A Web3 Data Cloud

Oort 101

What is Oort?

Oort is a decentralized data cloud that provides best-in-class privacy, enterprise-grade performance, and cost efficiency.

Oort's Vision

Oort enables users to fully OWN and CONTROL their data and creates a world where NATURAL LANGUAGE is the sole tool needed for data interaction.

Why Oort?

As the first mover in the domain of intelligent and trust Web3 data cloud, Oort technologies are backed by US patents and academic publications. Oort has built strong partnerships/Clients with 40+ projects/companies such as Dell, Storj, Tencent Cloud, and Spearhead, as well as with 20+ elite universities in the U.S., such as Harvard, MIT, and the University of Chicago.

The Team Behind Oort

The core team members in New York come from world-recognized organizations, such as Columbia University, Qualcomm, AT&T, JP Morgan, and more.

What does “Oort” mean?

Our name, Oort, is taken from Oort Cloud, the theoretical edge of our solar system and human civilization.
Introducing Oort, the Web3 Data Cloud

What are the current industry pain points?

Problem: Low User Adoption of Decentralized Infrastructure
Decentralization offers benefits but loses fundamentals of infrastructure that users heavily rely on

Oort's Solution

Oort's core technology and AI Interaction drive the massive adoption of decentralized infrastructure.
[1] Patent: “Methods and Apparatus for Verifying Processing Results and/or Taking Corrective Actions in Response to A Detected Invalid Result”, S.N. 16/370,629, April. 6th, 2021; [2] Patent: “Methods and Apparatus for Performing Distributed Computing using Blockchain”, US16/274,178, Aug. 31st, 2021; [3] Paper: “Distributed LDPC Coding Scheme for Low Storage Blockchain Systems”, IEEE Journal Internet of Things 7 (8), 7054-7071, 2020.


Save up to 80% by utilizing Oort’s optimized decentralized infrastructure resources around the globe.


Oort’s talk-to-data service redefines the way of data interaction for faster decision-making and business outcomes.


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Community Driven

Work and collaborate seamlessly with experts worldwide to build and develop Oort ecosystem. All contributions are rewarded.

How Does Oort Work?

Oort is a decentralized data cloud built by the community. Oort's system architecture is comprised of three essential parts: the interface layer, the infrastructure Layer, and the community.
System Architecture

The Interface Layer

Oort's interface layer provides fast query APIs and Web3 native tools and templates to enable a faster transition towards Web3 for developers worldwide.

The Infrastructure Layer

Oort's infrastructure layer employs an innovative three-tier node architecture that facilitates efficient and reliable hot and cold data services.
The three tiers are:
  • Super Nodes: public and private cloud serves
  • Edge Nodes: small devices with storage and compute capabilities for homes and offices
  • Backup Nodes: the storage nodes of Filecoin, Storj, Crust, and Arweave that have been integrated into Oort
The Oort Layer-1 Olympus Protocol, operating on the infrastructure layer, seamlessly integrates the three-tier nodes worldwide: super nodes, edge nodes, and backup nodes. The patented Proof of Honesty (PoH), one consensus algorithm of Olympus Protocol, enables businesses to run applications on a trustless decentralized infrastructure.
The Olympus Protocol is an original DAG-based layer-1 blockchain that provides consensus and incentives to geo-distributed infrastructure nodes around the world.

The Community

Oort's global community consists of three identities that are contributing to Oort's network in various ways.
  • Service Provider (Interface Layer): develop tools for query APIs, data analytics, management, migration, and templates for NFT, DeFi, etc.
  • Infrastructure Provider (Infrastructure Layer): integrate seamlessly with public & private clouds, IPFS nodes, and community-deployed edge devices
  • Data Provider: easily and securely access on-chain data from all major blockchains and off-chain data from global sources
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