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|The price of #GLQ today is $0.00379 USD.|
The lowest GLQ price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00379, and the current live price for one GLQ coin is $0.00379182.
The all-time high GLQ coin price was $0.11.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of GLQ with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for GraphLinq Protocol crypto currency is #GLQ. |
GraphLinq Protocol is 2.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for GraphLinq Protocol is $1,289,217.|
GraphLinq Protocol is ranked #755 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a medium volume of trading today on #GLQ.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for GraphLinq Protocol is $112,800.
|The circulating supply of GLQ is 339,999,895 coins, which is 68% of the maximum coin supply.|
Track real-time status of GraphLinq Chain, App & Other Systems on GraphLinq Status
We are excited to announce the launch of the new GraphLinq Status page that shows the status of the App, Marketplace, IDE, Nodes running on GLQChain, Explorer, AI Assistant, etc.Tracking a total of 19+ systems in real-time on status.graphlinq.io The previous GraphLinq Status page that only showed the status of nodes running on GLQChain is now moved to network.graphlinq.io. Additionally, the status website (status.graphlinq.io) now shows the status of the chain, explorer, GraphLinq App, IDE, staking, nodes, and more in real time.The previous status page which is now moved to network.graphlinq.io We are excited about this update and are committed to ensuring the GraphLinq Network is robust, secure, and decentralized. Thank you for being a part of the GraphLinq community, and we look forward to your continued support. What is GraphLinq? The GraphLinq ecosystem comprises two main components: the GraphLinq Chain and the GraphLinq Protocol. The GraphLinq Protocol is an automated process management solution that is designed to make it easy for users to deploy and manage various types of automation without the need for coding skills. This protocol is made up of four key components: the IDE, the App, the Engine, and the Marketplace. The GraphLinq Chain is a blockchain that is specifically designed to support the GraphLinq Protocol. The chain is a Proof-of-Authority (POA) blockchain that provides a secure and scalable platform for runn...
Using GraphLinq to Bring OpenAI to Life with Real-Time Blockchain Data
GraphLinq is a no-code platform that enables developers to create automated workflows without the need for any coding experience. Recently, GraphLinq has integrated OpenAI API into its IDE, making it possible for users to add OpenAI to their workflows and create bots for Telegram, Twitch, and more. With this update, GraphLinq IDE version #1.3.6 also went live!What’s new in GraphLinq IDE v1.3.6 With the integration of OpenAI, developers can now create intelligent bots that can perform various tasks, such as generating personalized messages, answering complex questions, and analyzing data, among others. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to integrate OpenAI into your GraphLinq workflow: Navigate to platform.openai.com, Sign Up/In the go to your Profile and click on “View API keys”, 3. Click “Create new secret key” 4. Copy your API key (make sure to save it as it appears only once) 5. Visit ide.graphlinq.io, connect your Metamask wallet, and load the OpenAI Test graph, you can download it from here: marketplace.graphlinq.io 6. Select the OpenAI Test, click on the Secret String value, and paste your API keys. 7. Write your prompt in the String Value Box. 8. Now execute the graph by clicking on launch. Here’s a snapshot of a sample graph we ran on the IDE: You can also run the OpenAI API Locally on Your Computer with GraphLinq Engine, here are a few easy steps to achieve that: To get started, navigate to t...
Build on GraphLinq Chain Without Coding Using ThirdWeb
GraphLinq Chain, a fast and secure blockchain built for decentralized applications, is now available on ThirdWeb, a comprehensive web3 development framework. With ThirdWeb, developers can easily deploy smart contracts on GraphLinq Chain without writing a single line of code. This integration opens up exciting possibilities for building decentralized applications and deploying NFTs with ease and efficiency. Here are some of the possibilities that developers can explore with GraphLinq Chain and ThirdWeb: Deploy Smart Contracts Without Coding ThirdWeb provides an intuitive interface that simplifies the smart contract deployment process. With a few clicks, developers can deploy their smart contracts on GraphLinq Chain without needing to write any code. Build Dapps on GraphLinq Chain GraphLinq Chain provides a fast and secure infrastructure for building decentralized applications. With ThirdWeb, developers can build dApps on GraphLinq Chain with ease, leveraging its fast transaction processing and low fees. Deploy Smart Contracts Easily and Cost Efficiently Smart contracts have become a hot topic in the blockchain space, but deploying them can be a complex and expensive process. With ThirdWeb, developers can easily deploy smart contracts on GraphLinq Chain with minimal cost and effort. This allows them to focus on creating unique and valuable smart contracts instead of worrying about the technical details of the deployment. To ...
