Community

Resources

Avalanche Press Kit and Brand Guidelines: the official press kit and brand guidelines with logos and fonts

Websites and Socials

Website: the official Ava Labs and Avalanche website.

GitHub: the official Ava Labs GitHub hosting all Avalanche public repos.

Discord: the official Avalanche Discord for developers and enthusiasts to engage in focused discussions.

Twitter: the official Avalanche Twitter for all major news and updates regarding Avalanche and its ecosystem.

Forum: the official Avalanche Forum for technical discussions related to Avalanche and its community

Avalanche Hub: a community growth platform building an inclusive environment for all aspects of Avalanche. From expansion efforts to open-source development, members directly contribute to vital research, education, and engineering initiatives to earn AVAX tokens.

This Week in Avalanche: an independent weekly newsletter round-up of Avalanche news, events, and developments produced by a community member.

Ecosystem Partners

Blockchain Academy Chile: training and education platform for both technical developers and business entrepreneurs to learn about blockchain technology.

Blockchain Research Institute (BRI): global think tank focusing on the strategic implications of blockchain technology on business, government, and society. Membership includes more than 60 of the world’s leading enterprises, governments, and academic institutions.

LACChain Alliance: a global organization accelerating the development of the blockchain ecosystem in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region. It now has 25 members, including Consensys, MIT Media Lab, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, and the Blockchain Research Institute.

Education

FireStorm: a community member producing "How to Run Avalanche at Home" video tutorials.

Explorers

Avalanche Explorer: an analytics tool that enables people to search the Avalanche platform for transactions, addresses, and other platform activities.

Avascan: an independent blockchain explorer that enables users to browse blockchains, transactions, validators, delegators, assets, and smart contracts on Avalanche. Also features an Asset Detail Validation Program to add rich data to assets on Avascan.

AvaxMap: visualization of the geographic spread of Avalanche nodes.

Vscout: an analytics tool for exploring Avalanche subnets, staking, and validators.

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)

Polyient Games: an investment firm focused on the non-fungible token (NFT) and blockchain gaming industries. They invest in startups that are building the infrastructure and applications that will scale the NFT asset class.

Stablecoins

BiLira: a stable cryptocurrency that is backed by the Turkish Lira.

Wallets

Avalanche Wallet: a simple, secure, non-custodial wallet for storing Avalanche assets.

Ledger Nano S: the original hardware wallet made by Ledger. Easily start your crypto journey: buy crypto, secure your assets, and manage them in one single app.

Developer Tools

Blockchain Infrastructure and Node Providers

Allnodes: a non-custodial platform for hosting masternodes and full nodes, as well as full staking services.

AVADO: plug and play hardware blockchain nodes that enable individuals and developers to easily and privately access Web3 applications, participate in staking, and run incentivized Dapps to earn crypto.

Bloq: managed infrastructure for building on blockchain networks. You get a single interface to an expanding set of enterprise-grade infrastructure services for building on multiple blockchain networks.

DataHub by Figment: with DataHub, Avalanche developers no longer have to worry about managing infrastructure as we offer direct access to Avalanche’s APIs via our highly available full node infrastructure.

Oracles

Chainlink: market-leading price and data oracles for decentralized applications and the migration of real-world assets onto Avalanche.

Software Development Kits (SDKs)

Magic (formerly Fortmatic): passwordless logins and more user-friendly key management in crypto securing over 20 million user authentications per month. Used by over 6,500 developers since launch, including established DeFi organizations like Uniswap, Aave, Augur, Bancor, and Zerion.

Torus: DirectAuth SDK simplifies onboarding by enabling users to create an Avalanche Wallet with their existing Google accounts, and enables one-click logins to Avalanche applications. Users can customize their wallets to take ownership of private keys as they feel more comfortable with the technology.

Staking Providers

ablock: delegated staking provider.

Avascan: delegated staking services offered by independent blockchain explorer.

Figment: simple and secure staking as a service.

P2P: delegated staking provider.

Staking Rewards: staking calculator for Avalanche.

Testing Tools and Frameworks

Halborn: an award-winning team of ethical hackers that work with blockchain projects to defend against cyber attacks. The team at Halborn enhanced the security of the Avalanche Wallet, and also offers smart contract auditing.

Kurtosis: complete, end-to-end testing platform dedicated to helping developers build anti-fragile technologies on Avalanche.

Quantstamp: blockchain security firm offering audits and consulting for smart contracts, off-chain applications, networking, and front-end interfaces to enhance the security of decentralized applications.

Whiteblock: "Genesis Platform" helps developers automate practical performance and security testing for Web3 systems.