dfuse offers a fast and powerful API to interface with blockchains at an affordable price. Our main website lists the different subscription plans that are offered at the moment.
You can subscribe to one of those plans by creating an account on our self-service portal and visiting the My Current Subscription page. You can start using dfuse immediately after signing up and creating an API key, but you’ll be subject to the acceptable use restrictions of our Free default plan.
For more information regarding this acceptable use policy, we invite you to read the Rate Limiting article.
We recommend you to setup a payment method as soon as you consider using the service for any serious project. You can adjust your subscription plan at any time and we will prorate the payment for the remainder of your billing cycle.
What are Documents?
A Document is a response payload returned by the dfuse API.
Each of our subscription plan includes a fixed number of Documents, which we may change over time and are indicated when you setup your subscription. You can use the dfuse API for the fixed monthly price of your subscription, but any extra Document passed that threshold will be charged at a per unit price.
Please note that our Pay-As-You-Go (Free with a registered payment method) is 0.00$ per month up to the acceptable use limit. This is the most flexible option as it does not force you into committing to a monthly subscription, but still ensures that your application will not be impacted if you go beyond the number of free Documents.
How can I know how many Documents I have used?
Login to the Self-Service Portal and visit the My Current Subscription page. At the top of the page you will see your Usage consumption for the Last 7 days and Last 30 days.
How are Documents counted for each API?
Authentication endpoint (auth.dfuse.io)
Authentication response payloads are free (i.e. they do not count towards your included number of Documents). Although, this service is subject to Rate Limiting.
When using our REST API, each HTTP response counts as one (1) Document, but it is important to note that in the case of the REST API Search, which may return hundreds of results, each result counts as a Document. For instance, a search query returning 75 results, will be billed as 75 Documents.
Opening a connection does not incur any charge. All of our WebSocket APIs are streaming-oriented meaning that a long running connection will be expected to receive multiple results and each of those will count as a Document.
GraphQL (over WebSocket or gRPC)
Opening a connection does not incur any charge. A GraphQL Query response will either count as one (1) Document or multiple Documents in the case of a list of results (ex.
searchTransactionsForward). Similarly, a streaming GraphQL Subscription will be charged as many Documents as you receive response payloads during its lifetime.