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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

IOVO - Democratizing Data Monetization for All Participating Parties.

In the blockchain world, there are many ICO projects. The ICO project itself is useful in helping finance in a project that aims to nothing but succeeds in the project. One of which will be discussed is an ICO project called IOVO (Internet of Value Omniledger). What are an IOVO and all about IOVO will be discussed here.

IOVO is DAG, a network database that secures the ownership and management of personal data to reduce the future of diminishing human values. IOVO is designed to allow individuals and entities to retake ownership of their data. IOVO facilitates and automates the process of managing personal data and monetization. IOVO DAG provides infrastructure for each and all future dApps based on user values and/or focuses on data usage, including (but not limited to) finance, credit, insurance, banking, news, and non-monetary payments.


The aim of the IOVO is to democratize monetization of data for all participating parties. While the main function of the IOVO is to collect, store and secure user data that is shared with applications built at IOVO DAG.

There are two main reasons why IOVO is needed, namely:
  1. Large organizations harvest and process data produced by the activities of almost every human being on the planet. Individuals do not have control over this, and they do not have technical assistance to determine how their data is used. Data is harvested and monetized while individuals who produce data do not see the benefits. Once centralized, this personal data is easily used by unauthorized and often hostile entities.
  2. There is a need for a cumulative universal database that can be easily accessed and analyzed. IOVO DAG is a comprehensive network database that can be accessed by analysts and researchers from every field.

The facilities provided by the IOVO for several participating parties include:
  1. USER
    The IOVO provides ownership to users and full control of digital values ​​and their privacy, along with the data transfer process that shifts from large data collection organizations to end users. The benefits of IOVO for users include:
    • Data wallet and access to the IOVO network
    • Data ownership
    • Data security and transparency
    • Data monetization
    • Anonymity.
    IOVO guarantees full data security for decentralized application and application operators. It also facilitates the monetization of this data (with user approval) and supports user growth by meeting stringent data security and privacy standards. IOVO benefits for dApp and application owners include:
    • Access to a comprehensive global database through a data wallet
    • Monetization of data owned
    • Data security
    • Acquisition of more users
    • The history that cannot be modified.
    IOVO is a strong network database for search, analysis, and inference. This infrastructure is very analytical friendly and is equipped with easy access to external analytical tools. Researchers and analysts can also use the tools and solutions delivered by IOVO. IOVO benefits for companies and data analysts include:
    • Large data access to complete the network
    • Data research and analysis
    • Full anonymity
    • Direct contact with users surveyed
    • Secure and historical data storage that cannot be modified.

By combining all types of personal data generated by dApps users based on DAG, IOVO serves as a complete large data infrastructure that is able to provide answers to complex research and analysis questions. So, IOVO returns data control back to the people who made it, along with the freedom to manage and monetize all their digital records.

That is a brief review of IOVO. for more details, just visit the official site Hopefully, this article is useful for all of us who read it.


Team & Advisors

  • Krzysztof Gagacki - Co-Founder
  • Joshua Hong - Head of investments
  • Zbigniew Kostrzewa - Co-Founder
  • Maciek Żakowski - Creative Director
  • Mariusz Mac - Head of community
  • Łukasz Majewski - CTO
  • Robert Rhodin - Business Developer
  • Magda Makowska - Head of communications
  • Łukasz Mazurek - Head of cryptography
  • Remigiusz Kwiatkowski - Blockchain developer
  • Bartosz Lach - Blockchain developer
  • Kamil Kiełczewski - Wallet developer
  • Tomek Odrzygóżdż - Blockchain developer
  • Krzysztof Kunowski - Head of mobile 
  • Brittany Kaiser - Executive Advisor
  • Dongliang Gao - Executive Advisor
  • Dan Jeffries - Advisor
  • Nicolette Kahen - Advisor

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Monday, June 25, 2018

Goods Digital Passport (GDP) - Provides information on important product data using blockchain technology

Authenticity and product information is paramount for consumers in deciding to use it. Therefore, each product should publish either from the website or directly in the product itself. In this regard, an ICO project has utilized blockchain technology in its project called Goods Digital Passports (GDP).

Goods Digital Passports uses blockchain technology to provide information on important product data that is Origin, Authenticity and Ownership. Counterfeiting is an enormous problem that is growing rapidly damaging the economy and is dangerous. for example, From luxury bags to artwork, used products, and other items often purchased online can be forged. All due to lack of information. Therefore, GDP is the solution by bringing in blockchain technology to track the history of all products at a low cost so that no one can be deceived by a fake product.

