Transparent, fully accissible analytics dashboard

Transparent data accessible to the world

zMetaBoard is a transparent, fully accessible analytics dashboard that displays all platform information.

Our promise to our users is to be open and transparent. We want to empower our community with information by making it accessible to everyone. From the number of assets locked in escrow accounts to assets circulating our ecosystem and the number of assets backing our stablecoins, all our data and audits will be displayed in an understandable, accessible dashboard for anyone to monitor. By just looking at a universal dashboard, users see a clear picture of the entire platform analytics.


Behind the scenes, zMetaBoard transforms difficult-to-access data into human-readable visuals.

Data will be presented in tables, graphs, and charts. Visualizations take the results of a query and present the information in a clear & precise way.

Head panel

The head panel will contain ZAM token information about total liquidity, volume, referrer reward, and supply for all networks and segregate by blockchains.

Body panel

Users will be able to monitor all current and past data of ZAM token circulation, transfer count and etc. The information will be displayed in graphs and charts with an intuitive interface for users. Each graph is expandable for detailed data.

The Graph

zMetaBoard is based on The Graph Network. The Graph is an indexing protocol for querying networks like Ethereum and IPFS. The Graph provides efficiently query blockchain data without relying on a centralized service provider.

All data is stored and processed on open networks with verifiable integrity. The Graph makes querying this data fast, reliable, and secure.

API and Data Structures

zMetaBoard is accessible to anyone registered at the Zamzam ecosystem. Specific detailed information is accessible to $ZAM token holders. The data on zMetaBoard is segregated by blockchain networks: ETH and BSC networks. The list below is the list of structures with their description and blockchain network belonging. Most of the structures contain historical data. For actual datasingeltone ID should be used. External projects can connect with zMetaBoard via a publicly available API.

  • Total Supply - total number of issued tokens. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Circulation Supply - total number of tokens in circulation. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Value Locked - total number of locked tokens. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Transfer Count - total number of transfer transactions and their volumes. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Vester - this structure is used for tracking vesters’ data. Each record contains vester’s address, balance and its smart-contract’s address. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Vester Count - total number of vesters and number of tokens in vesting. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Transaction Count - total number of transactions with ZAM token's smart-contract. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Holder - is used for tracking holders’ data. Each record contains the holder’s address, balance and number of transactions. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Holder Count - total number of holders. Belonging: ETH and BSC.

  • Participant - a participant is a person who currently has zero ZAM tokens on balances, but has operations with them. this structure is used for tracking participants’ data. Each record contains the participant’s address, number of transactions. Belonging: ETH.

  • Participant Count - total number of participants. Belonging: ETH.

  • Bridge - contains data of bridge: total volume, the total number of tokens transferred to BSC and to ETH. Belonging: ETH.

  • BridgeETH - data of bridge from Ethereum’s side. This means it only contains a number of tokens transferred from BSC to ETH. Belonging: ETH.

  • BridgeBSC - data of bridge from BSC’s side. This means it only contains a number of tokens transferred from ETH to BSC. Belonging: BSC.

Values of Total Supplies, Tokens in Circulation and Blocked, Balances should be divided by 10**18 for request.


ZamGraph in ETH

ZamGraph in BSC

Playground for requests:

ZamGraph in ETH

ZamGraph in BSC

Graph QL API

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