Graphlinq Chain Integration Live on Chainlist — How to Add Graphlinq Chain to your Metamask via…
Graphlinq Chain Integration Live on Chainlist — How to Add Graphlinq Chain to your Metamask via Chainlist - We are excited to announce that GraphLinq Chain is now officially listed on Chainlist, a comprehensive list of EVM networks that helps users connect their wallets and Web3 middleware providers to the appropriate Chain ID and Network ID. By being listed on Chainlist, GraphLinq Chain is more accessible to users who wish to connect to our network. In this article, we will guide you through the process of adding GraphLinq Chain to your Metamask wallet via Chainlist. Navigate to chainlist.org, Click on the “Search Networks” field., 3. Type “graphlinq” in the search network bar 4. Click on “Graphlinq Blockchain Mainnet” 5. Click on “Add to Metamask” 6. Once the Metamask Dialogue box is open, click on “approve” to Allow chainlist to add Graphlinq chain to your metamask. 7. Click on “switch Network” and you’re done. now you have successfully added graphlinq chain to your Metamask 8. Open up your metamask to verify the chain. The above-mentioned steps can also be used for adding Graphlinq Chain on other EVM-compatible wallets. Alternatively, you can add our network manually by following these instructions: docs.graphlinq.io We hope this step-by-step guide was helpful to you. Stay tuned for more updates and developments from GraphLinq Chain. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and join our D...
Graphlinq Bridge & Staking Support Update | Support Tickets Live on Discord
Graphlinq Bridge & Staking Support Update | Support Tickets Live on Discord Graphlinq is excited to open a ticketing system on our Discord server for our community members. We hope our discord will be a place for everyone to come together, be a central hub for all our community members to receive updates, have conversations, and get support for all things related to Graphlinq Chain. GraphLinq Bridge Support update Those who were holding GLQ on their erc-20 wallets at the time of snapshot, 12:30:00 PM UTC on 15th February 2023, were airdropped GLQ on GraphLinq Chain for gas in order to claim their bridged GLQ. But users who were holding their GLQ in exchanges or who recently bought GLQ were not a part of the airdrop, hence when they’re bridging GLQ to the GraphLinq Chain, they’re able to claim their bridged GLQ. For now, we haven’t announced a faucet yet to prevent undue misuse of it, however, you can go to #support-tickets channel on our Discord Server with your wallet address. Our support mods will verify the details and assist instantly with gas fees so that users can claim their GLQ on the new chain. GraphLinq Staking Update We would also like to address another issue the community has been facing regarding staking. Some of our community members have been experiencing delays in updating their tier on the staking platform, which is based on the total number of stakers and their rank. This issue is due to delays...
$GLQ Staking Migrated & Live On GraphLinq Chain!
GraphLinq Chain — The nocode blockchain for web3 automation & dApps, just launched mainnet less than a week ago! GraphLinq Chain <> Ethereum Network Bridge went live yesterday, allowing the community to now seamlessly move between the two chains. We’re now thrilled to announce that $GLQ Staking is live on GraphLinq Chain which allows GLQ holders to earn rewards in real-time. By staking GLQ, users can increase their rank and potentially earn higher annual percentage yields (APY). However, it’s important to note that withdrawing GLQ from the staking contract once will result in a permanent loss of tier advantages, and the user will be relegated to the lowest tier, T3. To regain rank, the user will have to stake with a new wallet. The first 15% of total stakers will be in T1 and get 35% APY on their GLQ., The next 55% of total stakers will be in T2 and get 15% APY on their GLQ., The rest stakers will be in T3 and get 8% APY on their GLQ., Note: The current APY is for the next few months and is designed to incentivize GraphLinq Chain mainnet launch. The APY will be adjusted again in the future.APY Based On Tier Rankings (You can view your tier, as well as track & claim your staking rewards on GraphLinq App’s Staking Interface in real-time) When you stake for the first time, you’ll be in Tier 3 first and then make it onto the higher tiers by holding for longer durations, as the number of stakers i...
