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SubQuery Network Community

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SubQuery Network Community

The key focus of the SubQuery Foundation and community is to ensure that there is enough support that anyone, from an expert blockchain team to a new hobbyist developer, can build their own Project. Together we can pave the way to a more decentralised future!

Connecting with others

Discord is our main community for talking about SubQuery and learning more. You can join with this link hereopen in new window. People most interested in the SubQuery Network will want to join #network-general, and Indexers or Delegators should join #network-indexer-chat or #network-delegator-chat respectively.

Post on our Forum

When the conversation is deeper and requires more thought, we move the conversation to our Forumopen in new window. Here you will find longer topics, a history of all announcements to Network, and deeper conversation about the direction of the network. Feel free to join and start posting at forum.subquery.networkopen in new window!

Contributing to Codebases

SubQuery is open source and open to the community, if you want to contribute (e.g. add a feature, fix a bug, suggest an improvement, or even just fix a typo in our documentation), please review our contributing guide.

The following codebases are where you can find code for all the contracts, applications, and backend SubQuery projects. We're looking forward to seeing your contributions!


dApp for indexers, consumers and delegators interact with SubQuery Network. in new window


dApp for users to interact with the SubQuery airdrop contract. in new window


Contracts for SubQuery Network. in new window

You can find smart contract addresses for all network contracts here in GitHubopen in new window


SubQuery project for the backend of the SubQuery App. in new window


SubQuery project for the backend of the SubQuery Airdrop App. in new window


SubQuery project for the backend of the SubQuery Swap App. in new window


Services that Indexers run to connect and serve data to the SubQuery Network. in new window


Client SDKs for SubQuery Network. in new window


React UI component library for SubQuery dApps. in new window

Community Tools

There are a number of community built tools that you can use to help your SubQuery Network experience. Feel free to contribute your own.


Please note that none of these tools have been endorsed by the SubQuery team and descriptions have been written by third parties. This section is open for contribution by all.

Please research and use at your own risk

Indexer Toolkit (by web3cdnservices)

This tool contains everything you need to index, monitor and properly access for you from any device

What it does

  • Extended monitoring of all indexer parameters, sync time, balances, issues. Metrics also support Alerting rules
  • You will always know about the problems that have arisen through monitoring and do not miss the reward.
  • Makes your indexer and infrastructure secure
  • Ease of updating without the risk of changing important parameters
  • Secured access to dangerous zone with your own VPN, Access from mobile devices to monitoring, and internal services in any time.
  • Very easy installation and user error protection


Kepler Network Dashboard (by DappLooker)

To monitor the progress and performance of the Kepler Network, DappLooker has created a dashboard that displays the following key metrics:

  • Active Indexers / Delegators: The number of Indexers and Delegators who are actively participating in the Kepler Network.
  • Weekly Indexer Stake / Delegation: The amount of kSQT that Indexers and Delegators have staked on the Kepler Network in the past week.
  • Weekly Rewards: The amount of kSQT that Indexers have earned as rewards for serving data requests on the Kepler Network in the past week.
  • Stake Distribution: The distribution of kSQT stakes between Indexers and Delegators on the Kepler Network.

To make the data more accessible and user-friendly, DappLooker has also made the SubQuery Kepler data publicly available for everyone. This means that anyone can create custom dashboards tailored to their needs using the indexed data from the Kepler Network.