The beauty of Web3 is that everyone owns their data. However due to blockchain technology's inefficient design, combined with a lack of specification standards, accessing and presenting your own or your users' Web3 data is an extremely difficult task. That's why I made the open-source project Unidata, to give Web3 developers easy access to human-friendly Web3 data.
Ethereum NFT data is by far the most commonly used data in Web3, so I will use Ethereum NFT as an example.
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To address the first issue, Unidata has designed a series of user-friendly and uniform data specifications, divided into four sections - Profiles, Links, Assets and Notes. Ethereum NFT falls under the Assets specification. With a fixed data format returned by Unidata, the front-end no longer has to do the troublesome work of adapting a confusing data format.
It is also worth noting that Unidata currently supports Solana NFT in addition to Ethereum NFT, and that the data specifications for Ethereum NFT and Solana NFT are unified. Unidata will continue to support more Assets sources, all of which will also have unified specifications.
Once the first issue was solved, the second is easy: Unidata's approach is to unify and aggregate the data returned by the various services into the same format. For example, the OpenSea service supports the mainnet, the Alchemy service supports Polygon, the Moralis service supports BSC, Arbitrum and fantom, and the POAP service supports POAP NFT for the Gnosis chain. With a single line of code from Unidata, you can use these services to get all the NFTs for mainnet, Polygon, BSC, Arbitrum, fantom and POAP at the same time. An online demo can be seen here.
In addition to Assets, Unidata has Profiles, Links and Notes sections.
Assets currently supports Ethereum NFT(mainnet, Polygon, BSC, Arbitrum, Fantom, Gnosis, POAP), Solana NFT, Alchemy, Solscan, Moralis, OpenSea.
Notes currently supports Mirror Entry, Ethereum NFT Activity(mainnet, Polygon, BSC, Arbitrum, Fantom, Gnosis, POAP), RSS3.
Profiles currently supports ENS, Crossbell, Infura.
Links currently supports CyberConnect.
Many more are being added and you can see all the services and data sources currently supported in the documentation.