GraphLinq Bridge Goes Live: Move Your GLQ from Ethereum Network to GraphLinq Chain
We are excited to announce that the GraphLinq Bridge is finally live and ready to use! Now, you can move your GLQ from the Ethereum network to the GraphLinq Chain and vice versa, quickly & easily. To bridge your GLQ, head over to the GraphLinq App on the Ethereum Mainnet once the bridge is live. Follow these simple steps: Connect to GraphLinq App on Ethereum Mainnet, Make sure you are on the Bridge page or go to the Bridge page, Click on “Bridge in my GLQ”, 4. Enter the amount of GLQ you would like to move to GraphLinq Chain 5. Click on “Deposit GLQ from ETH Network” 6. Confirm the transaction on your wallet extension to execute the transaction and wait for the confirmation 7. After the transaction is successfully confirmed, switch your wallet to the GraphLinq Chain’s network. If you don’t have GraphLinq Chain on your MetaMask, here is how you can add it simply 8. Click “Claim GLQ from GraphLinq Network” and confirm the transaction on your wallet extension. If you had the same address on the Ethereum chain, you’ve been airdropped enough Gas fees in GLQ to be able to claim your bridged GLQ on the new network. In the future you’ll be able to bridge other tokens on the Graphlinq mainnet Note: GLQ Holder Addresses from Ethereum Network have been airdropped $GLQ on the GraphLinq Chain for minimum gas for seamlessly bridging GLQ to the mainnet: docs.google.com With the GraphLinq Bridge, you can quick...
Introducing GraphLinq Chain Mainnet Launch
The wait is finally over! We are thrilled to announce the official launch of the GraphLinq Chain mainnet, an EVM-compatible PoA blockchain. This is a groundbreaking moment for the decentralized automation community. The Mainnet launch marks a significant milestone in the evolution of GraphLinq, as it brings us closer to realizing our vision of a more decentralized and automated future. GraphLinq Chain is here! Experience the power of decentralization and automation with GraphLinq Chain, a fast, secure, and scalable Proof-of-Authority, EVM compatible blockchain built to support the GraphLinq Protocol & more dApps. GLQ is the native cryptocurrency on the GraphLinq Chain mainnet used to pay as gas for transactions on-chain as well as on GraphLinq IDE & Marketplace. Release Graphlinq · GraphLinq/GraphLinq-Chain Network Specifications The GraphLinq Chain has implemented a regional distribution of RPC nodes, providing optimized access for users in different geographic regions. By having multiple RPC nodes for different regions, the GraphLinq Chain aims to provide a faster and more reliable user experience for its community. Users are automatically connected to a node which is specifically optimized for their location, to interact with the GraphLinq Chain. By providing optimized access for users in different regions, the GraphLinq Chain is working to ensure a fast and reliable experience for its community. View GraphLinq C...
Bear Markets Are For Building
by: Jr002Photo by anthony renovato / Unsplash In this market, before I dive in I just want to remind everyone that my posts are for informational purposes only about the development, usage, and project updates regarding GraphLinq. Obviously, as a member of the team, this information is being communicated so that you can do your own research, make your own trading decisions, and manage your own money should you ever decide to invest on your own — no one else can do that for you. I am certainly NOT a financial advisor. I have never given any financial advice or suggested that anyone blindly invest in GraphLinq or any other crypto, stock, or other investment vehicles.Why I personally think GraphLinq is a cool project and what makes it different, regardless of the price, from other projects out there and why I still continue to enjoy working on the project, adapting its goals to the market, and continuing to put my time into its development. Wow, that is a title. The truth is, that while we all see how GraphLinq struggled to create the adoption we all wanted, this project is like no other. Every other solution on the market want’s to box you in and GraphLinq went the complete opposite route. Meaning, rather than give users a WYSIWYG editor (What you see is what you get), the project tries to keep things open so you could use it however it fits your needs. I think it still can appeal to developers, with a goal of rapid dep...
Latest update on Graphlinq’s current state
Hey everyone 👋 We saw a lot of movement lately in the community and wanted to give a little sum-up of what is happening and the current state of GLQ. Since the co-founder / CTO left we’ve been quite behind in our roadmap in delivering milestone features: we had hired a new technical responsible jr00t (John) that did his best to maintain, but considering the fact that the entire back-end system that was made from scratch by the former CTO, the entire process were slowed down. After he left, we keep tried to search for some talents to join the team but didn’t find any serious match to work with which put us slowly on the demotivational road. Adding to this, we didn’t find a fit in the no-code market and space: we have a really low count of graphs running and activity quite low in the dapps, same with the marketplace that we launched in Q4 last year, to be honest, our product wasn’t a success at all. Despite we did multiple hackathons, bounties, and other marketing campaigns with youtube influencers, educational documentation & videos, etc. the adoption of the product wasn’t smooth. For example, launching NFT smart contract feature without having to code seemed to gain good traction and hype with marketing, a lot of users tried to deploy graphs at that time but faced some challenges and there weren’t developers in the community and team to assist all of them, while the existing developers were focusing on th...