DeepDAO launches first-ever specialized search engine for the DAO ecosystem
A Google for decentralized autonomous organizations and the people in it.
DeepDAO, a data aggregator and analytics tool, has launched the first specialized search engine for the DAO ecosystem.
With over 4,100 DAOs and 1.6 million people holding governance tokens, it’s becoming increasingly hard to navigate this complex, emerging world. DeepDAO’s proprietary search engine was desgined to provide those participating in the DAO ecosystem with an easy way to make informed decisions.
DeepDAO’s engine maps relationships between DAOs, their users, and their tokens
Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) have been part of the crypto industry for quite a while, but it wasn’t until mid-2021 that they became an irreplaceable part of the market. The innovative governance structure enables businesses and organizations to be managed digitally, in a fully-decentralized way, and with unprecedented transparency.
However, the sheer number of DAOs on the market makes it a hard ecosystem to navigate and could be deterring people from joining in.
“This emergent, extensive network of people socializing, investing, working, and doing remarkable things together, demand a deeper suite of tools. People in W3 need relevant data to help them forge new connections between themselves and their organizations in a fun and accessible way,” said Eyal Eithcowich, founder and CEO of DeepDAO.
DeepDAO has created a comprehensive search engine that will enable users to navigate the sprawling DAO ecosystem. Built on DeepDAO’s listing of DAOs and governance profiles, the search engine enables users and organizations to navigate a sea of data and understand DAO networks, tokens, and interactions.
The platform lists and analyzes organizational data, creating personal profiles for its DAO governance token holders. DeepDAO has already made millions of Ethereum addresses searchable and has aggregated the interactions made by each address.
The DeepDAO search engine divides its data into four segments—organizations, people, fees, and tools. The DAO Feed offers users an overview of all the decisions and votes taking place in the DAO ecosystem, while the tools segment lists several dozen tools for creating and managing DAOs.
“The launch of our search engine is an important step because it makes it possible for everyone to find out all they need to know about DAOs, from learning to creating, managing, and understanding the inner workings of DAOs,” Eitchowich said in a release shared with CryptoSlate.