Goods Digital Passport (GDP) is the beginning of an ecological system that not only has a significant impact on counterfeit goods but will allow consumers to understand the products they buy.

There are several GDB Platform Architectures, among others:

  1. User Access Control
    Manufacturers can register with the platform. Once the admin grants them access after verifying the KYC details, they can use the portal. Manufacturers can connect to other agents who buy products from the manufacturer and sell them in the market. Only authorized manufacturers/admins can access the platform. Consumers may register to the system or may be invited by the manufacturer/agent when purchasing the product. 
  2. Product registration
    Only registered agents can register new products on the GDP platform. Smart blockchain contracts for products will be made at this stage. This smart contract can have many entities of the same product in batch or item level. Once a smart GDP contract for a product is created, it can not be modified as it will be used on the distributed blockchain. Only authorized registered manufacturers/agents can access registered products and create many entities from those products, all of which will enter the same smart contract of GDP product. Ex. Smart GDP Watch contract keeps all watch entity information, has different serial numbers, colours, prices, origin, and more.
  3. Product QR Code Detail Scannable
    After the details of the product entity are completed in a smart contract for the product, the system will generate QR code for each product entity, which can be used to track product details. The PDB manufacturer/agent can select a product information template that specifies specific product information in which format to display on web pages related to QR code. When consumers purchase products from the manufacturer/agent they transfer ownership of the product entity to the consumer. After that, the consumer will have all the right product information to allow on the web page related QR code. Manufacturers/agents now can only view product entities using QR codes shared by consumers.
  4. Transfer of ownership
    When the owner of the product entity sells the product to another consumer, the former owner may invite the new owner to join the platform, and after the new owner's registration succeeds, the old owner may transfer the ownership to the new owner. After that, the old owner can only view product information using QR code. New owners can update what product information templates are allowed on web pages related to QR code.
  5. Insurance & Certification
    The owner distributes the product information to the insurance company to prove ownership of the product and to prove that it has the product from the original source.
  6. Verification on Public Blockchain Explorer
    Because we make separate smart contracts for each product that has multiple entities, we can also share standard Ethereum network explorer links such as ether to verify product originality, authenticity & ownership in decentralized blockchain networks.

From the above explanation, it is very clear that GDP is very useful for us.

Token Value & ICO

Total Token Supply
Total Token Supply for Sale at ICO
Team, Community and Growth
Unsold Tokens Burned
Soft Cap
1000 ETH
Hard Cap
35,000 ETH

GDP Tokens will sell 85% of tokens during the ICO period. Unsold tokens from that period will be burned. 15% of tokens issued to the team will be locked in for a period of 24 months.

GDP Team

TARAS TSARENKO - Lead Technical Development
IVAN SOLOMICHEV - Blockchain Expert
Devendra R - Blockchain / Ethereum Expert
Kashyap Prajapati - Blockchain Team Lead
Ilesh Malani - Blockchain Ethereum Developer
DANIEL HARBUZ - Head Marketing
DEEP JOHAL - Head of Community Growth
KHRYSTYNA MILIAK - Technical Project Manager
AMANDA CASWELL - PR and Social Media
JACOB PARKER-BOWLES - Cyber Security & Financial Crime

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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Dataeum - The first blockchain-based platform that uses crowdsourcing to enable 100% collection of all global physical data with 100% accuracy

Data is a collection of information about something/a person. Businesses use some form of data to drive growth. Unconsciously, humans have become a means of collecting data through their actions, movements, and behaviors, creating value for others. Therefore data is very important. Thus, there is a blockchain technology that deals with data called Dataeum.

Dataeum aims to disrupt the existing paradigm, creating the first blockchain-based platform that uses crowdsourcing to enable 100% gathering of all global physical data with 100% accuracy, carried out through mobile applications and using the distributed workforce of "collectors" incentivized in token XDT. Dataeum takes care of the challenges of data ownership and data reliability. Data needs to be decentralized, disintermediated, and given incentives. Using crowdsourcing, Dataeum will offer the first collaborative and decentralized platform for data generation.

Disintermediation will be brought to the data ecosystem by the Dataeum platform where data will flow freely and securely between the data collector and the acquirer. Dataeum's role is to create highly scalable and highly reliable platforms and secure relationships between both parties. Decentralization made possible by Blockchain suppresses intermediaries and directly connects users to the data acquisition. Blockchain and Smart Contracts technology provide full transparency about how data is collected, verified, updated, and ensures rewards for collectors.

