Product Adoption: Airbloc’s SDK and DAuth has successfully been integrated into Battle Comics’ mobile application
We are pleased to announce that Airbloc’s SDK and DAuth has been successfully integrated into Battle Comics, a Korean webtoon and comics mobile application platform with more than 1 million users. All Korean users with Battle Comics installed will be able to experience data collection and data consent functionalities on the mobile application itself.
(1) All 1M+ users of Battle Comics (Data Owners) can experience data collection & authorization
In this integration with Battle Comics, DAuth provides a data collection consent-seeking interface for users to consent to the application collecting various forms of data and displays the associated rewards. This way, the individual can more conveniently provide consent to monetize their data with just a few clicks.
First, open the Battle Comics mobile application and enter the event page from the main rolling banner. Thereafter, click on a button to open a modal that opens up the data consent interface. After entering your email, select various types of data to give consent to — such as Content Reading History and Content Purchase Details. DAuth process will be completed when you submit your email address.
All permission records provided by individual data owners through DAuth will be stored on the blockchain through Smart Contracts mounted on the Klaytn platform.
All users who successfully participated in the event will receive one time reward of up to 100 ABL, and 100 ABL will be transferred when Klaytn’s wallet address is entered into Airbloc Tracker. Airbloc Tracker serves as a control panel service allowing individuals (data owners) in the Airbloc ecosystem to track, control and earn from their data flows. Airbloc Tracker will be released in the near future.
In addition, to celebrate our successful integration with Battle Comics, a total of 55 participants will enter a random lucky draw. Out of the 55 participants in the pool, 5 will stand a chance to win a pair of Apple Airpods, and the remaining 50 will be rewarded with BBQ chicken coupons.
Battle Comic’s installation link is as follows:
This integration is a significant milestone for Airbloc as this successful integration with Battle Comics also marks the completion of Airbloc’s SDK and DAuth’s development and design.
(2) Integration of Airbloc DAuth and Airbloc SDK under the new name “DataPocket”
Airbloc DAuth and Airbloc SDK will now henceforth be renamed “DataPocket”. DataPocket has its name derived from our vision of allowing individuals to “assetize their data easily with tools that are readily accessible from right from their ‘pocket’”. This service integration would provide us with a streamlined roadmap, and allow development to be more efficient, and allow us to develop a more user-friendly UI and UX.
(3) Moving deeper into the Kakao-backed Klaytn Ecosystem
As previously detailed in our mainnet deployment article “Airbloc Mainnet — THe Launch, The Direction, and the Future”, we are migrating from the Ethereum ecosystem to the Klaytn-based ecosystem. In this sense, users who agree for Battle Comics to collect and use data through Airbloc’s DataPocket will have their permissions stored on Airbloc’s Smart Contract on Klaytn’s blockchain.
This integration with Battle Comics is the first step towards bigger adoption by other mobile and web applications. We will focus our efforts on deploying Airbloc’s DataPocket into real-world use cases.