Web3Go x OAK Network: Crowdloan related data services

Web3Go is partnering with OAK Network, the hub for Defi and payment automation, to provide the project with our crowdloan related data services.

Turing Network, the canary Network of OAK in Kusama, has secured a slot in the Kusama auction on Mar 27th. During Turing Network’s, participation in the Kusama Slot Auctions, the team has employed Web3Go’s Kusama Crowdloan Dashboard to:

  • Real-time track contributions made towards their Crowdloan, and
  • View addresses’ labels to see contribution sources, and
  • View the details of top contributors by the number of contributions or KSM contributed.
Turing Network Crowdloan overview on Web3Go

The Kusama Crowdloan Dashboard provides an overview of contributions made toward a specific Crowdloan campaign and is a helpful tool for Crowdloan initiators or Crowdloan participants to view detailed information. In short, the dashboard provides:

  • An overview of the Crowdloan progress: total raised (KSM), number of contributions, number of contributors, hard cap, progress(in percentage) .
  • A full list of all contributions with data including contributor address, amount (of KSM contributed), ratio (this contribution divided by total raised), and time.
  • Sorting contributions by the latest/oldest, the most amount/least amount
  • Seeing where the contributions were made by checking address label. For ex, an address labeled with ‘Bifrost (SALP)’ has contributed using Bifrost, while an address labeled with ‘Bifrost Proxy’ has contributed in a sum by Bifrost representing the underlying users.
  • Seeing the top 5 contributions by the number of contributions or by the amount of KSM staked.
Top 5 contributors by number of contributions (towards OAK Network)
  • View how many KSM was raised on each date during the whole period of the crowdloan campaign
Total KSM raised during the OAK Network Crowdloan

Web3Go continues to provide analytics support for various Crowdloan campaigns during slot auctions on both Kusama and Polkadot Network.

As the Polkadot ecosystem continues to grow and accumulate data, Web3Go will be instrumental in building user-orientated facilities in Web3. OAK Network is committed to working alongside the Web3Go team in building products and services that our community may utilize.

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About OAK Network

OAK (On-chain Autonomous Kernel) Network is a blockchain automation hub for DeFi and payments built on Parity Substrate with a first-of-its-kind event-driven execution model. This model enables transactions to be triggered by event signals such as time, price, and smart contract state changes. Importantly, this differs from traditional architectures utilized by Ethereum, Bitcoin, and other popular chains where multiple transactions require repeated private key signing. With this novel design, OAK can empower any connected blockchain with autonomous functionality unleashing endless potential for our partners.

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About Web3Go

Web3Go is an open data analytics platform that allows users to extract, curate, and visualize data with powerful yet easy-to-use tools.

Deeply rooted in the Polkadot ecosystem, Web3Go provides a series of Web 3.0 data-related services: Microscopic analysis and visualization of cross-chain assets transactions, NFT holdings, parachain slot auctions, DeFi activities, and token transaction histories; sophisticated address labeling system to create user portraits and an identity library; utilizing Substrate Smart Contract, a reward system is deployed to incentivize users to set data tasks and patronize data professions on Web3Go. Being said, Web3Go will provide the essential technical infrastructure for data usage of all kinds in the Polkadot ecosystem.

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