Use Cases

What is Xnode?

Build a Decentralized Data Cloud with data connectivity, configure data endpoints, and build infrastructure observability, and analytics engine in minutes, instead of weeks Pay only for bare metal servers. No license, no setup fees.

Xnode is designed to empower developers with the tools to construct their own decentralized data clouds from the ground up. But it's not just about individual power: Xnodes interconnect, forming a vast mesh network, reminiscent of torrent systems, ensuring seamless global data sharing. This decentralized approach guarantees data availability, reliability, and resiliency. Furthermore, Xnode stands as a testament to Openmesh's commitment to democratizing data, aligning with the vision of a world where data is universally accessible without middlemen or hefty fees. Whether you're building a data-intensive application or seeking to harness the power of Web3, Xnode provides the foundation you need to thrive in the decentralized era.

Available data:

  • Crypto Exchanges: Data includes order books, trade details, transactional data, candlestick charts, tickers, as well as inflow and outflow information.

  • Public Blockchains: Information on block size, block events, asset transfers, wallet addresses, blockchain confirmations, and smart contract events is available.

  • Decentralized Finance (DeFi): Comprehensive data covering all financial transactions, including wallets, assets, liquidity, value locked, asset transfers, and asset custody.

Coming soon (2024)

  • Blockchain Metaverses: Contains information on metaverse assets, transactions, and user activities.

  • GameFi (Blockchain Games): Data on games, user assets, user activities, game asset classifications, asset transfers, and in-game transactions is available.

  • TradeFi & Financial Data: Global Stock Exchanges: Stock prices, market capitalizations, historical performance, and dividend details.

  • Public Medical Research Data: Disease databases, information on symptoms, prevalent rates, and treatments.

  • Scientific Data: Data on species studies, genetic information, and ecological findings.

  • Cancer Research Data: Records of tumor types, growth rates, and genetic markers.treatment efficacy, and various cancer treatments.

  • Agricultural Data: Data on global crop yields, farming practices, and seasonal trends, information on livestock numbers, health, and associated industries.

Use cases

  1. Decentralized dApp Development Platform

  • Use Case for Web3 Startups: Startups can utilize Xnode to rapidly prototype, test, and deploy decentralized applications without needing to set up their infrastructure. With Xnode, they can access a plethora of Web3 data to power their dApps efficiently.

  • Benefit: Speeds up the dApp development process, reduces infrastructure costs, and ensures startups remain agile in the competitive Web3 landscape.

  1. Real-time Price Optimization:

  • Use Case: DEX aggregators can leverage Xnode to fetch real-time prices from multiple decentralized exchanges, ensuring their users always get the best rates when swapping tokens.

  • Benefit: Enhances user trust by offering the most competitive rates and ensures maximum capital efficiency for trades.

  1. Real-time Financial Analysis Engine

  • Use Case for Hedge Funds: Hedge funds can deploy Xnodes to tap into real-time cryptocurrency market data, DeFi transactions, and other blockchain activities. By combining live data with historical insights, they can make more informed investment decisions.

  • Benefit: Provides a competitive edge in the dynamic crypto market, ensuring timely investment strategies based on comprehensive data analysis.

  1. Web3 Data Analytics Suite

  • Use Case for Data Science Firms: Such firms can utilize Xnode to access and analyze vast amounts of Web3 data. They can build custom analytics solutions for clients, from predicting DeFi market trends to analyzing blockchain game user behaviors.

  • Benefit: Enables data science firms to offer specialized Web3 analytics services, catering to the growing demand in the blockchain industry.

  1. Decentralized Compliance and Audit System

  • Use Case for Regulators/Law Firms: Regulatory bodies and law firms can set up Xnodes to monitor blockchain transactions, smart contract events, and DeFi activities. This ensures compliance with local regulations and helps in forensic analysis in case of legal disputes.

  • Benefit: Streamlines the regulatory oversight process, ensures transparency in the Web3 space, and aids in quick resolution of legal matters.

  1. Live Asset Valuation Dashboard

  • Use Case: Game developers can use Xnode to create live dashboards displaying the current market value of in-game assets, helping players make informed trading decisions.

  • Benefit: Enhances player engagement by providing real-time financial insights within the game.

  1. Historical Player Behavior Analysis

  • Use Case: GameFi platforms can utilize Xnode to study historical player behaviors, like trading patterns and gameplay strategies, to refine in-game mechanics and tokenomics.

  • Benefit: Offers a data-driven approach to game development, ensuring player satisfaction and retention.

  1. Decentralized Research Platform

  • Use Case: Universities and research institutions can deploy Xnodes to create a decentralized research data cloud, where scholars globally can contribute to and access datasets without centralized gatekeepers.

