Onboarding

Configuring Spock Analytics can help unlock valuable insights from your dApps' data layer.

Welcome

Welcome to our platform! We're excited to have you join our community of users. Signing up is easy, and you can choose from three different methods to get started:

  1. Signup with a wallet,

  2. Magic link,

  3. Google.

Create Your Project

Great, now that you have signed up, it's time to create a project and add details about it. To get started, follow these simple steps:

  1. Log in to your account: To create a project, you'll need to log in to your account on our platform.

  2. Click on "Add New Project": Once you're logged in, you'll see an option to add a new project. Click on "Add New Project" to get started.

  3. Add Project Details: On the project creation page, you'll be prompted to give a name to your project. It could be the name of your dApp or protocol.

  4. Select your network(s): Next, you will need to select which chains your dApp or protocol is deployed on. We currently support the main and test networks of Ethereum, Polygon, and BNB. Select as many networks as you want.

Configuration: 🎉

We're excited to help you gain valuable insights into your on-chain and off-chain data.

We're excited to help you gain valuable insights into your on-chain and off-chain data.

Smart Contracts

Providing smart contract details of your dApp or protocol is the easiest way to get started. Through this, you will unlock the majority of data points in the Understand section, which includes:

  • Unique wallets,

  • Popular protocols & tokens,

  • Wallets that have transacted since the deployment of contracts,

  • Discover,

  • And much more.

Click on the link below to see the detailed documentation for configuring the smart contracts.

SDK

Configuring SDK is essential for unlocking and collecting the off-chain data generated on your dApp. Configuring SDK will unlock data points like:

  • Wallet connections and all associated session data,

  • Funnel,

  • Wallet Journey,

  • Interacting wallets,

  • Extracting wallets,

  • Wallet application types like MetaMask, WalletConnect, etc.,

  • And much more.

Click on the link below to see the detailed documentation for configuring the SDK.

Adapter

To have more control over the kind of data you want to collect, you can code an adapter that listens to on-chain events of your protocol. You need an adapter if you want to:

  • Calculate the total value locked (TVL) in your protocol,

  • Value extractions from the protocol,

  • Value contributions in the protocol,

  • Average protocol activity,

  • Average transactions per user,

  • And much more.

After you are done coding, you will need to create a pull request (PR) on our repo. Once your PR is submitted, our team will diligently review and merge it within a span of 24 hours.

Click on the link below to see the detailed documentation for creating an adapter with examples.

Need Help? Contact Our Team

If you encounter any difficulties, have suggestions, or would like to provide feedback, feel free to contact us here or email our team at support@spockanalytics.xyz

Demo

Please check out the demo to see Spock in action here.

Thank you for choosing Spock, and we look forward to working with you to unlock the full potential of your dApp!

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