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GraphLinq Protocol  


GLQ Price:
$1.0 M
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$2.4 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
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The price of #GLQ today is $0.00703 USD.

The lowest GLQ price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00703, and the current live price for one GLQ coin is $0.00702893.

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 1.9 years old.


The current market capitalization for GraphLinq Protocol is $2,389,834.

GraphLinq Protocol is ranking upwards to #755 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a big volume of trading today on #GLQ.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for GraphLinq Protocol is $1,034,771.


The circulating supply of GLQ is 339,999,895 coins, which is 68% of the maximum coin supply.


GLQ is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


GLQ is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

View #GLQ trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #GLQ purchase.



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...

GraphLinq IDE v1.3.4 Is Live! New Blocks

GraphLinq IDE v1.3.4 Is Live! New Blocks & Updates The last two weeks have seen updates, fixes, and new features added to the GraphLinq IDE. This week we are releasing another update to the platform which includes six new blocks for a total of 286 blocks available in the GraphLinq IDETwitter In this latest release, we’ve added another output to the On User Tweet event block. This block is an event that is triggered whenever the user you are monitoring sends a new tweet to their followers. Prior to this release, the block only allowed you to grab the text of the tweet. We’ve added a new output called link which returns the direct link to the tweet.On User Tweet Event BlockTimestamp Offsets If you missed last week's article, or are unfamiliar with how Timestamp Offsets work, you can read more about the GraphLinq IDE 1.3.3 Updates that were released last week. We’ve added the option for offsetting by weeks using the w character. You can now offset a timestamp by Hours, Days, Weeks, or Years.String Manipulation The six new blocks that were added are for working with strings (or text). Let’s just dive in with some examples!String Split Most of the time when working with data, it’s either in an array, JSON, or a comma-separated list. But what if you want to work with data that was separated by a character other than the comma? Now you can! In the example below, the string “Example|using|pipes|to|split” is s...

GraphLinq IDE 1.3.3 Updates (LiveCoinWatch, Telegram, Engine)

The team at GraphLinq is very excited to announce another round of updates to our no-code IDE. This update adds nine new blocks including a new plugin for the GraphLinq Engine. There are now 280 blocks available in the GraphLinq IDE.New LiveCoinWatch Block We’ve added a new block to our existing four LiveCoinWatch blocks. This fifth new block allows for fetching historical price, volume, market cap, and liquidity data over a period of time. This data can be used to generate charts, analyze changes over time, detect patterns, or be used in conjunction with any of the other blocks available in the IDE. The block is called Fetch Single Coin History and is intended to work with the rest of the updates being released today.New Telegram Blocks Responses from your telegram bot are no longer limited to just text. These two new blocks allow you to respond to commands with just a photo, or a photo with a caption. The team at GraphLinq can already envision many uses for this new functionality and we hope you do too.New Timestamp Blocks Four new blocks extend the functionality of the core GraphLinq Engine’s ability to work with timestamps. You can now generate a timestamp that includes milliseconds, which is the format the LiveCoinWatch uses for the date inputs. Next is the ability to generate an offset from the current standard timestamp and another block for generating an offset from the new millisecond timestamp. This allows yo...

GraphLinq IDE v1.3.2 Updates (Kucoin, Avascan, Snowtrace,

GraphLinq IDE v1.3.2 Updates (Kucoin, Avascan, Snowtrace, etc.) Following last month’s announcement of our partnership with Avalanche, we are excited to release another update to the GraphLinq IDE platform. This latest update strengthens our integration with the KuCoin trading exchange. These additional eight KuCoin blocks, plus the blocks added for the Avalanche partnership, means that the GraphLinq IDE has over 275 blocks available for no-code development. With the addition of these eight new KuCoin blocks, users can now create graphs that can perform the following functions:Place a limit buy orderPlace a limit sell orderExecute a market buy orderExecute a market sell orderGet the trade status of an open orderCancel an order that hasn’t been executedGet full details of an orderGet the best ask, best ask quantity, best bid, best bid quantity, last trade price, and last trade quantity Eight New KuCoin Blocks With these new blocks, a graph can now fully trigger and manage any trading scenario on the KuCoin exchange. Using the over 250 blocks already available on the GraphLinq IDE, we can envision many graphs that could trigger these blocks based on any condition you want to create. KuCoin is also home to one of the exchanges that support the GLQ token, offering both USDT and BTC trading pairs.Avalanche Blockchain The GraphLinq partnership with Avalanche not only added access to the Avalanche blockchain, but also i...

GraphLinq IDE v1.3.1 Updates + New Blocks

We’re excited to announce new version of our IDE v1.3.1 with new updates/changes and more logical blocks. We have now over 250+ logical blocks. These changes come with various developments making the platform more user-friendly. One of the main changes in the system involves edges of the visible canvas area in the IDE have been highlighted which makes it easier for people to understand where they are on the actual canvas and shall help people realize why their connector lines were getting cut off. Other changes in the IDE include:Code refactoringBug fixesBetter handling of connecting to blockchains for when there are issues We have rapidly strengthened our partnerships to make the blockchain world accessible to all. For instance, GraphLinq has recently entered into a partnership with QuickSwap which shall enable its users to interact with:pair pricetoken priceLP tokenLP token priceQuickSwap Integration on IDE v1.3.1 Some of our previous partnerships include Elrond, Polygon, Unicrypt, etc. We are soon going to announce another partnership with a top layer 1 blockchain and hence endeavor to provide wider no-code development scope for the blockchain and GraphLinq community with the upcoming integrations. What is GraphLinq? GraphLinq is a set of tools including an IDE & an engine that run simultaneously with multiple blockchains and centralized data stream to offer a service of automatization o...

