DOUBLE TOP Research SubQuery

Early investment is always high-risk, and there is no guarantee that many of you will be able to get into a Private-Sale or become early supporters. But the lucky beggars who will manage to put their money into a genuinely top project will receive blissful «X» and multiply their balance.

Do your own analysis before listening to someone else's opinion and invest wisely.

DOUBLE TOP Research analytics is, first of all, a subjective opinion, which, although based on an analysis of indicative factors, is not direct investment advice.

 

Research: SubQuery

About the project

SubQuery is an open-source project for building a user-friendly infrastructure for applications. It allows users to run an indexer node to create a database that can be requested through GraphQL. The technical base of the project is very similar to The Graph, and the team came out into the open that the project mentioned above inspired them. SubQuery's goal is to help Substrate projects create more efficient dApps by allowing them to quickly find and use trusted data without the need for complex technical knowledge. In fact, the project opens up the opportunity for every application to receive the necessary data stored in the blockchain while the network provides its storage, transfer and aggregation between nodes.

 

The SubQuery toolbox contains a command line interface that allows you to create new applications and connect existing working projects to the SubQuery network.

At the same time, each indexer aggregates and processes data from its networks. There are very understandable tutorials for all SubQuery features that allow minimizing technical misunderstandings.

In the future, they plan to launch a governance token and become a Polkadot parachain.

 

Several important MVPs have already been implemented: users can raise the indexer and write their own subgraph. Hosting of projects on SubQuery will be free of charge. The website provides the opportunity to interact with 30 community projects. To access them, you need to connect via GitHub: https://explorer.subquery.network/.

SubQuery has an active GitHub: https://github.com/subquery/subql.
Documentation and connection guides can be found here: https://doc.subquery.network

Since July 16, SubQuery has been recruiting program ambassadors. It can potentially provide participants with retro drops or pay-as-you-go.

Requirements: establishment and moderation of local communities, holding events, writing content, translations, work with Partners to develop SubQuery Projects etc.

In order to participate, you need to fill out the form:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdxVAkAs4Gd5k1YoDk_C_ecQlWPiR2xFtnyf4pjHBHHwACFfA/viewform 


Team

The team consists of OnFinality representatives, a company that develops infrastructure for Polkadot blockchain developers. In fact, this platform resembles SabQuery itself, however SDK is not as attractive as the technical background of The Graph. 15 employees are listed on LinkedIn, and the site is recruiting for development, community, and marketing vacancies which imply that today the project may not have enough people to implement such a large-scale SDK.

Sam Zou (CEO): Investor and CEO in the IT sector with 20 years of experience, specializing in developing infrastructure solutions and cloud services.

Ian He (STO): since 2010 in IT in leadership positions, worked for 2 years at Alipay, Polkadot-js participant, an early adherent of Substrate technology, and a runner-up at the first Polkadot hackathon.

James Bayly (Partnerships): Previously worked with several mid-sized digital startups.

James Xu (Solution Architect): since 2016, he worked as an architect in large Asian and European companies, and for 2 years, he worked as a technical lead at the crypto startup Centrality, which was developing a product similar to Subquery and OnFinality on a kind of New Zealand blockchain CENNZnet.

 

Investors and Partners


Seed made $ 1.8M for the project. Lists of funds are second-tier and include DeFi Alliance, D1 Ventures, Hypersphere Ventures, Digital Finance Group (DFG), Lao and Bitscale Capital.

Proof: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/subquery/company_financials.

In addition to partnerships with well-known and promising projects from Polkadot, such as Acala, Bitfrost, Plasm, Hydra and Moonbeam, the project has entered into a partnership with a top accelerator, Blockchain Xcelerator Berkeley (Polkadot technical experts from Patract Labs) and finally received a desired grant from the Web3 Foundation.

The project's partnerships are tied to Polkadot gems, which only a very lazy crypto enthusiast does not know about. This should clearly contribute to the integration of SubQuery into the ecosystem.