Dataeum puts people at the center of the data economy, completely changing the way data is generated. Blockchain technology not only provides transparency about how this data is made but also ensures the quality and trustworthiness of anyone looking for quality data. Dataeum will be the backbone of the first decentralized and collaborative network for the creation of physical data. Supported by blockchain, this will ensure the transparency of the data generation process, its collection, and its accuracy.


The Dataeum platform will be built on top of different technology layers to ensure the efficiency, security, and flexibility of data collection up to its availability in the marketplace. But there are major challenges that need to be addressed:
  1. SpeedThe ability to respond in real time to multiple read/write requests
  2. Scalability
    The ability to adapt to the increasing load and the amount of data recordings that are constantly changing
  3. Flexibility
    The structure of recorded data can evolve with the proposed service
  4. Accessibility
    The data should be stored as structured data and taken through follow-up questions
  5. Cost control
    High demand for reading/writing should not lead to excessive costs
  6. Immutability
    Data cannot be modified or removed to ensure its integrity.

BigchainDB will be used as a storage solution for collected data. traditional distributed databases and blockchain. One of the points raised is to make data flexibility coexist with eternity because these two ideas become the conflict. Indeed, conservation prevents data updates and deletions, common to any "traditional" database. BigchainDB responds to this conflict by applying the CRAB (Create-Read-Append-Burn) method. This allows data to be updated by creating a new version of the data. Focusing on scalability, BigchainDB offers speeds of more than 1 million pics per second, increased petabyte (1,000 TB) capacity with each node added, structured object storage, advanced queries, and rich permissions models.

Any collected physical data requires at least one image associated with the visual elements associated with the collection. Media storage will be supported by a new technology layer, IPFS. It is based on a peer-to-peer system that provides decentralized resource hosting across each network node. Thus, every resource is duplicated and versioned, making the infrastructure infallible.

Here's a summary of the interoperable modules used by Dataeum:
  • Token Dataeum XDT, Token ERC20 based on the Ethereum platform;
  • The Dataeum platform wallet where tokens made during TGE (Token Generation Event) will be stored;
  • BigchainDB-based data storage (;
  • Media file storage space based on IPFS (

XDT Token

Dataeum will launch a token called an XDT token. This token will be the basis of exchange across the network. This will allow interactions between services that are as follows:
  • Data collection:
    prizes to collectors for their participation in physical data collection and flow data
  • Data licenses (leases):
    data acquirers for the use of physical data and flow data
  • Data consultation:
    for each Token holder
  • Acquisition of data ownership exploitation (DOE):
    for each Token holder
  • Community role extension:
    enables other market participants to interact with the community
  • Interaction of community members with members:
    enable members of the community to interact with each other
  • Merchant interactions:
    allows merchants to interact with community members.

While the function of Token XDT is:
  • To access and interact with service platforms: data consulting, data licensing, data acquisition exploitation (DOE), interaction with the community
  • To benefit from participation in DOE
  • To reward community members for their different actions such as the creation of physical data
  • To reward community members for sharing their stream data
  • Benefit from discounts and make purchases from merchants
  • To offer a mission to the community
  • To enable each member of the community to interact with each other
  • To appreciate the quality actions taken by community members.

So the conclusion is that DATAEUM ALLOWS A PHYSICAL AND ACCURATE DATA COLLECTION. Therefore, for success together let's join in this project.

Token Sale

ICO details
Total XDT issued
1 000 000 000 XDT
Total ICO Tokens
500 000 000 XDT
Price / Token
1 ETH = 12 000 XDT
Hard Cap
35 000 ETH
Pre Sale
JULY 2, 2018
Public Sale
AUGUST 20, 2018

Team & Advisors

  • Charly Pham - CEO 
  • Billy Pham - COO 
  • Michael Trajkovic - CPO/CMO 
  • Alain Rabahi -CTO 
  • Hoa Thai Son - Head of Product 
  • Thanh-Quy Nguyen - Blockchain Developer 
  • Constance du Breuil - Marketing Executive 
  • Gaelle Bouvier - Head of Communication 
  • Maxime Mechin - Designer UX / UI 
  • Anders Larsson
  • Simon CockingIan Scarffe
  • Joakim Holmer
  • Mikhail Zelenin
  • Sébastien Bourguignon
  • Justin Jovanovic
  • Christian Kosiek
  • Edgar Kampers
  • Ilya Anikin
  • Naviin Kapoor

Quik Links

Ann Thread

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