The score reflects the overall worthiness of the blockchain's ecosystem, as determined by regular monitoring and collective reviewing of the ecosystem.
Partial outage - Hosted Service - Indexing - Rinkeby subgraphs stuck since Sep 21, 2022
Major outage - Network - Subgraph Studio - Subgraph Studio Database Failure on Sep 22,2022
Hosted Service - Indexing - Arbitrum Testnet (on Rinkeby): Block ingestor lagging behind issue has been resolved
Hosted Service - Indexing - Arbitrum Testnet (on Rinkeby): Block ingestor lagging behind.
Hosted Service - Indexing - POA Core: Block ingestor lagging behind
Hosted Service - Indexing -POA Core: Block ingestor lagging behind since Sep 15, 2022
Hosted Service - Miscellaneous - Deployments: Some subgraph deployments are failing with "ipfs failure::failure parsing subgraph manifest"
Hosted Service - Indexing - Fantom: Block ingestor frequently lagging behind.
Hosted service - Subgraph health - Optimism subgraphs experienced an outage due to infura outage for 2hrs.
Fantom: Block ingestor was lagging behind frequently.
Fantom: Block ingestor was lagging behind, now it is woring fine
xDai: Block ingestor issue has been resolved, now it is working fine.
Hosted Service - Indexing - xDai: Block ingestor lagging behind from 05 Sep, 2022
Hosted Service - Indexing - POA Core: Block ingestor lagging behind from 05 Sep, 2022
Hosted Service - Indexing - Arbitrum One: Block ingestor lagging behind on 31 Aug, 2022
Hosted Service - Indexing - Mainnet: Block ingestor lagging behind on 31 Aug, 2022
Partial outage - Hosted Service - Queries: too many failed requests on 30 Aug, 2022
Hosted Service - Miscellaneous: Explorer Issue is resolved on Aug 20, 2022.
Hosted Service - Indexing: Partial Outage - Kovan: Block ingestor lagging behind issue resolved
Hosted Service - Miscellaneous: Partial Outage - API: Explorer Query has failed an uptime check
Ecosystem score decreases due to updates in Performance, Add ons, Protocol support etc.
Ecosystem score increased
Grant program score increased due to grants being updated
Protocol support score increased . Email support updated
Performance Score increased. Uptime percentage & Node count updated
Foundation tools score increased. Node explorer & Network Stats updated
Foudational tools score decreased due to insufficient data
Add ons score decreased due to insufficient information
3rd party services score decreased as cloud provider doesn't exist
Documentation score is decreased as validator nodes doesn't exist
The score depicts the network's performance rating based on metrics like avg TPS, nodes, gas fees, and uptime.
|PERFORMANCE MATRIX||VALUE||MONITORED AT|
|Node Count||219 nodes|
|Reddit Total Members Online||134 members|
|Reddit Total Members||22,300 members|
|Discord Total Subscribers Online||3,086 subscribers|
|Discord Total Subscribers||36,494 subscribers|
|Telegram Err||36 err|
|Telegram Ppm||2 ppm|
|Telegram Views Per Post||1,097 views|
|Telegram Total Subscribers Online||1,322 subscribers|
|Telegram Total Subscribers||22,859 subscribers|
The score represents the development support the protocol offers to developers in terms of tools and resources.
he score is derived by considering the documentation support offered by the protocol to help developers better understand the protocol's ecosystem.
The score reflects the protocol's progressiveness in allocating funds to support the developers who are building on top of the blockchain.
The score reflects how equipped is the protocol's ecosystem with add-on tools like code editors, IDEs and security
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
The score reflects the protocol's ability to provide third-party services such as Oracle integration, API management, and cloud services.
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
It reflects how well the protocol's support system works in terms of communication tools, DAO rating, development community size, and stack exchange, among other things.
It indicates how widely the protocol has been adopted in the industry, taking into account aspects such as the
number of developers that are using it and the number of transactional values.
The score depicts the protocol's overall responsiveness toward its members in online communities like Discord,
Telegram, Slack, Linkedin, etc.
Blockchain is a dynamic technology and has multiple use cases. It stores a huge amount of cryptographic data. Thus, filtering and finding data on a blockchain network is a complicated task. To filter, fetch and index data on a blockchain network, the user will have to create a key-value index with the help of distributed Redis database.
The Graph is a blockchain indexing protocol that channelizes the process of filtering the network data and is important in relation to all the blockchain queries.
About The Graph
The Graph is a distributed protocol for querying and organizing information from the blockchain networks, for instance, Ethereum. It solves the data filtering complexities via a decentralized protocol that indexes the network data and allows the performant to efficiently query the network data.
This protocol has some specific APIs or indexed subgraphs which can be queried with the standard GraphQLAPI.
This decentralized protocol is also backed up by an open implementation of the Graph Node.
The Graph’s architecture
The Graph constitutes smart contracts that function on Ethereum in combination with various additional services and clients operating off-chain. It also has a query market that works similarly to an API in a traditional cloud-based app, efficiently providing data required by a frond-end functioning on a user’s device. The query market contains a decentralized chain of Indexers, all competing with each other to provide the best service at a feasible cost.
Following are the components of The Graph’s architecture:
The Graph explorer
The Graph dApp
The Graph token (GRT)
Indexers & curators
The Graph mainnet
The Graph’s Consensus Algorithm:
The Graph being a blockchain indexing protocol functions on the basis of the Proof-of-Stake consensus Algorithm. its delegators stake their GRT token by delegating the same to the indexers or the node operators. They are then rewarded in the form of incentives, for their participation in The Graph’s ecosystem.
Key features of The Graph:
Unique query market
Decentralized data indexing
Unique GRT utility
Secure network data filtering
Supports the EVM compatible chains
Founders of The Graph Protocol:
Popular use cases of The Graph:
Many leading blockchain networks and projects in the Web3 ecosystem find The Graph very useful for decentralized data indexing as mentioned below: