Our zkRollup data is now easily available as a subgraph. You will now be able to parse through zkRollup blocks dynamically.
The Loopring subgraph indexes our rollup data allowing it be accessible in real-time. We will support L2 blocks, transactions, account balances, and more.
A few things that you can do with our subgraph:
- Deploy a Loopring information site that displays daily trading volume, total liquidity, recent transactions and top trading pairs.
- Track performance data like impermanent loss, gas saved, and protocol fees rewarded.
Loopring Block Explorer on The Way
While zkRollups put all transaction data on Ethereum, which is a great security attribute, it is still important to be able to explore that data. Now with a subgraph and a block explorer on the way, our users will be able to sort through transactions, addresses and statistics just as easily as Etherscan on Layer 1.
You can view and use the Loopring subgraph here:
Join the Scaling Ethereum hackathon!
There are 9 days remaining in the Ethereum Scaling hackathon! Loopring is sponsoring two challenges.
- Build a block explorer frontend using the new Loopring subgraph.
- Use the Loopring Bridge/Converter to efficiently connect to another L2 or interact with another L1 dapp. Watch Brecht explain Bridges, Converters and all things Ethport.
A total of $5,000 USD worth of prizes will be rewarded to the top 3 teams.
- 1st place $2,500
- 2nd place $1,500
- 3rd place $1,000
How to get Started
Join here for more info and start hacking to help support your favorite L2/L1 dapp. Don’t miss out!
Loopring is an Ethereum zkRollup protocol for scalable, secure exchanges & payments. Loopring builds non-custodial, high-performance products atop our Layer-2, including the Loopring Wallet — a mobile Ethereum smart wallet, and the Loopring Exchange — an L2 orderbook and AMM DEX. To learn more, you can sign up for our Quarterly Update or see Loopring.org.
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