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Why is The Graph A Genuine Web3 Blue Chip Protocol?

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Blue poker chips carry the highest value at the table, and the term migrated to the investment arena. Only the best companies acquire Blue Chip status. These companies are often either  large conglomerates, or ranked in the top tier of their specific market. Berkshire Hathaway, Johnson & Johnson, and Coca-Cola are some examples from the US. […]

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An Historical Comparison of The Graph

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Someone said that history doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes. Let’s take a look at an historical analogy that can help us understand the value of single component within a developing market. Let’s go back in time to the 1st Industrial Revolution. Civilization was learning how to mass-manufacture products and move raw materials more […]

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What can we learn from increasing GRT query fees?

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Query fees are a well-known component of The Graph and will eventually become the main source of revenue within the protocol. However, right now they are serving as an indicator of the protocol’s progression. Over the last 7 epochs (days) the query fees have jumped significantly. Current query fees are a combination of queries from […]

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