Below is a list of our frequently asked questions. If you have a question that isn't answered here, reach out to us on Discord!
Like a blockchain, SxT is a decentralized network of community-operated nodes. We're currently finalizing our plans to open up node operations and will be announcing more about how to get involved later this year.
SxT currently indexes Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Sui, and Avalanche and we're continually adding support for more chains. If you'd like us to consider indexing a new chain, reach out to us on Discord!
Getting started with SxT is as easy as authenticating and running your first query. For a step-by-step guide on using SxT for the first time, check out our Getting Started guide.
With SxT, all you pay for is compute. Blockchain data, data storage, Proof of SQL, APIs, and more are included for free. Visit our Pricing page for more details.
We're currently finalizing our plans to open up node operations and will be announcing more about how to get involved later this year.
We love feedback! Join our Discord community to suggest new product features.
Space and Time moved from controlled release to beta in April 2023.
We're planning to release Proof of SQL mid-2023. We'll be announcing more soon.
We have no definite plans for a token launch at this point, but you can join our Discord to be the first to hear about any updates.
The SxT beta is open to all. Visit our Beta page for more details.
You can sign up for beta access today. Visit our Beta page to get started.
The beta will include all basic functionality of SxT, including:
- HTAP data warehouse
- Indexed blockchain data
- OpenAI-powered dapp frontend
- API gateway
- Proof of SQL
We'll be improving upon and adding new features throughout the beta so make sure to keep an eye on our Changelog and join our Discord for all the latest product announcements.
Anyone is eligible to participate in the Space and Time beta, and we provide a comprehensive dapp frontend so that you can start running queries and building dashboards without writing a single line of code. Visit our Beta page to get started.
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Updated 4 months ago