 

Conclusions

SubQuery is an interesting project within the Polkadot ecosystem development that offers services like The Graph, but for projects on Substrate. The team is in-between, but technically savvy, with experience in digital and crypto projects, which advantageous given the product direction for blockchain infrastructure SDK development.

The team members already had experience developing similar products for blockchain developers, but perhaps the direction was not entirely correct, and the projects were not well-known. Now, when it comes to Polkadot, many people have quickly got their eyes on SubQuery, considering it to be a useful tool in their web infrastructure. The project provides an accessible understanding of the mechanism of working on the platform and implementing the available tools.

In total, SubQuery offers an infrastructure solution for their crypto segment through Polkadot, enters into cool partnerships from Polka and have a good list of investors.

The presence of HydraDX as a partner makes me happy because I remember this project as true ideologists who refused money from funds and promoted their gem to the maximum under the radar. Other partners are even more top just considering how often they were mentioned in newscasts and important announcements.

 

The project is genuinely technically very similar to The Graph. It will be excellent if a well-selected MM deals with tokenomics and distribution, and the team takes responsibility for the economic fundamentals of SubQuery, stimulating the network and active involvement of the community, from the indexer to the local chat moderator as in the case of the project as mentioned earlier.

The influence of the governor on the SubQuery Foundation can also be an essential factor. As practice shows, a fully independent DAO is not particularly effective in project management, but at the same time, complete centralization can lead to deplorable results and wrong decisions. The balance and feedback from the foundation to the moderate proposals of regular people is important, as well as their timely acceptance without long-term red tape.

SubQuery has chosen a thriving target sector in the person of Polkadot and data sharing protocols, so if you evaluate it without sticking labels, then the prospects for all indicators are fundamentally attractive. Everyone can test a platform and maybe even launch their own subgraph. To have an even more complete picture, we are waiting for the details of the tokenomics, the roadmap price rounds, after which it will be possible to continue the analysis of the project from the point of investment attractiveness.

 

Senior Analyst: Grigoriy [DOUBLE TOP]

Telegram Handle: @grigoriy_murrban

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DOUBLE TOP Research SubQuery

Early investment is always high-risk, and there is no guarantee that many of you will be able to get into a Private-Sale or become early supporters. But the lucky beggars who will manage to put their money into a genuinely top project will receive blissful «X» and multiply their balance.

Do your own analysis before listening to someone else's opinion and invest wisely.

DOUBLE TOP Research analytics is, first of all, a subjective opinion, which, although based on an analysis of indicative factors, is not direct investment advice.

 

Research: SubQuery

About the project

SubQuery is an open-source project for building a user-friendly infrastructure for applications. It allows users to run an indexer node to create a database that can be requested through GraphQL. The technical base of the project is very similar to The Graph, and the team came out into the open that the project mentioned above inspired them. SubQuery's goal is to help Substrate projects create more efficient dApps by allowing them to quickly find and use trusted data without the need for complex technical knowledge. In fact, the project opens up the opportunity for every application to receive the necessary data stored in the blockchain while the network provides its storage, transfer and aggregation between nodes.

 

The SubQuery toolbox contains a command line interface that allows you to create new applications and connect existing working projects to the SubQuery network.

At the same time, each indexer aggregates and processes data from its networks. There are very understandable tutorials for all SubQuery features that allow minimizing technical misunderstandings.

In the future, they plan to launch a governance token and become a Polkadot parachain.

 

Several important MVPs have already been implemented: users can raise the indexer and write their own subgraph. Hosting of projects on SubQuery will be free of charge. The website provides the opportunity to interact with 30 community projects. To access them, you need to connect via GitHub: https://explorer.subquery.network/.

SubQuery has an active GitHub: https://github.com/subquery/subql.
Documentation and connection guides can be found here: https://doc.subquery.network

Since July 16, SubQuery has been recruiting program ambassadors. It can potentially provide participants with retro drops or pay-as-you-go.

Requirements: establishment and moderation of local communities, holding events, writing content, translations, work with Partners to develop SubQuery Projects etc.

