Enterprise-grade data for every industry, from every non-private ledger
Blockchain data is surprisingly hard to use. Elementus makes it easy.
Almost any data. Almost any blockchain.
Elementus is a protocol and platform that enables combining, analyzing, and programming on data from all non-private blockchains.
With Elementus, data consumers like financial firms, software developers, and analysts can build new classes of applications.
Elementus is a revolution in data interoperability, legibility, and portability.
Ethereum blockchain data structure
Elementus blockchain data structure
THE USE CASES
Elementus enables innovation in multiple industries
Trade based on network signals, see other investors’ behavior
Program applications scaffolded on data across blockchains
Spot vulnerabilities or fraud instantly, and trigger automated functions
Monitor fund flow, ongoing token sales, or individual addresses
Here’s a great example
Tracking ICOs is surprisingly hard, despite the fact that all the information is public. That’s why popular reference sites like Tokendata and Coindesk are missing data for over half of all ICOs. Moreover, the data collected on these sites is often very superficial—Elementus enables you to get all the data the blockchain offers.
Every ICO is identified immediately upon the smart contract being made public, across any blockchain with public smartcontracts.
See sophisticated indicators like hard cap fill velocity, or notable investors or advisors (based on wallet address).
Since the Elementus protocol does the heavy lifting, building a version of Crunchbase for ICOs can be done in <200 lines of code.
Discover any potential wash raising, smart contract flaws, or other risks and be immediately notified when vulnerabilities are noticed.
Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, lecturer @UPenn
Capgemini Consulting, rocket scientist @Caltech & EPFL
Shargo, Hewlett-Packard, Estée Lauder, ESCP Europe
MP @Esoteric Cap., consultant Salesforce/NBC, from Stanford
Cognizant, MYBC.tech, HotActives Media
You could build these services, but you’d probably have to build Elementus first.
Algorithmic trading based on network signals, or blockchain market intelligence, like cryptoasset Bloomberg Terminal
Cross-chain DevOps, or a Mulesoft equivalent for blockchain space
SiftScience or Okta for blockchains, other cross-network forensics tools for distributed ledgers
Palantir or BigQuery for blockchains, enabling sophisticated data science across decentralized networks