The Graph has talked about its roadmap in detail, stating that the overall objective is to serve global data needs. While the same has yet to demonstrate a positive impact on the token value, it is definite that the roadmap has been designed to empower developers and expand its ecosystem.
The Graph has garnered recognition for its exceptional query success rate of over 99.9%, in addition to its steadfast dedication to facilitating access to blockchain data. As time progresses, the platform will be acknowledged for its anticipated accomplishments as outlined in the roadmap.
A new era has begun for The Graph, which will reach its pinnacle with the increased case utility for features such as LLM support, query languages, and verifiable data. Under the auspices of five objectives in total, The Graph road map has been developed. This encompasses the empowerment of developers, the realm of data services, enhanced indexer performance, the evolution and resilience of protocols, and an interconnected data graph.
The Graph aims to deliver a rich market of data that goes beyond the scope of subgraphs on its network. Support for developers comes from tooling and DevEx. Similarly, The Graph has committed to work to deliver improvements to have higher resilience and more flexibility. Improved indexer tooling and operational capabilities are expected to boost network performance while constructing tools will contribute to an interconnected graph of data.
As promising as it sounds, the community has not yet responded in a similar fashion. This is evident from the trading value of GRT, which is navigating its way to bounce back from the value of $0.1314, a slip of 8.19% in the last 24 hours. The Graph forecast estimates the native token to end in 2023 at $0.174. That is possible only if GRT manages to mirror the enthusiasm in the community.
Anyone can participate in the groundbreaking journey of The Graph. Per the announcement, the opportunity is accessible to all users, irrespective of their experience and background, covering Web3 enthusiasts, Indexers, and developers. One can explore several roles listed on the platform to finalize how they want to contribute: subgraph developer, delegator, or Indexer. Moreover, they can seek connections with experts through the official channels of The Graph on Discord, Telegram, and Forum. BuildersDAO is another option where participation can be expressed for becoming a Graph Advocate.
The development comes months after The Graph introduced a new era of scalability with Arbitrum and L2 transfer tools. It dates back to the closing days of August this year, underscoring that the goal is to revolutionize existing industries while exploring new use cases of decentralized governance and non-fungible tokens, among others.
In keeping with its past accomplishments and aspirations for the future, The Graph’s recently unveiled road map delineates a fresh era in which it will cater to the demands of global data.