"L2Beat for Privacy projects"
At the Web3Privacy Events in Prague and Rome, we realized the challenges faced in finding crucial technical details and comparing various privacy-focused projects. To address this, we decided to create a platform that standardizes and expands the current Web3Privacy ecosystem research. Our goal is to make this valuable information accessible to the wider Web3 community.
Open & Machine-Readable Data for Privacy Projects
We needed to select a set of variables to distinguish the level of technology complexity in privacy projects, covering aspects such as privacy, asset security, traceability, transaction linkability, data obfuscation, and code quality. Additionally, fundamental information related to legal matters, identity, privacy policies, tracked data, and data custody is crucial in evaluating privacy projects.
We have addressed these aspects by defining a comprehensive Data Manifest, outlining the necessary criteria for privacy-focused projects and built validated variables dataset. Learn more about our Data Manifest
Platform structure and design
Creating a user-friendly, easily navigable, and well-organized project research platform was our next challenge. The platform needed to offer a concise yet powerful overview of projects, including additional scoring based on various categories. Moreover, integrating the Web3Privacy design language was essential for consistency and user experience.
We have meticulously designed the platform's layout and structure using Figma, ensuring simplicity, clarity, and seamless integration of the Web3Privacy design language. [Explore our design file] + [Try prototype]
PrivacyBeat functional MVP
Minimum Viable Product objectives
Web3Privacy research client
Questionnare for privacy focused projects
In order to collect as much relevant data for future platform developments, we would love to ask all included projects (500+) to fill-up their informations and send them easy to use form.
DISCORD AND TELEGRAM USER NAME:
We are applying in main Privacy track and Interface design track only (integrations were out-of-scope)
Part of team was also https://github.com/burningtree that helped with data validation and building project data repository.