What blockchains do you cover?
- Please see our Blockchain ID Reference.
How does Amberdata obtain blockchain data?
- We pull from the blockchain directly. We run our own nodes for every chain we support and run multiple nodes per chain. We also utilize third-party node providers for backups.
How often do you add new blockchains? How do you request coverage of a blockchain?
- We are customer and market-driven and generally add coverage of a chain if it has a large volume and we receive multiple requests to support it.
How is blockchain data stored?
- Blockchain data is typically stored in blocks, which are linked together in a chain. Each block contains a set of transactions or other data and a cryptographic hash that links it to the previous block in the chain. This creates a secure and tamper-evident record of all the data that has been recorded on the blockchain.
How is blockchain data secured?
- Blockchain data is secured through the use of cryptographic techniques, such as hashing and digital signatures. These techniques enable users to trust that the data on the blockchain has not been tampered with, and that it can be trusted as a reliable source of information.
What are your naming conventions and normalizations?
- Please see our Blockchain ID Reference for blockchain normalization.
What are your timestamp conventions?
- We use Unix time stamping conventions expressed in UTC.
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