GraphLinq & QuickSwap Announces Partnership For Integration on our Nocode Ecosystem

Following up on our partnership with Polygon and Elrond. We are growing our ecosystem and are proud to add integration for our newest partner, QuickSwap. — QuickSwap is the leading DEX on Polygon with nearly $1 billion in liquidity, almost $100 million in daily trading volume, and approximately 20 thousand daily active users. QuickSwap allows its users to trade ERC-20 assets with very low gas fees. You can go to the GraphLinq IDE to experiment with the QuickSwap components as we have added some logical blocks ready on our IDE for QuickSwap components and create your first smart workflow. About QuickSwap QUICK is the native governance and utility token that powers QuickSwap — a decentralized exchange that runs on the Polygon Network in order to provide faster and cheaper transactions on Ethereum. QUICK can be used to vote on governance proposals concerning QuickSwap and can be staked to earn a portion of trading fees. Every day, tens of thousands of users rely on QuickSwap for their trades. About Graphlinq GraphLinq is a no-code ecosystem that allows anyone to automate crypto-oriented on-chain & off-chain actions without having to code. The ecosystem consists of a simple app and an advanced IDE for nocoders, an analytics platform, & an upcoming Marketplace for buying/selling of templates. With pre-made templates available for users with no knowledge about the technical terms, anyone can simply change some ...

GraphLinq Ambassador Program — An opportunity for nocode & crypto enthusiasts to represent the…

GraphLinq Ambassador Program — An opportunity for nocode & crypto enthusiasts to represent the community! Are you a cryptocurrency enthusiast passionate about everything crypto and excited to learn more about the space? If yes, then your time has come! We are launching our Ambassador program and you can now apply to become one of our Ambassadors! GraphLinq Ambassadors are passionate members of our community that support GraphLinq platform in various ways, such as assisting GraphLinq’s users with questions and concerns, promoting the GraphLinq ecosystem, and providing feedback to improve GraphLinq offerings. Our Ambassadors play a major role in bridging GraphLinq with all of its worldwide users! Why should you apply to be an Ambassador?Learn and work closely with the best in the Cryptocurrency Industry and build a very strong network.Opportunities to work with leading projects in GraphLinq Protocol.Receive merchandise and goodies on a regular basis.Opportunity to become a representative of the GraphLinq Protocol and lead an active community of thousands of members.Receive GLQ as bonuses for exceptional work!* Objectives of an AmbassadorTo promote engagement and participation by increasing awareness and support for the GraphLinq Protocol in their communities.Content creation — courses, core topics, and development.Ideate and execute innovative plans for workshops and promotion.Find Blockchain/crypto enthusi...

GraphLinq Marketplace Beta Launch: Now Unleash The True Potential Of GraphLinq

GraphLinq launched in early 2021 with an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), followed by an Analytics & App launch. The IDE is for the users who can go through our documentation to build cool templates for themselves/their ideas without having to code at all. The app on the other hand is for users who would like to skip the documentation and IDE part, just select a template, change values of variables and deploy instantly! However, for the latter, the templates are limited which are built by GraphLinq developers as of now. We’re excited to announce the launch of GraphLinq Marketplace with a bounty of 1 Million $GLQ for the most innovative templates. With the launch of Marketplace, GraphLinq will open up the possibilities of buying/selling/requesting custom no-code templates in a peer-to-peer manner, in exchange for GLQ. This would open up the barriers to entry even further in blockchain-related development.How does it work? On the Graphlinq marketplace, you can buy or sell any desired templates or ask for someone to create a new one for special tasks, all paid in GLQ directly. We safely store templates files in a database, for access and accreditation/transfer of funds to the owner of the templates, we do use a decentralized smart contract deployed currently on the Ethereum network. The GLQ protocol takes 10% as a fee from the profit generated on template sales (hard-coded on the smart contract reviewable here)...

GraphLinq Partnership with Locklet Foundation — LKT Incubator Announcement

GraphLinq Partnership with Locklet Foundation — LKT Incubator Announcement Today we’re announcing a new partnership with an exciting project called Locklet: We are planning a bunch of analytics, blocks integrations, and more on their next releases as a continuous integration with their Protocol. As part of our partnership, GraphLinq will include a set of tools including blocks to watch, analyze, tracking of what’s happening on the Locklet Foundation, broadcast on-chain transactions of their services, and schedule more features for the next major release of theirs contracts. — What is Locklet? (LKT). — Locklet is the world’s first decentralized vesting platform. It allows any crypto-currency holder to create more or less complex vesting clauses (locks) according to their need and have them executed over the desired duration and this is accomplished in a completely decentralized way.Locklet is aimed at different types of users: entrepreneurs, teams, hedge funds, business angels, project communities and developers. Each of them, with the LKT dApp, can create the vesting clauses that suit them.  — source from lkt docs — Why are we partnering with Locklet?. — As we released the deployment of ERC-20 tokens (Ethereum crypto-tokens), having more featured blocks to create your own project and his further development such as securing the schedule of vesting automatically, through a simple gra...

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