Defined is a data platform for the open web that empowers users to query on-chain data and interact across multiple blockchains and DeFi protocols.
Defined was created by the team at Liftoff, the company behind startup projects like Certn and Supercast, and part of the Tiny family alongside amazing companies like Dribbble and MetaLab. The Liftoff team is now solely working on Defined.
“Our long-term goals go beyond creating a suite of tools for traders: we want everyone engaging with DeFi to start their journey with Defined,” writes Mike Rowe.
If Rowe’s name sounds familiar, you may recall his earliest claim to fame. In 2004 as a 17-year-old high school student, Rowe became an international media celebrity for standing his ground against Microsoft in a trademark dispute over his use of the domain name MikeRoweSoft.com.
“Once we’ve reached the milestone of storing and displaying the most important DeFi data we will build tools that enable everyone to transact across multiple blockchains and protocols using Defined’s live and historical data set.”
For traders and holders Defined will be building tools to help find the latest gem, export your transaction history with accurate costs basis for accounting, the ability to manage your yields across networks, and curate a list of governance proposals for tokens you own.
For data junkies Defined will be providing access to Defined’s dataset to build your own reports and dashboards on everything happening across multiple networks, as well as tools to analyze individual wallets or find the most profitable traders across various time ranges.
For NFT collectors and creators Defined will provide information and trading volume from top NFT projects, give users the ability to see attributes and transaction histories, and track the value of NFT portfolios across marketplaces.