This week we held our very first live Q&A session on the REOS YouTube channel with Project Lead Leon Bian and Head of Marketing & BD Jay Cheng. After sharing a bit about their backgrounds, Leon and Jay answered questions submitted by our community members via our social media platforms.
In case you missed it, here is a recap of the questions & answers:
Q: Will there be patent rights for the content submitted to REOS or how will the content be available for use?
Jay: Yes, any content submitted will be recorded on the blockchain to ensure proper attribution of ownership. The content will be available through the DApps on our platform. The content creators are the rightful owners of their own work. REOS is merely a platform that helps facilitate monetization and licensing of content with content creators’ interests in mind. …
Hello REOS community!
It’s been almost a month since our last roadshow update and our team hasn’t stopped since. Here’s a quick summary of what we’ve been up to:
Blockchain has the following important characteristics that make it ideal to use in REOS:
• Decentralization: Data are held across the blockchain network, which eliminates the risks and vulnerabilities that come with storing data centrally, such as central point of failure and data loss.
• Openness: A public blockchain makes its data transparent to everyone involved. It is permission-less, which means that applications can be added to the network without the approval or trust of others.
• Security: Blockchain offers high-level of security against fraudulent activity such as data tampering and identity theft.
Last week we held our very first REOS Meetup at the WorkCentral co-working space in Singapore. Despite being held on a rainy Friday evening, we were pleasantly surprised to get a full house!
REOSchain is the main blockchain for the REOS community where all digital content contributed by content creators is registered on. It ensures accurate attribution of ownership of the digital assets while providing a “Voting by Stakes” mechanism to validate the truthfulness of the content.
The last couple of weeks have been hectic but incredibly exciting for the REOS team. We have been traveling the world, presenting our project in multiple blockchain-related events.
Here’s a quick summary of where we’ve been and where we’ll be next.