Building on our collaboration in the development of Log Store, we’re delighted to announce that KYVE, a Web3 solution for both on-chain and off-chain decentralized data validation, has integrated new streams of real-time data from KYVE to The Hub. The Hub will now incorporate streams of validated mainnet data from KYVE, offering developers, data engineers, and the broader community a real-time, transparent view into the KYVE Network.
This mainnet integration between KYVE and Streamr network is complete. Specific dedicated streams from the KYVE Network include:
- Cosmos Hub – A stream of valid, decentralized data from the Cosmos Hub chain data pool on the mainnet KYVE Network.
- Osmosis – A stream of valid, decentralized data from the Osmosis chain data pool on the mainnet KYVE Network.
- Archway – A stream of valid, decentralized data from the Archway chain data pool on the mainnet KYVE Network.
- Axelar – A stream of valid, decentralized data from the Axelar chain data pool on the mainnet KYVE Network.
These streams are public and can be accessed for free via The Hub, a decentralized platform for scalable, real-time data sharing and monetisation.
Each Data Stream in this integration contains the validated data from KYVE’s mainnet data pools, along with the attached bundle information as metadata, offering a trustless and detailed data source for developers, data engineers, and other network participants. As more data pools launch, more streams will be added. You can also find testnet data pool streams here.
This new integration further deepens the collaboration between our two projects, that saw Streamr and KYVE technology meet alongside Usher labs and Arweave to establish Log Store, which aims to build a decentralized time series database. Log Store is designed to serve a wide range of use cases, including financial market data, IoT sensor data, data analytics, DeFi, marketing, and more. For those interested in a deep dive into how KYVE and Streamr technology is deployed in Log Store, KYVE Academy offers a comprehensive course.
For an update on the latest progress with Log Store, make sure to take a look at this Twitter thread from Usher Labs!
This integration between Streamr and KYVE furthers the commitment both projects have made to a decentralized future where data is accurate, transparent, and easily accessible. We hope you find the data valuable and invite you to discover more about KYVE. Got a question on the integration, a suggestion of further scope for collaboration, or anything else Streamr? Then please join us on Discord and ask away!