SubQuery extends its data indexing support to Flare Network

SubQuery has today announced integration with Flare Network. The integration, which came shortly after SubQuery received a grant from the Flare Ecosystem Support Programme, will allow SubQuery to extend its data indexing support to Flare Network.

Flare Network’s cross-chain approach is consistent with SubQuery’s main objective of becoming the universal blockchain indexing tool for Web3 developers. Flare Network provides a simple and coherent stack for decentralized interoperability for developers, allowing them to develop dApps that serve multiple chains through a single deployment.

Flare Network also supports EVM-based smart contracts and has in-built data and interoperability infrastructure. This provides dApps with highly decentralized price feeds and secure state acquisition from other blockchains.

Flare is also working on allowing decentralized, multilateral, and insured bridges between different blockchain networks for trustless interoperability.

Commenting on the integration, the Flare Network co-founder and CEO, Hugo Philion, said:

“We admire SubQuery’s decentralized data indexing solutions and are excited for them to launch on Flare mainnet. This will complete another important piece of Flare’s developer engagement strategy.”

Benefits of the integration to Flare Network developers

Flare Network developers leverage the full SubQuery experience, including the open-source SDK, tools, documentation, developer support, and other benefits developers receive from the SubQuery ecosystem. In addition, Flare Network will be supported by SubQuery’s managed service, which provides enterprise-level infrastructure hosting and handles over 400 million requests each day.

In a nutshell, SubQuery provides decentralized data indexing infrastructure to developers building applications on multiple layer-1 blockchains like Cosmos ecosystem, Polkadot, Algorand and Avalanche. It serves as a flexible and fast data indexer that helps developers to build APIs faster and also quickly index chains using dictionaries.

Commenting about the integration, the Technology Evangelist at SubQuery, Marta Adamczyk, said:

“We’re proud to be supporting teams building on Flare Network with our fast, flexible and universal indexing solution. We are excited to deliver another integration that enables Flare developers to index their data faster and easier, and build complex dApps with the help of SubQuery.”

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