Multidimensional open source intelligence

“You don’t need to know everything. You just need to know everyone who knows something.”

Screenshot of live target map from DataDB

Since the initial project launch 2 months ago, our Open Source Intelligence Database has grown to include 867 data sources and 3960 data feeds. Additionally, we added several new metrics to our core target data points. These new metrics encompass everything from graphics, social media, and contact information, to industry classifications, business relationships, and live data feeds.

Our approach to collecting open-source intelligence for this project begins at the point of monetary origin (central banks) and progresses downward through the standard distribution channels of national governments around the world. We passed our first milestone when we completed entering all central banks and monetary authorities into our database on January 30th. Our team was excited to formally cross the second major milestone in this project last evening. Our database now contains every national government in the world.

Highest density endpoint tags (DataDB)

While many comprehensive information resources exist (Wikipedia, Crunchbase, CityData, etc.), few of them provide access to multidimensional analysis features. Such features enable the user to analyze the data without being confined to a strictly linear or rigid category-based approach. As a result, our multidimensional and open-source approach to economic, political, and business data maximizes the number of actionable insights that can be derived from such complex data.

DataDB is entirely free and open-source. We welcome you to utilize this ongoing project of ours to further your research and business activities. If you are researching a specific industry or topic that we have not covered in our database, or if you have internal datasets that you need to be analyzed, please reach out to us and our team will be happy to assist you.

Explore DataDB here: https://resonova.com/research/datadb/


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Chart Watch: High quality, full screen crypto and finance charts with no login needed

Most people who own cryptocurrency have placed a trade on a cryptocurrency exchange at some point in time – especially those who made a purchase prior to the rise of platforms like Coinbase. Since the early days of cryptocurrency, many on-ramping services have been established and many people who now own Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies have never had the need to open an account on a cryptocurrency exchange. Despite the convenience of the many on-ramping services available, the need to keep an eye on the current prices of cryptocurrency with a high quality chart still exists and often remains unmet.

Several price tracking apps and sites are available for individuals who wish to follow the price action of cryptocurrency and other financial assets. These platforms, however, often require an account or, at the very least, require users to navigate a highly sophisticated interface to find the appropriate chart for what they wish to view.

We recognized these complications and decided to built a tool to help simplify the situation.

https://chart.watch/

Chart Watch is a tool that provides high quality, high visibility cryptocurrency charts without the need to create an account or provide any information.

https://chart.watch/

Chart Watch was built using the charting engine provided by TradingView and automatically defaults to full screen mode upon entry. It gets straight down to business. It removes the hassle from getting the financial price information you want. Better yet, it’s completely free (and always will be).

A total of 26 different cryptocurrency exchanges are currently supported and can be easily toggled between using the embedded interface. In addition to cryptocurrency, the major exchanges for traditional stocks, futures, and forex are also available.

Have suggestions on how we can make this tool better? Let us know in the comments below!


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