  • Benefit: This promotes collaborative research, ensures data integrity, and accelerates scientific advancements.

  1. Global Health Data Monitoring

  • Use Case: Health organizations can use Xnode to develop a decentralized health monitoring system. Real-time health data from hospitals worldwide can be streamed into the network, assisting in rapid response to health crises like pandemics.

  • Benefit: Ensures timely and transparent access to crucial health data, leading to faster interventions and better global health outcomes.

What are Unified APIs?

Unified APIs provide a single endpoint for all crypto & web3 data, making it accessible to anyone, anywhere, without any costs. There are no licenses, registrations, or setup fees involved.

Unified API Sub-Products:

  1. WebSocket: A streaming service offering live data on markets & blockchain.

  2. REST APIs: An archive for Web3 data, serving as historical data-as-a-service.

  3. GraphQL: This allows for the construction of schemas and enables users to specifically select the information or operations they require. Users can query to get precisely the data they've requested.

Data Available in Our Databases:

  • Crypto Exchanges: Data includes order books, trade details, transactional data, candlestick charts, tickers, as well as inflow and outflow information.

  • Public Blockchains: Information on block size, block events, asset transfers, wallet addresses, blockchain confirmations, and smart contract events is available.

  • Decentralized Finance (DeFi): Comprehensive data covering all financial transactions, including wallets, assets, liquidity, value locked, asset transfers, and asset custody.

  • Metaverses: Contains information on metaverse assets, transactions, and user activities.

  • GameFi (Blockchain Games): Data on games, user assets, user activities, game asset classifications, asset transfers, and in-game transactions is available.

Applications of Unified APIs:

  • Developers: Can leverage Unified APIs to create and empower a multitude of web applications, mobile apps, dApps, and smart contracts.

  • Data Scientists: Can integrate Unified APIs into their data science workflows to facilitate analytics.

  • Financial Forensic Officers: Can amalgamate data to build cases on money laundering, especially when ERC20 assets are transferred between wallets, a process akin to what chainalysis performs.

  • Game Developers: Can utilize the GraphQL query service to craft a Play-to-Earn analytics app, highlighting top-trading game assets on Ethereum.

  • Start-ups: Those in the process of crafting a DEX aggregator can harness the power of live streaming data (via WebSocket) and GraphQL to optimize the smart order route for token swaps.

Use cases

WebSocket - Live markets & blockchain data (Streaming service)

  1. Real-time Crypto Trading Platform

  • Ideal Users: Cryptocurrency Traders.

  • End Customer: Individual and institutional investors.

  • Application: A real-time trading platform showcasing live crypto prices, order books, and transactions.

  • Difference with Unified API: Traders receive instantaneous data, allowing them to make informed trading decisions. Given that the API is free, the platform can offer premium features without passing on data acquisition costs to users.

  • Impact: Enables traders to make timely and informed decisions, potentially leading to better investment outcomes.

  1. Live DEX Price Tracker

  • Ideal Users: DeFi enthusiasts and investors.

  • End Customer: Users of decentralized exchanges.

  • Application: A platform that showcases live price differences across various decentralized exchanges.

  • Difference with Unified API: Instantaneous price updates from different DEXs, helping users find the best exchange rates.

  • Impact: Users can maximize their returns by swapping tokens at the most favorable rates.

  1. Real-time GameFi Dashboard

  • Ideal Users: Gamers and investors in GameFi.

  • End Customer: Players of blockchain games.

  • Application: A dashboard displaying live in-game asset prices, transactions, and activities.

  • Difference with Unified API: Gamers get real-time insights into asset values, helping them make in-game financial decisions.

  • Impact: Players can optimize their in-game strategies, potentially earning more from their gaming activities.

  1. Live Metaverse Activity Monitor

  • Ideal Users: Metaverse enthusiasts.

  • End Customer: Users and investors in metaverse platforms.

  • Application: A platform showcasing live metaverse activities, transactions, and asset movements.

  • Difference with Unified API: Users receive real-time updates on metaverse happenings, ensuring they stay informed.

  • Impact: Enables users to engage with metaverse events and assets more dynamically.

  1. DeFi Dashboard for Liquidity Providers

  • Ideal Users: DeFi liquidity providers.

  • End Customer: Participants in liquidity pools.

  • Application: A dashboard displaying live data on liquidity, asset transfers, and value locked.

  • Difference with Unified API: Liquidity providers can monitor their positions and yields in real-time, allowing for timely adjustments.

  • Impact: Providers can optimize their strategies, potentially maximizing their returns.

