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Ubiquity: A high performance, multi-chain API for accessing blockchain data.

One API to access multiple protocols. Fully indexed API access to blockchain data using REST or Websockets. Full historical data across all Ubiquity supported protocols. Early access to Ubiquity is available to developers for free as we add additional supported protocols in the coming months.


Build fast with data from multiple blockchains now

With faster API data throughput by relying on single node access from our high availability and load balanced infrastructure, access Ubiquity through a standard HTTP API or Websockets connection.

Try the Ubiquity API

Many blockchains, one API Ubiquity generalizes blockchain content into a common format making it easy for reading blockchain data across multiple protocols.

Ubiquity uses a single, unified Blockchain API format to access data across chains instead of relying on the native APIs of the protocol itself. If you’ve implemented one protocol with Ubiquity, adding a second or third is just a matter of pointing at the new endpoint for the protocol, instead of learning an all-new API.

Protocols Supported Now & In-Progress

  • Ethereum logo
  • Algorand logo
  • Polkadot logo
  • celo logo
  • Litecoin logo
  • Stellar logo
  • XRP logo
  • Solana logo
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Multiple Protocols Supported

Blockdaemon’s Ubiquity architecture enables the fast adoption of additional protocols based on developer demand. Currently Ubiquity offer’s full access to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana, Polkadot, Bitcoin CashDiem,  Stellar,  Dogecoin, Litecoin, NEAR, OasisAlgorand, Tezos, and XRP.  Eth2.0, Celo, and more will be deployed throughout the year. Try out Ubiquity for free!

10x Performance Compared to Standard Bitcoin Nodes

Built using architecture supporting specialized data stores, Ubiquity drastically exceeds native node querying performance. Ubiquity offers faster API data throughput by relying on single node access from our high availability and load balanced infrastructure.

WebSockets and HTTP support

Access Ubiquity through a standard HTTP API or Websockets connection.

Developer-focused documentation

OpenAPI documentation provided with clear, focused and complete references on all required parameters and return values.

API support for your NFT projects and collections

The Ubiquity Blockchain API provides unified on-chain and off-chain Ethereum NFT data. Ubiquity gives institutions a better, faster, and cheaper way to access NFT data. Develop a winning NFT solution, without the overhead. Reduce time-to-market without compromising quality.

Retrieve information about NFT assets, collections, and events on Ethereum. Apply advanced querying and filtering. Quickly retrieve robust and rich NFT data. 

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Built to Serve Who is Ubiquity Useful For?

  • Developers

    Ubiquity was built to serve the needs of developers. Whether it's used as a proxy for running your own node, gaining access to historical blockchain data in an economical and performant manner, or a myriad of other exciting use cases, Ubiquity is the API you need and deserve.

  • Analytics Firms

    Ubiquity is a fast, flexible and extensible source of data which requires minimum time investment to access the most useful data with the least amount of customization needed. Ubiquity adds value through simplicity and performance.

  • Custodians and Exchanges

    Access historical data quickly and economically without needing to run costly full archive nodes in-house. Query blockchain data and submit transactions with Ubiquity and allow Blockdaemon to handle the infrastructure setup and maintenance.

  • Block Explorers

    Get the latest block and transaction data across a variety of chains for exploration and discovery. WebSockets streaming brings the data to you.

Get Started with UbiquityAccess blockchain data via HTTPS or WebSockets using a single streamlined command set. Try it out for free today!

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