What is BDS?
It is a realtime data aggregating, analyzing and visualization service for chain-like unstructured data from all kinds of 3rd party Blockchains.
BDS is a tool in the Blockchain category of a tech stack.
BDS is an open source tool with 1K GitHub stars and 53 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to BDS's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses BDS?
PostgreSQL, Kafka, Microsoft SQL Server, Grafana, and Confluent are some of the popular tools that integrate with BDS. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with BDS.
- Cover dozens of well-known Blockchain projects, including BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, BCH, etc
- Provide an interactive data visualization BI tool
- Support standard SQL Query statements so that complex query logics can be implemented easily
- Provide products that query data on the Blockchain in China and it also provides data visualization BI tools
BDS Alternatives & Comparisons
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