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Hopr Subgraph Introduction

The following pages contain everything you need to know about the HOPR suite of subgraphs.

HOPR has multiple GraphQL API Endpoints hosted by The Graph called a subgraph for indexing and organizing data from the HOPR smart contracts.

These subgraphs can be used to query on-chain HOPR data. The subgraphs data are serviced by a decentralized group of server operators called Indexers.

The HOPR subgraphs work by listening for events emitted by one or more data sources (Smart Contracts) on the various chains. They handle the indexing and caching of data, which can later be queried using the GraphQL API Endpoint, providing an excellent developer experience.

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Learn more about how subgraphs work by checking out The Graph's official documentation. If you are unfamiliar with GraphQL, we recommend taking a quick look through their documentation first here

Current Subgraph locations


HOPR Token


HOPR Token
HOPR Channels (monte_rosa release)
Stake Season6
Staking Seasons
  • HOPR Token (Mainnet):[api-key]/subgraphs/id/5GJcMEW1uKvE9CRddN6yg8qbPnsGuB5dg4wA1UTEQv5W
  • HOPR Token (Gnosis):[api-key]/subgraphs/id/njToE7kpetd3P9sJdYQPSq6yQjBs7w9DahQpBj6WAoD
  • HOPR Channels:[api-key]/subgraphs/id/Feg6Jero3aQzesVYuqk253NNLyNAZZppbDPKFYEGJ1Hj
  • Stake Season6:[api-key]/subgraphs/id/C7cu6NvvMxgjdaK9pKSGezZ3EgRCmM4tWrmTtGUDG15t
  • Staking Seasons:[api-key]/subgraphs/id/DrkbaCvNGVcNH1RghepLRy6NSHFi8Dmwp4T2LN3LqcjY

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