Andromeda Orange Paper

The missing layer of tools for massive creation of new web3 apps


Whenever a new technology emerges, it takes some time before tools are developed to make it accessible to users. A good example is the internet’s evolution, where websites have exploded in numbers since the advent of tools such as WordPress that enable users to create a website easily without having to know how to code using drag-and-drop templates. The result has been a significant improvement in internet technology. Previously, companies that wanted to showcase their products on a website needed to have knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and database functionality, which could be very costly in terms of resources. Today, with current website building tools, creating a website or webshop can be done with just a few clicks.
Building a new app on web3 can be very difficult and one of the reason is a lack of user-friendly tools for developers. As a result, in 2023, we mainly see simple apps like NFT marketplaces or DeFi apps in the majority of cases built with monolitic smart contracts. However, this is only a temporary situation as more complex apps will eventually come to the web3 ecosystem. The reason for this is that projects like Andromeda are creating a new layer of tools that make it easier for developers to build more sophisticated web3 apps. With features like drag-and-drop functionality and a user-friendly design, Andromeda is poised to usher in a new era of web3 app Development.
Bringing this tools into blockchain technology to make it more accessible, Andromeda could be the one who provide this missing tools for building web3 apps Easier, Better and Faster.


Andromeda aims to offer a no-code builder functionality that would allow anyone, regardless of their coding knowledge, to create a web3 app in just a few minutes using drag and drop features. This would eliminate the need for developers to spend months coding an app from scratch. Moreover, for more advanced developers, Andromeda provides the opportunity to create new smart contracts and develop new tools. In essence, Andromeda is creating a platform that caters to both novice and experienced developers, making it easier for everyone to build web3 apps in a more efficient and effective manner.

Oftentimes, when a company needs an app to solve a particular problem, they search for existing apps on the web. However, they often find that these apps do not fully meet their needs. They settle for these apps because there are no other options on the market.
But imagine if companies could build their own apps that are tailored to their specific needs without going through a lengthy and costly process of hiring a specific company to build it for them.
Additionally, these custom apps can be updated easily and provide flexibility to the company’s evolving criteria without incurring additional costs. This would save time, money, and provide a better solution to the company’s problem.

Additionally, providing users with already built tools to combine for their own apps not only solves the problem of adapting to existing apps that do not fully meet their needs, but also brings a layer of security.
We all know that security for smart contracts is a major issue when introducing a new smart contract into a protocol. However, if users utilize already built tools that have been audited instead of trying to create new smart contracts and reinvent the wheel every time, it can lead to the creation of more reliable and secure apps for end-users. By building upon existing tools, users can create apps with greater confidence in their security and functionality, ultimately leading to a more trustworthy and successful web3 ecosystem.


NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) and ADOs (Andromeda Digital Objects) are both types of smart contracts, but they serve different purposes.
NFTs are unique digital assets that can represent anything from art and collectibles to virtual real estate or game items. They are often used in blockchain-based marketplaces where users can buy, sell, and trade these assets.

ADOs, on the other hand, are modular smart contract which are composable and designed to work together and combined to each others to create more complex applications.
They are not necessarily unique and can be used by multiple developers to create different applications. The benefit of using ADOs is that developers can save time and resources by not having to create everything from scratch. They can choose and combine the ADOs they need and use the No-Code-Builder tool to quickly build their application without having to write any code.


Andromeda is set to be a game changer in the near future by bringing a much-needed layer of tools for the massive emergence of new apps. This technology is necessary and will likely create a new wave of creativity.
With Andromeda, we will be able to create apps quickly and efficiently without having to learn complex programming languages or hire expensive development teams. This will make app development more accessible to a wider range of people, which will lead to the creation of a large number of new apps in web3. The growing number of new apps on the web3 market will bring new digital habits and trends, and will ultimately lead to the widespread adoption of blockchain technology. Andromeda’s contribution to this process will be significant, as it will provide developers with the necessary tools to create apps faster, better and which are secure, reliable, and user-friendly. As a result, we can expect to see a surge in the development of new apps that are tailored to specific needs and preferences of individual users or companies. This will create a more diverse and dynamic app ecosystem, and will pave the way for the future of decentralized applications.