Blockchains are optimized for security, speed, and scalability, not for data retrieval and consumption. As a result, the ecosystem lacks transparency.
At the core of our technology is the Elementus semantic inference engine, a universal blockchain translator.
It is an expert system that extracts blockchain state transitions in real time, applies a set of logical rules to infer their meaning, and stores the output according to a simplified and standardized ontology that accommodates transactions from any blockchain.
Elementus unites the world's blockchain transactions into one standardized and easy-to-access database, consumable by humans and applications alike.
Use Elementus data feeds to build applications for network-driven investing strategies, real-time hack or fraud monitoring, scalable data analysis, and much more.
Information design, data science
Media, business development
Thomas Jay Rush
Computer science, information systems
Behaviorial psychology, UI/UX