What are the immediate web3 use cases of Hemera Protocol?

High performance blockchain explorers

Albeit seemingly a basic need for every single blockchain, developers are paying 6 to 7 figures in US dollars annually for such services from centralized providers. With Hemera’s built-in blockchain explorer called SocialScan explorers [8], public blockchains, including Layer 1’s, Layer 2’s, application-specific chains etc. can easily join the Hemera network by hosting their own index node and run the built-in open source blockchain explorer on top of the Hemera provided APIs.

LLM-based trading agents

AI agents augment trading decisions for both professional traders and normal users. Hemera allows LLMs to interpret transaction contexts meaningfully using automated SQL queries, allowing end users to poke web trading information using natural languages. The UDF layer in Hemera allows extensible interfaces to help LLM developers to focus on AI innovations instead of the underlying data infrastructure.

On-chain portfolios

Real-time access to user account balances, ERC20 token holdings, Defi TVLs, NFTs holding status and history are frequently required by Dapps including wallets, Defi apps, GameFi, SocialFi, and many growth marketing tools and platforms. Building such capabilities in-house by Dapps is infeasibly expensive. Through Hemera’s built-in portfolio UDFs, on-chain portfolios can be accessed in real-time through API services.

Inscription-ready decentralized indexers & oracles

Decentralized indexing services that are real-time and secure are of critical importance to any inscription applications to perform trading properly and provide good UX, including wallets, marketplaces, exchanges, dashboards etc. Hemera’s built-in inscription UDFs support inscription assets natively and out-of-box, enabling developers to focus on developing their application-specific functionalities.

Anti-Sybil community auditings

Anti-sybil auditing is a form of on-chain reputation algorithm that focuses on recognizing bot-like malicious behaviors. It helps developers to protect their community members’ interest from bad actors. To perform such auditing, a complete coverage of accounts’ on-chain footprints help enhance the algorithm’s precision and coverage. And account-centric indexings’ full data coverage and UDFs support the anti-sybil needs perfectly.

Social graph

SocialFi applications often need to access each account’s on-chain social network at scale. Instead of going through each SocialFi data protocol and reconstructing users’ social networks from scratch, Hemera’s built-in Social UDFs keep users’ social networks structured and updated in real-time, allowing developers to easily access.

Web3 Ads’s on-chain identity provider

The ultimate form of “Web3 Ads” may not be the web2 ads that you hate, but rather a highly personalized “buy button” that prompts users with relevant assets combined with unique purchase benefits based on users’ on-chain credentials [9]. This requires a high performance data infrastructure that is real-time and scalable in performance, and pre-loaded with a myriad of feature extraction and models to construct users’ on-chain identity catering to the needs, which is what Hemera supports down the road.

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