SubQuery to Offer Developer Support for Algorand in Q3

SubQuery, the blockchain developer toolkit provider, has announced that it will begin supporting Algorand in the third quarter of 2022. Developers on Algorand will now access all of the SubQuery ecosystem’s tools, documentation, support, and other benefits. Also, SubQuery’s Grants Program will be open to them.

SubQuery’s Algorand integration and what it entails

Algorand’s mission has been to provide developers with efficient and productive platforms and tools. For example, the SubQuery data indexing tool focuses on delivering advanced technology to help developers develop future applications. As a result, SubQuery is a logical next step for Algorand in this regard.

As the creator of Polkadot’s premier data indexer, SubQuery can draw on a wealth of knowledge and experience. Following its success with Polkadot, SubQuery has now integrated Algorand into its Layer-1 blockchain portfolio. Algorand also has the support of SubQuery’s enterprise-level managed service. The service hosts an enterprise-level infrastructure and processes hundreds of millions of requests every day.

To make it easier for developers to focus on product development and user experience, SubQuery abstracts the backend and provides a customized API. The integration is now in the final stages of development and testing with a small band of beta projects.

Sam Zou, the Founder and CEO of SubQuery, commented, “At SubQuery we always look new emergent ecosystems that have huge developer growth, we expect this growth to accelerate and can’t wait to extend our leading-edge data indexing offering to Algorand developers in 2022.”

Both Algorand and SubQuery focus on delivering cutting-edge technology and help developers transition to web3 faster. Algorand is a high-performance blockchain that utilizes Layer 1 and brings technology that it describes as both frictionless and inclusive. SubQuery frees programmers from the burden of creating a specialized backend for data processing so they may devote more time to the front end of their applications.