Orbs, an Israeli-based company developing a free, open-source, public blockchain infrastructure for mass usage applications, and Flipside Crypto, a US firm providing business intelligence for blockchain ecosystems, announced that they have teamed up to launch the Orbs Community Console.
The Orbs Community Console displays and highlights key performance indicators for the Orbs network, by tracking relevant on-chain metrics to decode stakeholder behavior and drive network growth. The Orbs Community Console will assist team and community members alike with learning which specific activities are driving growth on the Orbs network and understand metrics that are not just limited to price and market cap. The Orbs Community Console will be added as one of the helpful tools offered on the new and revamped Orbs.com website which the Orbs team aims to launch in the near future.
Orbs is a free, open-source, public blockchain infrastructure designed for mass usage applications, providing enterprise-grade scale, security and support. Orbs blockchain network expands the offerings of public blockchains by supporting permissioned applications developed by existing for-profit businesses, while also supporting purely decentralized apps and being a prime platform for launching decentralized finance applications. Founded in 2017, Orbs is being developed by a dedicated team of more than 30 people out of its offices in Tel Aviv, Israel, London, UK, Singapore, and Seoul, South Korea. Orbs was named Gartner’s “Cool Vendor in Blockchain Technology” for 2018.
About Flipside Crypto
Flipside Crypto provides business intelligence to crypto organizations. Its suite of analytics tools provides insights into user behavior, developer activities, and financial health. Flipside also rates cryptocurrencies utilizing FCAS, a relative value for measuring the fundamental health of cryptocurrency ecosystems.
Flipside provides business intelligence to more than 75 cryptocurrency organizations and distributes FCAS via partners such as CoinMarketCap, Messari, MarketWatch and TheStreet. The company is backed by Galaxy Digital Ventures, True Ventures, Founder Collective, Coinbase Ventures, Digital Currency Group, Avon Ventures (a venture capital fund affiliated with FMR LLC, the parent company of Fidelity Investments) and other investors.