Providing the Subsquid Community with More Tools

This is a very short post, meant to accompany this week’s announcements of our brand new EVM-compatible Squid template and a new use case example repository for Statemine assets.

At Subsquid, we want to make sure that the developer community around our product has everything they need to thrive and succeed. These are only the first in a series of small projects aimed at providing clear and concise examples of concrete use cases.

More will be released in the coming weeks and often, they will be accompanied by a documentation page, detailing how they have been created and how to interact with them. The philosophy behind this is that the developer community using the Subsquid SDK has concrete problems to solve, and we are here to help them achieve their objectives, by making it easier to extract, process, and present blockchain data.

As varied as the Dotsama ecosystem can be, the challenges confronted by blockchain developers are familiar to many. So by providing concrete solutions to common difficulties, we hope to ease the learning curve and remove obstacles to their success.

Contribute to Subsquid, get rewards

Subsquid is an Open Source project, which means you can browse our code for yourself. Please visit our repository and leave a ⭐if you like it.

Subsquid not only accepts, but encourages and rewards contributions from the community. We have set up contributing guidelines that include labelling issues with economic incentives for reporting and resolving issues and working on improving our product.

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