SubQuery is an open-source, reliable indexing tool that has been expanding rapidly into the Cosmos community. SubQuery announced support for Fetchai Network (an Artificial Intelligence-led blockchain) and Machine Learning(ML). This update follows the recent release Juno, which is a Cosmos-based decentralized layer-1 protocol for crosschain smart contracts. SubQuery is a valued partner for the Fetch-ai network development team. Fetch-ai Network’s development team views SubQuery as a valuable partner. They will be able to free up time and resources for Fetch-ai Network project development. Developers can now focus on product design and user experience. This will enable them to deliver their vision mission faster and achieve key milestones. Technically, all dApp developers within Fetch-ai Network must be able to access blockchain data quickly. SubQuery was designed to be open and reliable so that dependencies can easily access data. SubQuery is a key cog in crypto-dApp development. Its service offerings will greatly complement Fetch-ai Network’s extensive toolchains. Fetch-ai Network’s Chief Product Officer Kamal Ved is optimistic that the blockchain will become a preferred platform for dApp developers. Fetch’s AI-intensive and agent-based automation products require quick access to blockchain data. SubQuery’s subQuery indexing solution is a perfect addition to our toolchain. It supports our ambitions to solve complex coordination issues with AI and automated solutions. Fetch-ai Network Network makes it a great choice to help dApp developers develop and launch their apps. SubQuery is expanding rapidly to offer data indexing solutions throughout the Cosmos ecosystem through Juno, which is a data indexing system specifically designed for the Cosmos network. SubQuery allows developers to focus on scaling and growth. They will have access to SubQuery’s open-source SDK, tools and eligibility for the SubQuery Grants Program. Fetch-ai Network’s managed SubQuery service, which provides enterprise-level infrastructure hosting that can handle over 400 million requests per hour, is where developers will find enhanced services. SubQuery and Juno’s expansion in the Cosmos ecosystem will precede the launch of the open-source, decentralized SubQuery Network. Blockchain principles will be adhered to and accessible by all users and projects. The network will primarily focus on innovation in payments and support all Fetch-ai Network initiatives upon launch. Fetch-ai Network, which is a data sharing platform that allows users to control their data, and privacy, announced DabbaFlow’s release in June.
Fetch-ai Network Supports SubQuery, a Blockchain Agnostic Data Indexing Solution
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