Alchemy is the largest Web3 development platform with 10+ million end users and $100+ billion on-chain transaction volume. After raising $563M in funding, Alchemy was scaling in hypergrowth and their customer base and support could not keep up:
Building these tools would be expensive and require 100s of hours from their engineering team, taking away from their core product roadmap which was already understaffed given their rapid growth.
Within 2 weeks, Rishub and his engineering team delivered 3 Superblocks tools that immediately cut ticket resolution time and made the organization more data-driven, while enabling rapid iteration of the apps moving forward.
Enabling their Support team to extract user emails from a support ticket, search them and update key user information such as their role, plan and more.
Enabling the Finance and Ops teams to easily track and action unpaid invoices across a scaling customer-base.
3. Slack Usage Reporting
Enabling their executives, product managers, engineers and go-to-market team to understand daily usage across their customer base and discuss impact to the business in real-time on Slack.
Alchemy chose Superblocks and replaced legacy admin tooling, net-new tooling and Celery tasks in one platform with native Permissions, Audit Logging and Observability. The main 3 reasons they chose Superblocks were:
Since the engineers in charge of the tools were backend developers, Superblocks enabled them to become full stack overnight. They could drag on UIs they needed for invoice management and user search without the learning curve and maintenance overhead of a custom React app.
Alchemy’s engineering team had already written tools in Python so the unique support for Python in Superblocks made it simple to switch while maintaining access to key Python libraries the team was familiar with.
A straight replacement of Celery tasks for existing jobs made it easy to consolidate with the internal apps under one place to centrally control users and security.
Alchemy continues to scale quickly and consistently, adding new internal tools enabling them to take on the next level of scale across Support and soon other business teams in the company.