The Graph network now fully decentralized: 6K+ subgraphs live!

The Graph’s decentralized data is available now and it is a turning point in data autonomy and the Graph’s decentralization voyage. Almost 6000 subgraphs are available now including AAVE, Balancer, Decentraland, Messari, and Quickswap. The Graph offers incorruptible access to the data on which Web3 is dependent and the network experienced a huge growth in query volume during the times of the Sunrise of Decentralized Data. There has been a massive surge in data service fees for subgraphs and Substreams. The new development is a clear signal of Web3’s growing adoption of The Graph’s decentralized services.

The innovative initiative will empower the developer community with the huge potential of decentralized data. The Graph had previously used a hosted service while designing a decentralized protocol to serve the diverse needs of Web3. They are looking forward to expanding the potential of Web3 as its decentralized data layer and this feature equips decentralized applications to decentralize its data pipelines. 

The uniqueness of the Graph lies in being an open and decentralized network that any builder can use. Businesses are passionate about tapping the potentials of the Graph including quick syncing speeds, dependable uptime, global redundancy, and best network performance.

Numerous decentralized applications depending on the network serve innumerable queries per quarter. It is glad to hear that the Graph network is decentralized and token incentivized as of now. Developers utilizing the Graph can proudly say that they are partaking in a real decentralized environment. The developer’s dream of creating a trustless world and no middlemen involved is becoming a reality with the release of the Graph’s decentralized data. The recent development is an impetus to the initiatives of accumulating on the decentralized network.

The availability of the Graph’s decentralized data is a foundational stone for diverse decentralized data services. The Graph is the most suitable infrastructure for powering the decentralized Artificial Intelligence vertical. It has been revolutionizing blockchain data by presenting subgraphs as an excellent way to access Web3. The transformation into a decentralized network is a revolutionary concept as far as blockchain technology is concerned. 

The Graph enhances the Web3 system with a dependable, effective, and safe decentralized data layer. Its international network controls the indexing and querying of subgraphs besides the democratization of access. This decentralized platform is secured by protocol economics and it is undergoing an evolution phase.

Web3 developers can conceptualize a new data layer that can meet the diverse demands of the industry. The Graph’s decentralized data is a matter of surprise and excitement for the global blockchain industry. It is the ultimate repository of the decentralized web’s data as well as information. 


The Graph has eventually become Web3’s method of accessing and indexing blockchain data. It equips developers to build decentralized applications across multiple blockchains including Ethereum, Optimism, Base, Celo, and Avalanche. They are entering a new era with an unbelievable vision of including brand-new data services as well as query languages. It is a reality that the Graph is shaping up the upcoming days of DePIN (Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Network).

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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