Within this tutorial you will learn how to retrieve and analyze data from the Ethereum Blockchain with the help of the anyblock.tools SQL interface.
The business applications of blockchain technologies are much more far-reaching than you might think. Whether it’s revolutionizing food supply chains or rethinking real estate investment, blockchain offers a host of powerful benefits that could fundamentally change the way we live. Join us as we explore a variety of use cases for blockchain technologies and offer expert insights on how different industries can unlock the power of decentralized ledger technologies.
Here at Anyblock Analytics, we’ve developed a full suite of dedicated tools for blockchain analytics to help blockchain users access human-readable blockchain data in a single, easy-to-use platform.
Join us as we walk you through the process of transforming raw blockchain data into powerful dashboards and graphical user interface (GUIs).
Did you know that there are over 40 Ethereum-based public blockchains at this very moment?
Join us as we explore 17 of the hottest Ethereum-based networks across three core categories. We’ll analyze the key characteristics of each and offer our insider tips on which networks to avoid and which ones we recommend integrating into your existing systems.
Check out our brand new blockchain analytics dashboard of the most active smart contracts on the the Energy Web Chain (EWC). You can see, that over 80% of all the 330 smart contracts on the network were deployed from three entities. The one by far most actively used belongs to https://theenergyorigin.com/ (TEO by engie), which we have recently analysed in a separate tutorial article about smart contract analytics.
Here at Anyblock Analytics, we choose Metabase as our primary blockchain visualization tool because it enables business users to answer their questions themselves, because of the simple Metabase point and click editor so that no SQL query language needs to be used (but it can). Read more on the process and a real-life example with many blockchain analytics screenshots.
Join us as we explore the importance of business intelligence (BI) and how Blockchain analytics can deliver better insights and drive more powerful decisions.
While Blockchain data may sound difficult to work with, our innovative technology makes it possible to bridge the gap between business and Blockchain data. With our help, using Blockchain data in enterprises is just as easy and straightforward as any other type of data.
You can use Google BigQuery, if you want to have general insights about Ethereum transactions and traces without running your own (archive) node. As soon you need to dig deeper into the world of Ethereum data, you need to do extra work. Decode the data, structure and store it, before you can start with your actual data science work.
We are very happy to kick-off task force “EMINENT” (Ethereum Mainnet Integration for Enterprises) as part of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) Mainnet Working Group, together with our existing partners Chainlink and Unibright. Focused on the standards and specifications used to integrate the Ethereum Mainnet with ERP etc, the task force’s focus is to build PoC reference implementations & open sourced guidelines.
We are very happy to partner with Unibright.io!
We’ve already worked together with their team and Zühlke Group in our blockchain CO2 compensation project https://carbonara.info/. They now plan to bring together their Unibright explorer with our tech stack.