GraphLinq - $GLQ

Code Review - 07/09/2021

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Written by Marcus Kelly
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The goal of GraphLinq is to provide a way to interface the blockchain with any connected system as effortlessly as possible and without requiring any coding skills. Setting up bots, or basic scripted logic, arbitrages on DEX or trading on a centralized exchange, every business has a logic that can be automated using Graphlinq through monitoring and execution over multi-blockchains data. The platform has live drag-and-drop plugins & a set of templates to choose from. Whether a user wants to fetch data from a decentralized or centralized stream and send it to telegram, webhook, discord, etc., or if he wants to set up a trading bot based on his indicators, anything and everything can be automated with the help of Graphlinq Protocol.

Established at the beginning of 2021, GraphLinq brings users in the crypto sphere a new model of integrating blockchain automation on any blockchain-related task. Simply put, GraphLinq Protocol contains unique tools such as an engine and an integrated development environment(IDE) to provide automated services while leveraging centralized data streams and several blockchains. The protocol accomplishes its goal using graphs, a group of nodes that automate off-chain and on-chain tasks. An added advantage is that users don’t need any coding knowledge to initiate any blockchain-oriented task. However, while no code technology can often be useful, the use of Graphlinq is not that simple. The protocol could benefit from a simplified user experience. The token is trading on both centralized (KuCoin) and decentralized (Uniswap) exchanges.

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