and blocks to check pairs and live events from certain exchanges which enables you…