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Why Ethereum developers are buzzing about The Graph — even though it's still centralized

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  • The Graph, a San Francisco-based startup, has developed an indexing protocol that organizes all the information on the blockchain in an efficient way.
  • Many Ethereum applications are using the protocol to improve user experience.
  • The firm plans to use its latest funding to eliminate single points-of-failure.
The Graph, a San Francisco-based startup, has developed an indexing protocol that organizes all the information on the blockchain in an efficient way.

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