The power of data, without the middlemen
Focus on building
Compose onchain data sources
Governance. Decentralization. Ecosystem.
Stakes tokens to secure the powerloom network
Ensures consistency of snapshots, dispute resolutions and other protocol rules
Snapshot curated onchain data sources
Generate snapshots of varying complexities and submit to network for consensus
Consumers & Watchmen
Data consumption & health
Consumers suscribe to specific data markets according to their needs
Watchmen flag data sets with questionable accuracy
Powerloom Protocol DAO
Signaller & Curators
Signaller identify & assign weight to important data markets. Demand drivers
Curators are responsible for developing the snapshotting logic for the data markets
Trusted by top Web3 investors
Utility for the modern stack
Weave together cross-chain data
Composability ensures that your data is not limited by chain-specific libraries and SDKs that put the onus on developers and builders to compose and manipulate fundamentally differently structured datasets to arrive at aggregates and other useful information and insights. Instead, powered by flexible data models on Powerloom Protocol, you can weave together data sources across multiple smart contracts as well as multiple chains and only be concerned with the way you want to work on such data.
DeFi, GameFi and NFT insights
By incentivizing peers, a library of popular data market models, composable indexing and aggregation that adapts as your smart contract-based applications expand, the development time for DeFi, GameFi, NFT insights and analytics is significantly reduced
Regardless of the nesting of compositions involved in generating indexes and aggregates over snapshots, every requested datapoint is backed by consensus with proofs anchored on secure, L1 chains. A validator ecosystem runs checks on these proofs and rewards and penalties are accrued on responsible peers as detected.
Verified, auditable and transparent datasets
Data markets can be established by curators and signalers through a DAO by offering bounties. This is beneficial and necessary for common goods protocols and their datasets. For example, a popular DEX like Uniswap v3 can be indexed by bringing together a small group of passionate individuals, developers, and decision makers familiar with the workings of the protocol at differing levels of abstraction.