Add Support for peaq

About peaq

peaq is layer 1 blockchain built to optimize machine DePIN and RWA. It exists as a parachain on the Polkadot ecosystem which supports Substrate pallets and EVM Smart Contracts, offering builders robust flexibility. With a recent soft-launch, it has finalized over 1,000,000+ blocks, has 400+ accounts, and 200+ EVM supported contracts all increasing exponentially.

peaq mainnet to be formally available later this summer.

Features of peaq:

  • peaq DIDs: New type of identifier as defined by W3C standards. Designed for machines, devices, vehicles, or robots in Web3. It enables verifiable and decentralized digital identity.
  • peaq RBAC: Administrative tool that offers simple implementation for access control on the peaq network.
  • peaq Storage: Mapping mechanism that allows the mapping of hashes to Machine Signatures used in data verification.
  • peaq SDK: Allows plug-and-play capabilities to users on peaq for rapid DID generation, RBAC control, and signature storage.
  • peaq Pallets: Offers more flexibility developing on peaq by interacting directly with the peaq pallets. Allows for dynamic programming language selection and data customization.

Results in:

  • Machine origin data verification
  • Quick on-boarding via the SDK
  • Native signature storage solutions
  • Robust customization through the peaq pallets

On peaq, there are currently 25+ DePINs and dApps building on the network, with more being added to the pipeline every couple weeks. If you would like to know more about peaq and the development process see the documentation.


Contact Information

Jack Gundrum, Blockchain Support Engineer (email:, telegram: jpgundrum). Tested the integration of The Graph with our EVM JSON RPC endpoint.

Graph Node integration

Type of integration: EVM RPC Endpoint
Open Source Implementation: Subgraph used to connect the testnet rpc to a locally running Graph node
General integration documentation: Walkthrough

Integration with Subgraph Studio or alternatives

We can supply RPC endpoints, graph explorers, api endpoints, etc.

Indexer Documentation

  • Recommended hardware requirements:
    • OS - Ubuntu 20.04
    • CPU - 3.3 GHz AMD EPYC 7002
    • Storage - 500GB NVMe SSD
    • Memory - 8GB
  • Complete Docker and/or bare metal guides to run a node: peaq network node, node operators overview
  • Available snapshots required to run nodes: self-synchronized
  • Average frequency of upgrades or hard-forks: 2-3 months
  • Available monitoring solutions (Prometheus, Grafana dashboards, etc.): Prometheus

Hello @jgundrum ! Thank you for completing the CIP template. We’re looking forward to learning more about your network and digging into all the detailed information and documentation you’ve shared here. We’ll follow up with any questions and next steps soon!

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