REST APIs - Web3 Data archive (Historical data-as-a-service)

  1. Historical Crypto Analysis Tool

  • Ideal Users: Crypto analysts and researchers.

  • End Customer: Individual and institutional investors.

  • Application: A platform offering historical crypto data analytics, like price trends over time.

  • Difference with Unified API: Analysts can access vast historical data without the burden of fees, leading to comprehensive analysis.

  • Impact: Enables deeper insights, fostering informed investment strategies.

  1. DeFi Historical Performance Tracker

  • Ideal Users: DeFi project teams and investors.

  • End Customer: DeFi project stakeholders.

  • Application: A tool analyzing the historical performance of DeFi projects, liquidity, asset transfers, and more.

  • Difference with Unified API: Project teams can evaluate their growth and trends without incurring data access costs.

  • Impact: Projects can refine their strategies based on past data, potentially leading to better future performance.

  1. Blockchain Game Performance Analytics

  • Ideal Users: Game developers and GameFi investors.

  • End Customer: Blockchain game stakeholders.

  • Application: A platform analyzing the historical performance of blockchain games - user engagement, asset trading, etc.

  • Difference with Unified API: Game developers can assess their game's history without added costs, fostering improvements.

  • Impact: Developers can refine game mechanics based on past user behavior, potentially enhancing user engagement.

  1. Metaverse Land Value Analysis

  • Ideal Users: Metaverse landowners and investors.

  • End Customer: Metaverse participants.

  • Application: A tool offering insights into the historical value of metaverse land parcels.

  • Difference with Unified API: Landowners can assess the historical value trends of their assets without incurring data costs.

  • Impact: Helps stakeholders make informed buying or selling decisions.

  1. Historical Blockchain Audit Tool

  • Ideal Users: Blockchain auditors.

  • End Customer: Blockchain projects and investors.

  • Application: A platform for auditing historical data on public blockchains, verifying transactions, smart contract events, etc.

  • Difference with Unified API: Auditors can conduct comprehensive audits without data access fees, ensuring thoroughness.

  • Impact: Enhances the integrity and trustworthiness of blockchain projects through meticulous auditing.

GraphQL - Constructing schema & enabling data selection

  1. Customized DeFi Analytics Dashboard

  • Ideal Users: DeFi analysts.

  • End Customer: DeFi enthusiasts and investors.

  • Application: A dashboard where analysts can pick specific DeFi data points they want to monitor.

  • Difference with Unified API: Analysts can tailor their data feeds, selecting only what's relevant, leading to efficient monitoring.

  • Impact: Allows for more personalized and streamlined DeFi analysis.

  1. GameFi Asset Monitoring Tool

  • Ideal Users: GameFi asset traders.

  • End Customer: Players and investors in blockchain games.

  • Application: A platform where users can select specific games

What is Pythia?

Pythia is Openmesh's dynamic analytics and query engine, designed to transform a vast sea of raw data into meaningful, actionable insights. Pythia Analytics allows anyone to design, build, visualize, and deploy powerful Web3 data products. Users can craft data products (queries) and merge them to create dashboards tailored for specific industries or business use cases. Charts and their underlying data can be downloaded for free. Users can assign their queries, data products, and dashboards to their web3 wallet. They have the option to keep their data products private or publish them for the public, allowing other users to replicate and utilize them. Whether a seasoned developer or a newbie, Pythia enables the realization of data product visions.

Use cases

  1. Crypto Market Trends Dashboard A trader crafts a dashboard in Pythia to monitor real-time cryptocurrency price trends, volume spikes, and liquidity pools, aiding in swift investment decisions.

  2. Global DeFi Interest Rate Monitor Use Pythia to create a real-time dashboard that tracks and compares interest rates across various DeFi platforms, helping investors maximize their returns.

  3. Celebrity NFT Tracker Track and visualize the hottest-selling celebrity NFTs. Artists and managers can identify which types of NFTs are trending and strategize their releases accordingly.

  4. DeFi Performance Analysis DeFi enthusiasts utilize Pythia to analyze the performance of various DeFi platforms, assessing aspects like total value locked, liquidity provider returns, and smart contract activities.

  5. Blockchain Game Metrics Game developers leverage Pythia to track user engagement, in-game asset trading patterns, and player achievements, refining gameplay mechanics to enhance user experience.

  6. Metaverse Real Estate Insights Investors construct dashboards to monitor the trading and popularity trends of virtual real estate parcels across different metaverses, identifying potential investment opportunities.

  7. Public Blockchain Health Monitor Network analysts use Pythia to keep tabs on public blockchain activities, such as block sizes, transaction speeds, and wallet activities, ensuring the network's optimal performance.

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