The automation of DeFi data monitorization and external executions over multi-chain applications.
With GraphLinq, you can create the equivalent of hundreds of lines of code in seconds by simply drag-and-dropping blocks.
Most operations on GraphLinq cost fractions of a GLQ, it's even cheaper than running your program on AWS.
Run transactions on blockchain triggered by events or make call exchange API to requests to create trade orders.
The GraphLinq Engine provides you all the needs for handling business logic without requiring any coding skills.
A node is a block that is a self contained piece of functionality like connecting to the Ethereum Network, getting data from a specific exchange or sending data using a WebHook.
The GraphLinq Engine comes with a set of over 100 logical blocks that can be executed using your desired parameters.
Every node has at least one input that accepts values to be processed, and one output that produces results. Linking an output to an input establishes a data path that allows one node to feed data into another.
Use this simple yet powerful principle to define what you can build.
Once you're ready to deploy your Graph or use a pre-made template, you can use the GraphLinq Interface to upload it and execute it on the network.
Create and share your Graphs with the world. Explore what others have created. Search for community Graphs and reuse them in your further blockchain projects.
With the ability to create your own graph and using a variety of pre-made blocks, the only limit is your imagination.
Even if you are already a developer GraphLinq allows you to test your ideas without having to fire up the terminal.
I was looking for a crypto project to help me to create an automated bot for handling my new member's subscriptions on Telegram, I did it in a few clicks with the help of the GraphLinq team.
I needed a way to monitor a specific pair on Uniswap I invested in, I created my graphs and linked all the flux streams data to my Discord account, and added conditional trigger over prices change.
I am a Binance day trader, I used one Graph template to link me up with Binance activity and on decentralized AMM protocol, this way I can trigger arbitrage events to execute a trade with my Binance API.
I created my graph that alerts me in real-time over webhook events to my dedicated server whenever whales moved their funds from one wallet to another.
Using a template, I modified and deployed my graph to let me know when the price of Ethereum was moving on my Telegram bot, it helps me up to know when to buy or sell from my initial investment.
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