Analyse Ethereum Transaction Structures with Google BigQuery

Analyse Ethereum Transaction Structures with Google BigQuery

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.

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EEA Task Force “EMINENT” starts with Chainlink, Unibright & Anyblock

EEA Task Force “EMINENT” starts with Chainlink, Unibright & Anyblock

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.

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Anyblock Analytics partners with Unibright

Anyblock Analytics partners with Unibright

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.

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Method signature decoding

Method signature decoding

Thanks to method signature decoding, we have now matched 84% of all Ethereum transactions to corresponding calls and translated more than 91% of logs to human-readable events. This makes it so much easier for users of our Anyblock Index to work with real-time and reorg-safe blockchain data!

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Raiden Network charts in dashboard

https://raiden.eth.events shows the growth of the Raiden Network on the Ethereum Mainnet.
It is using the TokenNetwork contract and the events this contract emits in order to extract information about the status of the @raiden_network.

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Query Ethereum with SQL

Query Ethereum with SQL

You can now easily query the Ethereum blockchain using our Anyblock SQL database. Down to the smart contract event level, already enriched and decoded into human-readable text, and updated in real-time with the latest blocks from the Ethereum Mainnet and 22+ other blockchain networks.

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