Place/Date: - May 11th, 2021 at 2:00 pm UTC · 3 min read
Contact: PARSIQ, Source: PARSIQ
PARSIQ, a platform that monitors data and automation across blockchains, bridging both on and off-chain apps and sending out user alerts once transactions are executed, now offers compatibility for smart triggers with the Polkadot Relay Chain.
A smart trigger is effectively a smart contract that is deployed into the PARSIQ ecosystem. It allows triggers from external chains to be passed to off-chain systems. It collects data across a variety of chains in real time and then constructs an indexed composition of actions in any one chain, in a process of reverse-engineering. It can validate and process a huge amount of real-time data simultaneously via its distributed data management layer, by utilizing chain specific feature extraction.
PARSIQ shares the same ideology as Polkadot, which is to bridge data across a huge network of chains, leaving all chains completely equal to one another, where each chain has its own personal real world uses and strengths. This is a model which builds strength from numbers, and enhances usability by combining the entire group of chains into one strong network.
PARSIQ, rather than being a chain itself, is the bridge between the chains and between off-chain applications too. Developers can build their own smart triggers using PARSIQ. These smart triggers react to events, plus they are able to store and alter data and also to learn from the data as they grow.
The platform in addition to monitoring data and creating alerts can also be used to deploy bots, as well as for areas like monitoring AML, performing automated accounting and more. Each developer’s data stream is completely unique with its own branding retaining as well as its pricing structure, even while it is growing and learning from the entire network.
PARSIQ is now integrated across all of the major blockchains including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Solana, Celo, Dash and Algorand to give users a way to simplify the automation of all their process and applications off-chain, on chain and even across Layer2 chains.
PARSIQ’s smart triggers have far reaching functionality including monitoring transactions, assets withdrawn from a user, sent to other users, transfers exceeding a pre-set level and many more. Developers can use the PARSIQ platform to build their own smart triggers for data workflow automation, storage and learning here.
Examples of workflows include:
Created by one of Ethereum’s founders, Dr Gavin Wood Polkadot’s goal is to take blockchains to a state closer to Web3 where all on-chain activity is shared across a variety of chains. It is an intersection, capable of translating architecture into one heterogenous language for customising side chains to connect with public blockchains.