Add opBNB mainnet data on Dune
hello Dune team, a lot of people have their eyes on opBNB right now. I personally am working with a few teams that are launching their own projects on opBNB. It would be super helpful to have opBNB data on Dune ready for analyses. thanks a lot for all the great work you've done! look forward to digging into opbnb data on Dune real soon!
Adding Ethereum Mempool Data
Flashbots has recently made available mempool data for Ethereum. It could be quickly added to the Dune ecosystem and it could provide an entirely new dimension to Ethereum data analysis. The mempool data is found here: https://mempool-dumpster.flashbots.net/index.html
Add zkSync Era, Mantle & Linea L2 Support on Dune
The massive trend of L2 on Ethereum should be supported, in order to give more space for native protocols on these chains.
Are there any plans to enable duplicating charts within a query? Currently doing lots of manual clicking to customise charts (e.g. colours) e.g. if I create a chart with the absolute figure, and I also want a separate chart with %, then I wish I could just duplicate and click the percentage box – right now, I have to do it from scratch and make sure it all aligns (e.g. colour, ordering of values) or I might want mostly the same chart, with the only change being the y axis value, e.g. changing from volume, to number of transactions, or number of wallets
Alerting system for failed queries
It would be immensely helpful if creators could get notified if any of their queries fail.
That's it. A dark mode that is easy on the eyes of night owls like myself. Would be very great if it follows the browser's theme automatically and any loading screens are also dark by default.
For important analytics, people may want a dashboard that is constantly updated in real-time. Using the same SQL repeatedly to refresh the results may consume a lot of resources. Streaming databases such as https://github.com/singularity-data/risingwave can incrementally compute the latest query results without rescanning the whole data again, and only do work that is porpotional to the size of data changes. This may take real-time analytics on Dune to a whole new level.