Chainstack Subgraphs removes the complexity of extracting and processing data from archive nodes and deliver an intuitive UI for Web3 developers to easily filter and query data. When you deploy a subgraph and configure the query criteria, all successful hits are indexed and the results are stored in a PostgreSQL database. A GraphQL endpoint is created that you can use to access the most recent data from your subgraph, synchronized to the latest block.

Coupled with Chainstack elastic archive nodes, Chainstack Subgraphs is the most powerful blockchain data indexing solution available. It provides extremely fast sync times and near-zero latency to keep your subgraphs at the latest block. Enterprise-grade infrastructure reliability and support will ensure you get the best of the data indexing with Chainstack.

Supported protocols

Currently, Chainstack Subgraphs supports the following protocols:

  • Elastic: Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Smart Chain
  • Dedicated: above-mentioned and any EVM-compatible chain, e.g. Gnosis Chain, Fantom, Boba Network, Moonbeam, Optimism, Moonriver, and more.

Plans and pricing

Elastic archive

Elastic archive nodes of Chainstack Subgraphs cost $0.1/h for computing and our subscription plans include the following resources:

  • Developer โ€” Chainstack Subgraphs is not available
  • Growth โ€” up to 3 subgraphs and 50,000 requests included
  • Business โ€” up to 10 subgraphs and 350,000 requests included
  • Enterprise โ€” unlimited subgraphs and 1M included requests.

For any subscription plan, when you exceed the allowance, it's $0.00025 per request ($250 per 1M requests or $0.25 per 1,000 requests).

Dedicated indexer

A dedicated indexer can deploy multiple subgraphs across different chains.


Interested in a dedicated indexer?

To learn more about or request a dedicated indexer, contact Chainstack support.

The available dedicated indexer types and their hardware requirements are:

SetupPostgres (CPUs)Postgres (memory, GB)Postgres (disk space, TB)VMs (CPUs)VMs (memory, GB)


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