In order to make blockchain technology more accessible to non-technical users, a new blockchain search engine named Ora was developed at Solana’s summer camp hackathon, as reported by Cryptoslate.
Ora allows users to search string data using natural language. On August 18, the team announced the launch of the new search engine and noted that users could conduct sophisticated surveys using natural language using “Show me all successful Jupiter Exchange trades between 42 and 420 SOL two days ago.”
The Ora team set out to provide a tool that would allow average users to perform SQL lookups on string data as the use of cryptocurrency grew beyond sophisticated technology, Cryptoslate noted. .
The team wanted to give all cryptocurrency consumers a Google-like experience. The project team mentioned a number of people and companies that considered the idea of a cryptocurrency search engine when Ora was announced.
The Ora project team claims that Ora is already integrated with Solana’s block explorers and characterizes Ora as a “complementary piece to existing infrastructure”.
(With information from Cryptoslate)
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