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…
First, thanks a lot for being part of GraphLinq. Today, we will explain you how to make your first Graph on the GraphLinq IDE.
GraphLinq IDE is a powerful interface that allow your to create your workflow as a Graph, this interface is available at https://ide.graphlinq.io and it’s free to use even if you host your own GraphLinq Engine.
You can have access to the source code of the IDE here :
Lets me introduce the interface and how to use it
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We are actually at phase one of our current roadmap and are applying some new changes over time. GraphLinq is dedicated to simplifying the use and exploitation of Defi & Crypto on-chain activities.
Today we are announcing our partnership with Unicrypt. Unicrypt Network is a decentralized services provider available cross-chains (on top of 4 blockchains as of now). They have 3 Dapps up and running ready to be empowered with this collaboration.
As we started to talk with our Partners, we saw that there was in need for a special API system to be able to review…
It was just yesterday (16th March, 2021) when we announced our private sale, 30 minutes prior to opening the invite-only round. It took us 7 minutes to raise our goal of 70 ETH and many interested investors missed the opportunity. We have exciting news to share for all of those who missed the chance, just carry on with the article to know all about it.
For those who are still not very sure about what GraphLinq is, it basically enables building blockchain developer tools without writing a single line of code. …
Graphlinq, launched in early 2021, has already come a long way. Before announcing the token sale of its native cryptocurrency, GLQ, the graphlinq team made their platform available to the public. Developers, organizations, blockchain enthusiasts, and even crypto newcomers can create and deploy Graphs on Graphlinq without having to write a single line of code using premade templates. In Graphlinq’s first AMA, the founders can be found introducing Graphlinq in a lot more detail for anyone who’s keen.
What Exactly Is Graphlinq?
GraphLinq is a set of tools including an IDE & an engine that run simultaneously with multiple…
Developing smart contracts, bots, basic scripted logics, arbitrages on DEXs, or trading on CEXs have been becoming easier with time to deploy. There are platforms out there that let users deploy their own smart contracts or set up trading bots without having to code at all.
However, most of these platforms are focused on specific automation and charge a fee from their users which then ultimately is the user-end fee and not a fee that the user would have paid if he was a developer.
This is when Graphlinq steps in, launched earlier this year, the motive is to provide…