Blockchain Analytics release notes

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November 30, 2023

Due to ongoing system migration, the legacy Analytics Hub Listing for Arbitrum One is now deprecated and has been replaced with the new Analytics Hub Listing.

Due to an ongoing system migration, users may experience data staleness and data absence intermittently throughout next week

November 29, 2023

We are performing a scheduled system upgrade on 11/29/2023 from 4:00PM EST to 6:00PM EST. During this upgrade, you may experience increased data staleness and data absences. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

What to Expect:

  • Data staleness may increase, causing delays in data retrieval and updates.
  • Data absences may occur, meaning that certain blockchain data may be unavailable for a period of time.

July 17, 2023

On July 17, 2023 we released the preview version of Blockchain Analytics.

Blockchain Analytics offers indexed blockchain data made available through BigQuery for easy analysis through SQL. Starting with Ethereum, Blockchain Analytics offers you access to reliable data without the overhead of operating nodes or developing and maintaining an indexer.

Documentation: What is Blockchain Analytics?