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About RootData

1. What is RootData?

RootData is a Web3 asset data platform that pioneers in encapsulating both on-chain and off-chain data of Web3 assets, boasting higher data structuration and readability. It is dedicated to becoming a productivity tool for Web3 enthusiasts and investors.

Currently, RootData has cataloged over 11,000 projects, 8,000 individuals, 6,500 investment and financing activities, as well as tens of thousands of physical addresses. It presents data in a visual and structured manner through tags, ecosystems, and archives, making it a reliable source for more than 1 million users seeking information on Web3 projects.

2. Why was RootData founded?

In the past cycle, the Crypto industry has seen an explosive growth in the quantity of funds and assets. However, while most are focused on outcomes, RootData is more concerned with how people, capital, and assets are interconnected and evolve during the innovation process in Crypto. RootData aims to use data to reveal the patterns behind Crypto innovation and wealth creation.

The core team members of RootData have nearly six years of experience in the crypto industry, focusing on news reporting and industry research. With extensive experience in information collection, summarization, industry analysis, and research, they decided to establish RootData to contribute a more professional and systematic data platform to the crypto industry.

3. How does RootData ensure the accuracy of its data?

RootData's data is meticulously compiled by professionals from official project websites and credible reports, and undergoes processes such as de-PR to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data.

Additionally, RootData has established a dedicated feedback channel and a point reward mechanism for users to provide feedback and updates. Facing the vast number of project dynamics, we will further optimize the content collaboration and community incentive mechanisms on the user end, aiming to achieve industry co-construction.