The Gomu API aims to give you the best visibility into the state of the world across all chains. We’re beginning first with NFTs.
Gomu makes it easy for developers to access NFT data from third-party websites and on-chain data. We offer high quality data in our indexed chains on the core NFT features such as:
- transfer history
- asset-level views
Where can I play with the Gomu API?
You can test it out with Apollo GraphQL explorer here, or test the REST endpoints in individual endpoint pages here in our NFT API documentation.
How can I interact with the Gomu API?
We have both a GraphQL API and a REST API. The GraphQL API can be explored with the Apollo Studio 👉 here 👈.
- The ♋️ GraphQL endpoint can be found at
https://api.gomu.co/graphql. The GraphQL API reference is here.
- The 🛋 REST endpoint can be found at
https://api.gomu.co/rest. The REST API reference is right here (you're on the page).
How do I interact with the Gomu API programmatically?
Please apply here for an API key. However, do note that we will take up to 2 business days to get back to you. We are limiting the rate at which we onboard customers to ensure that all existing customers get the best, most stable experience they can possibly have.
How do I get support for using the Gomu API?
Once you are ready to start building, Slack channels will be set up with our engineers to ensure you get off the ground! Gomu is committed to making users of our APIs/SDKs successful.