Per the announcement made by The Graph Network, it has now listed three more chains, namely Avalanche, Arbitrum, and Celo, on the network. This gives developers more options to construct their decentralized applications on these chains. Calling it a significant milestone, The Graph has suggested its developers migrate their subgraph at the earliest to leverage the security of the network and the power of the recently added chains.
The Graph Network reaches another multi-chain milestone today ⛓️
Three new chains are now available on the decentralized network: Arbitrum, Avalanche & Celo!
Now devs building on these chains can decentralize their data layer & build unstoppable dapps 💪
— The Graph (@graphprotocol) February 27, 2023
All the chains gain access to the subgraph of the platform, making it convenient and faster for everyone to get started, irrespective of the chain they select.
Arbitrum, for instance, can leverage the mechanism of The Graph for faster loading of the data. Security remains the utmost priority, along with reliability, to ensure that Arbitrum is able to leverage all the positive aspects after getting listed on the network. Developers can choose to move on to Avalanche with the robust and quick subgraph data.
A decentralized network provides security to Avalanche and developers choosing to architect their dApps on the said chain. The benefit of resilience spreads across the ecosystem with only the network and the chain to thank for.
Celo brings a difference to the list by focusing on the approach of mobile-first with a functioning that is carbon-negative and EMV-compatible. Celo is now ready to be indexed and queried at The Graph.
The announcement by The Graph has received a lot of positive responses from the community, with most of them expressing happiness for Avalanche. One of the followers on Twitter has even predicted that it would bring the next bull cycle for the industry. Many followers have agreed that the listing is a great milestone for The Graph, and they have acknowledged that the future is only multi-chain.
The Graph is a protocol that is based on Web3 with the purpose of organizing and accessing blockchain data. It is an open platform where anyone can come to build an open API, otherwise known as a subgraph. These are accessible to everyone, no matter the chain that a developer chooses.
Web3 is leveraged the most by the team behind The Graph. The same has been noted by them with the belief that it transforms the internet into a radically better version of it. Data is stored and processed on an open network with the ability to process a query at a higher rate in a secure manner. Encrypted data is in the pipelines, and the community can expect it from The Graph in the days to come.
Developers are leveraging The Graph for multiple purposes. This includes governance, decentralized finance, and marketplaces, among others. dApps built on the network are getting the recognition they deserve with the amount of scalability they have always wanted.
Listing Arbitrum, Avalanche & Celo is the initial step for the expansion of the list of chains. The Graph is likely to list more chains to enable developers to better leverage the advantages of being on the network.