By using The Graph, Dragonereum players can easily view gaming metrics.
Build subgraphs and earn prizes at our online hackathon December 2-22nd
DAOstack's Alchemy Built with The Graph
On Monday, MakerDAO launched Multi-Collateral DAI (MCD), a stablecoin pegged to USD, backed by multiple collateral assets.
Livepeer's New Staking App is Using The Graph
A few days ago, Ethereum’s darling Uniswap celebrated its first birthday.
Continuing our dive into The Graph’s decentralized network with a look at indexer staking, curator signaling, payments, and verification.
ENS 5 and 6 letter name auctions are ending this week and there are less than 3 weeks left for 3 and 4 letter auctions.
A look at the teams and projects that took home the 1,000 DAI prizes in the online September Graph Hackathon.
Pooled cDAI is built on MakerDAO, Compound, Kyber Network, Blocknative and The Graph. Although this dApp is specifically for DAI-based tokens, users can launch a Kyber Extension…
USDC is a reserve-backed stablecoin built on Ethereum and developed by CENTRE, a collaboration between Coinbase and Circle…
Founded in 2016 by Melonport AG, Melon is a decentralized asset management protocol that allows investors to create their own funds and manage and trade assets…
Betoken is a hedge fund DAO. Investors deposit funds into a pool and managers take indirect control of funds to generate profit for…
Moloch is a grants DAO (decentralized autonomous organization), made up of community members who have pledged funds to support Ethereum development…
We just wrapped up our first online hackathon Indexing the New Economy in partnership with CoinList, and we couldn’t be happier with the…
Compound Finance is an exciting financial protocol, and today they’re announcing the testnet release of Compound V2! We’ve been working side by side and today we’re happy to share the Compound V2 Subgraph…
Our engineering team has been working on a ton of new features since ETHDenver.
The first Graph Day was held this past January in San Francisco with many inspiring speakers.
Leveraging blockchains and storage networks as a data interoperability layer
Last month, The Graph team attended ETHDenver, one of the largest Ethereum hackathons in the world.
The Graph Protocol team hosted an event last month, Graph Day, which marked a number of exciting milestones for our project.
Last Friday we hosted the first annual Graph Day in San Francisco, and it was astonishing. The community showed up in force and the energy and excitement for what people are working on was refreshing to see in this market.
We’ve spent the majority of November focused on the Hosted Service. We’ve knocked out several big features and are preparing to launch an internal alpha for testing in the coming weeks.
This month we sponsored ETHSanFrancisco where the number of teams building on The Graph doubled compared to ETHBerlin.
Last month, we attended ETHBerlin and sponsored bounties for hackers to build on The Graph.
For our team at The Graph, open source is about more than just making code public, it’s about building communities and the collaboration between them.
At The Graph, we’re building a decentralized protocol for querying data off blockchains and storage networks.
Last month we announced The Graph and we couldn’t have hoped for a better response.