Tracking the usage of GET can be done either in terms of historical usage, or via a real-time feed of protocol events. Both of these mechanisms have been built to be as interoperable as possible for those wishing to build on top of the protocol.
The GET Protocol Subgraph is the primary way to view historical data of protocol usage and this indexes the amount of GET used per-relayer and across the entire protocol. This is based on The Graph Protocol and is quickly becoming the standard for on-chain data aggregation.
- See the GitHub documentation for more information and up to date examples on query usage.
- Visit The Graph Explorer to run your own queries.
The Usage Socket offers a live websocket feed of protocol usage and tracks the most common events happening on the protocol. This covers event creation and all ticket interactions.
- See the GitHub documentation for instructions on how to set up your own websocket server and how to listen to protocol events.
Updated about 1 month ago