Sunday, August 14

The Graph Awards $ 48 Million To GraphQL Developer The Guild By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. The Graph Awards $ 48 Million to GraphQL Developer The Guild

The Graph Foundation announced a $ 48 million grant to the open source API platform The Guild, in an attempt to boost the usability and performance of network sub graphs.

By joining as the main developer of the network, The Guild will bring the extensive experience acquired during its management and contribution to the growth of the components of the GraphQL ecosystem (a programming language initially established by Meta, formerly Facebook (NASDAQ :), in 2012) to focus on improving sub graph functions such as “composition, parsing, and mutations” in The Graph.

The Graph, a Web 3.0 indexing and query infrastructure platform, has invested $ 248 million in its core developer network in the past twelve months, the most recent of which was a $ 60 million investment in the service of infrastructure, Semiotic AI, to accelerate research and development initiatives in cryptography and artificial intelligence.

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