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The Graph explores integrations for Bitcoin, Polkadot, and other Layer-1 blockchains

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Following a profitable mainnet launch on Ethereum in December, The Graph is exploring integrating eight extra Layer-1 blockchains together with Bitcoin.

On Feb. 16, The Graph Basis revealed it’s also contemplating integrating Bitcoin, Polkadot, Close to Protocol, Cosmos, Solana, Avalanche, Binance Sensible Chain, and Celo.

The protocol already runs on Ethereum having launched on Dec. 17, 2020, and helps the InterPlanetary File System — a peer-to-peer community for storing and sharing information. The Graph has additionally lately built-in with a number of DeFi protocols together with Uniswap, AAVE, Decentraland, Gnosis, Balancer, and Synthetix.

The Graph, introduced in July 2018, permits programmers to construct Utility Programming Interfaces (APIs) — which it calls subgraphs, to extract blockchain information for decentralized applications built on Web 3.0. The challenge’s main objective is to permit builders to simply entry on-chain information and construct dApps.

The Graph Basis’s director, Eva Beylin, acknowledged that additional chain integrations are a key a part of unlocking the subsequent wave of innovation on the decentralized web, including:

“Though the protocol now helps Ethereum and IPFS, The Graph is blockchain agnostic. We’re actually trying ahead to including extra builders and Layer 1 chains to our group. Whereas The Graph is constructed on Ethereum, we additionally imagine in uniting the ecosystem beneath a multi-blockchain future, making it simple to develop and use Web3.”

Up to now, over 7,000 subgraphs have been deployed by over 10,000 lively builders.

Question charges and rewards on the protocol are available its native ERC-20 Graph Tokens (GRT) which additionally went reside with its mainnet launch. On the time of writing, GRT was buying and selling up 19% over the previous 24 hours at $2.20, having gained 215% because the starting of February.