Unmarshal Parser Used to Monitor Router’s Cross Chain Protocol

Router is a cross-chain protocol/infrastructure layer enabling communication between blockchains. It allows for fund transfers and asset swaps between chains, using a mesh network architecture to facilitate communication.

Router wanted to visually show their bridge activity across different chains. So dashboards were needed which let their community, as well as internal team, easily track important metrics like transaction volume and liquidity across multiple chains.

Unmarshal’s Solution

Router leverages large liquidity pools maintained throughout decentralized exchanges and aggregators on multiple chains, which helps enable their cross chain swapping. Through Unmarshal Parser (automated smart contract indexer), Router was able to track their TVL across different chains such as Ethereum, Polygon, BNB and 5 others.

All transactions made within and across chains are decoded with useful metrics such as the number of distinct users on the platform.

Swaps within Chain
Cross-Chain Swaps

Overall, the Parser tool helps Router and many such DeFi protocols to analyze the various aspects of their smart contract and understand user behaviour on a deeper level.

Seamless integration, easy building of visual dashboards, no hassle of dedicating resources for indexing data are what drew Router to work with Unmarshal.

About Unmarshal

Unmarshal is a Multi-chain Web 3.0 data network aiming to deliver granular, reliable & real-time data to dApps, DeFi protocols, NFTs, Metaverse and GameFi solutions. Unmarshal provides the easiest way to query Blockchain data from Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Avalanche, Fantom, Celo, Solana, and XDC Network. Unmarshal network consists of data indexers and transforming tools to power Web 3.0 applications on any chain while providing a latent view of transformed data.

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