Reference ProtocolDashboard v0.1
APIs, Indexer, Search and Analytics for WEB3 assets across blockchains
Reference Protocol is a decentralized, multichain Web3 assets data layer that provides easy to consume, standardized on-chain Web3 asset data aggregated from various blockchain networks and marketplaces, for anyone building Web3 asset applications.
Reference Protocol provides an advanced solution for the Web3 assets landscape through seamless, scalable data via customizable, feature rich APIs, data streams, historical data and notification engines.
Cross chain aggregated analytics
AI based asset deduplication (ANN and CNN neural network based) for 'provable uniqueness' of Web3 assets
Historical data for assets, marketplaces and wallets for better on-chain analytics of the state of the ecosystem
API layer for developers to build multiple usecases on top of Reference Protocol
V0.1 indexer and search
Technical architecture and system design for APIs
Go live with standardized API layer
Technical architecture and system design for AI based asset deduplication
Go live with AI based asset deduplication
Technical architecture for cross chain analytics
Go live with cross chain analytics and data feeds
AI based asset recommendation engine
DAO for governance
Computer Science graduate from IIT Madras, Pravin has more than decade plus experience in the software industry. Started his career in Samsung and has consulted with multiple startups on fullstack and crypto projects as an architect and developer. Crypto enthusiast and considers himself to be an eternal WIP
Sandeep has a depth of experience in data warehousing, data mining, text analytics, blockchain technology and marketing. He has an extensive and diverse global network in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. His career has been marked by early adoption of emerging technologies such and natural language processing (NLP) and blockchain technology. He has held positions such as CEO, Head of Technology and advisor at start-ups and has handheld them from inception to market. While he has held management positions, he is still hands on with code and actively involved in architecture and design decisions.