In order to participate, you need to fill out the form:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdxVAkAs4Gd5k1YoDk_C_ecQlWPiR2xFtnyf4pjHBHHwACFfA/viewform 


Team

The team consists of OnFinality representatives, a company that develops infrastructure for Polkadot blockchain developers. In fact, this platform resembles SabQuery itself, however SDK is not as attractive as the technical background of The Graph. 15 employees are listed on LinkedIn, and the site is recruiting for development, community, and marketing vacancies which imply that today the project may not have enough people to implement such a large-scale SDK.

Sam Zou (CEO): Investor and CEO in the IT sector with 20 years of experience, specializing in developing infrastructure solutions and cloud services.

Ian He (STO): since 2010 in IT in leadership positions, worked for 2 years at Alipay, Polkadot-js participant, an early adherent of Substrate technology, and a runner-up at the first Polkadot hackathon.

James Bayly (Partnerships): Previously worked with several mid-sized digital startups.

James Xu (Solution Architect): since 2016, he worked as an architect in large Asian and European companies, and for 2 years, he worked as a technical lead at the crypto startup Centrality, which was developing a product similar to Subquery and OnFinality on a kind of New Zealand blockchain CENNZnet.

 

Investors and Partners


Seed made $ 1.8M for the project. Lists of funds are second-tier and include DeFi Alliance, D1 Ventures, Hypersphere Ventures, Digital Finance Group (DFG), Lao and Bitscale Capital.

Proof: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/subquery/company_financials.

In addition to partnerships with well-known and promising projects from Polkadot, such as Acala, Bitfrost, Plasm, Hydra and Moonbeam, the project has entered into a partnership with a top accelerator, Blockchain Xcelerator Berkeley (Polkadot technical experts from Patract Labs) and finally received a desired grant from the Web3 Foundation.

The project's partnerships are tied to Polkadot gems, which only a very lazy crypto enthusiast does not know about. This should clearly contribute to the integration of SubQuery into the ecosystem.

 

Conclusions

SubQuery is an interesting project within the Polkadot ecosystem development that offers services like The Graph, but for projects on Substrate. The team is in-between, but technically savvy, with experience in digital and crypto projects, which advantageous given the product direction for blockchain infrastructure SDK development.

The team members already had experience developing similar products for blockchain developers, but perhaps the direction was not entirely correct, and the projects were not well-known. Now, when it comes to Polkadot, many people have quickly got their eyes on SubQuery, considering it to be a useful tool in their web infrastructure. The project provides an accessible understanding of the mechanism of working on the platform and implementing the available tools.

In total, SubQuery offers an infrastructure solution for their crypto segment through Polkadot, enters into cool partnerships from Polka and have a good list of investors.

The presence of HydraDX as a partner makes me happy because I remember this project as true ideologists who refused money from funds and promoted their gem to the maximum under the radar. Other partners are even more top just considering how often they were mentioned in newscasts and important announcements.

 

The project is genuinely technically very similar to The Graph. It will be excellent if a well-selected MM deals with tokenomics and distribution, and the team takes responsibility for the economic fundamentals of SubQuery, stimulating the network and active involvement of the community, from the indexer to the local chat moderator as in the case of the project as mentioned earlier.

The influence of the governor on the SubQuery Foundation can also be an essential factor. As practice shows, a fully independent DAO is not particularly effective in project management, but at the same time, complete centralization can lead to deplorable results and wrong decisions. The balance and feedback from the foundation to the moderate proposals of regular people is important, as well as their timely acceptance without long-term red tape.

SubQuery has chosen a thriving target sector in the person of Polkadot and data sharing protocols, so if you evaluate it without sticking labels, then the prospects for all indicators are fundamentally attractive. Everyone can test a platform and maybe even launch their own subgraph. To have an even more complete picture, we are waiting for the details of the tokenomics, the roadmap price rounds, after which it will be possible to continue the analysis of the project from the point of investment attractiveness.

 

Senior Analyst: Grigoriy [DOUBLE TOP]

Telegram Handle: @grigoriy_murrban

DOUBLE TOP | Website | YouTube | Chat | Services