Block explorers suck. They load obscure data that requires years of chain nativity to understand intuitively. We don’t believe this standard can persist if Web3 is to progress. None of the promises of the technology or the ethos—transparency and equity in global decision making, data organization, and the potential to change social structures—matter unless they can be accessed. Thus, one of the most immediate problems in web3 that must be solved is extremely poor user experience. This problem is experienced across the entire web3 stack, starting at the core—block data.
The Lore Block Explorer makes blockchain data legible, and querying as simple as Google Search.
Lore is building THE semantic search interface for on-chain data. We are doing this by first building a transaction action translator that takes the current standard of block-data (32 bit wallet addresses, random method calls, and indecipherable 0 value transactions when it is abundantly clear that value has been moved) and translates it to a simple English sentence.
With our unique dataset of activity descriptors and assets, we are then able to create semantic searches.
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