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The folks behind Thirdwave see an issue, and it’s kind of a big one. There’s a lack of data and feedback for Web3 makers to look at. It’s pretty difficult for someone looking to make, say, a new blockchain game, to find out what works and what doesn’t.
Thirdwave is a blockchain discovery engine looking to remedy the problem. At least a little bit. Thirdwave wants to provide business data and other insights so gaming teams can find, understand and retain customers.
It’s a platform that provides Web3 companies, projects, decentralized autonomous organizations and protocols with this information. It’s a little bit community focused, and a little bit social media focused. And it mixes those aspects with on-the-blockchain data, to try and give users an in-depth view of customer activities.
“Today’s Web3 developers don’t have access to meaningful customer data insights, which in turn creates major inefficiencies in the building process,” said Framework Ventures boss Michael Anderson, in a statement to GamesBeat. “With their past experience building and scaling data discovery engines for consumer giants like Facebook, we think Thirdwave is positioned to give Web3 projects, especially in the gamefi space, the ability to truly understand their users.”
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