HDAC Platform based on Blockchain Support IoT
HDAC has and continues to develop decentralized lead generation technology founded upon the idea of crowdsourcing data collection and blockchain technology , ervice will reduce costs for search and validation of the audience required for business. Such search will be performed by an agent upon request. The agent will be motivated by token HDAC for work performed and accepted.
Blockchain Support IoT
The use of private blockchains is only practical if they are able to interact with a public blockchain which is already operating. In this regard, we provide Hdac — a platform and cryptocurrency-enabled public blockchain that can be effectively used with multiple private blockchains. In other words, with our blockchain-by-use, micropayments are possible beyond the P2P settlement of the public blockchain. In a controlled private blockchain network, we implement Machine Currency for mutual contracts and payment between IoT devices, thereby enabling more accessible, reliable, and secure consumption and payment processes.
the measurement data processing part of the device transmits the IoT contract value to the measuring device and starts the operation. At this time, the activated device will operate until it transmits a signal indicating that the specified IoT contract value has reached the level as indicated by the measuring device.
Experts have predicted that by 2025 there will be up to 30 billion connected devices, a number of which you regularly use on a daily basis. From smart homes, smart cars and smart watches to fitness trackers, VR headsets and any other wearable device (or indeed any device at all, for that matter) you could possibly imagine, the opportunity for safe and efficient “hyper-connectivity” is endless.
Our goal is to harness that opportunity to help you go “Beyond the Human Pay”. Through secure Blockchain technology, Hdac can assign contracts to all your smart devices to fit your life pattern. In layman’s terms, we make your life easier.
So, why Hdac? We’re a trust-based, next generation digital service platform. And we’re just getting started.
Technically speaking, , searching as a web-agent. The search agent will scan information from publicly-accessible web pages, passing along text-based and other information about leads from web pages, public databases, and/or open catalogues. With thousands of search bots, we will be able to constantly update the information in real-time.
HDAC decentralized web-search will scan and send data about people, their skills, work histories, and interests, thus creating a database by using information from publicly-accessible sources. HDAC will then discover connections between data points by intersecting them and continuously replenishing the database.
The Hdac TGE target is 6,000BTC
Exchange rate : 0.1BTC = 1,800dac
Don’t miss out!
- The total market capitalization of Bitcoin recently crossed $100bn.
* ‘IoT’ is estimated to boost global GDP by $10-$15 trillion in the next 20
The total issuance volume will be 12 billion Hdac.
- 17% of Hdac will be kept for capital reserve.
- 27% of Hdac will be distributed to the Hdac presale / TGE participants.
- 3The remaining 86% of Hdac can be earned through equitable ‘ePoW’ mining.
The first block reward will be 5,000 Hdac.
Anyone can participate in the Hdac mining for the next 170 years.
Use of Proceeds
re-mined Hdac will be used as follows. (14% of the total)
Capital reserve (A+B : 7%)
- A35% of pre-mined Hdac will be kept for capital reserve.
35% Capital Reserves
- B15% of pre-mined Hdac will be kept by Hdac foundation & Hdac technology AG for capital reserve.
1% Hdac foundation / 14% Hdac technology AG
The funds raised through presale & TGE will be used as below (C+D+E : 7%)
- C24% of pre-mined Hdac will be used to implement Hdac technology.
12% Hdac Core R&D / 5% Hdac IoT Hardware R&D / 7% Operation
- D11% of pre-mined Hdac will be used for global marketing,
managing social media channels, advisors, and bounty programs.
11% Global Marketing
- E15% of pre-mined Hdac will be used to create infrastructure, ecosystem organisation, liquidity management and activation.
11% Strategic Partners / 4% Business Development
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Hdac consensus algorithm — launched
- Hdac operating environment field test — completed
- Hardware Wallet — to launch
- Advanced Security Module — to launch
- Hdac apps API — to launch
- Hdac operating environment — to launch
- Hdac IoT Contract PoC
- IoT authentication and device control
- Private Blockchain PoC
- Smart IoT diffusion PoC
- Practical application of Hdac IoT Contract & Smart Home — to launch
- Practical application of Hdac IoT Contract & Smart Factory — to launch
- Hdac Hybrid Blockchain — development
- IoT High Speed Transaction Distributed Processing Blockchain — development
- Private Blockchain Security Enhancements , Advanced Security Module Ver 2.0 — to launch
- Hdac Hybrid Blockchain Network Live Operation
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