DeFi project GraphLinq is a no-code protocol for building on blockchain, where all actions are fully automated.
The project has recently announced a series of development updates that will improve its system and aesthetics.
Thanks to the new improvements, the project now has a fresh new look, as well as many new features.
GraphLinq protocol recently announced a series of development upgrades that made it more advanced and powerful than ever before.
Over the last 12 years of its existence, blockchain technology has become much, much simpler than it was when it originally emerged. While at first no one but tech experts could even begin to understand how it works and how to use it, things have changed in over a decade of developments, improvements, and simplifications.
But, with that said, blockchain is still fairly complicated for those who don’t know what they are doing, which still prevents it from mass adoption. There are many out there who may have great blockchain-involving ideas, but not enough knowledge to make them a reality. GraphLinq aims to change that by offering a fully automated platform for hundreds of actions based on events, all of which can be added to blockchain without even a single line of code.
The protocol is very, very young, only being around for a couple of months. But, since its launch, it already made massive amounts of progress. It teamed up with Polygon, it expanded its automated trades feature and launched a new analytics beta platform.
Now, it also brought a series of development updates that will make it more powerful than ever, according to its Twitter update.
What new improvements did GraphLinq introduce?
In its tweet, GraphLinq referenced a Medium post that further explains what new improvements have just arrived to its platform. There are several big changes that users should now be aware of, including:
- Integration for Bitcoin network and managed wallet
- Expanding its auto-swap feature further, to Uniswap
- LiveCoinWatch blocks
- Further IDE & analytics updates.
The IDE was upgraded to v1.1.0, introducing a new project management system that allows multiple graph projects in the IDE. It also brought UX improvements, added more special actions on the blockchain, and it now allows users to add a new API block. Plus, there are new LiveCoinWatch blocks that allow users to fetch coin data.
As for GraphLinq Analytics platform, it was updated to v0.2.0, introducing a variety of features, like the ability to sort live trade data columns, filter trade data by various parameters, search Maker column data, view transaction hash on Etherscan, hide trade columns, and more.
The Bitcoin network integration essentially means that users can now create connectors for BTC and follow transactions, blocks, and various events that can get triggered on-chain. As a result, users can make specific analysis, although the integration currently only supports Bitcoin standard Base58 address type.
Lastly, there was an auto-swap integration with Uniswap. Uniswap is the world’s largest decentralized exchange, and its protocol empowers developers, traders, liquidity providers, and anyone else tied to decentralized crypto trading, allowing them to participate in the DeFi marketplace, thus making it open and accessible. Thanks to this integration, GraphLinq users will essentially be able to automate swaps and trades on Uniswap, depending on events triggered on-chain and off-chain alike.
But, even this integration is only the first stepping stone for GraphLinq, which aims to create a seamless DeFi provisioning scheme for traders, enterprise developers, system integrators, and others.