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Sharing Decentralised Data

This article discusses sharing decentralised data using blockchain smart contracts and data vaults.

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Alice and Bob want to share data, but not in a centralised way. Centralised data is held at one location or by one company. That puts the data at risk of being insecure, public, uncontrolled — in short, abused.




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Jules Goddard

Jules Goddard

Experienced high-integrity software engineer, crypto code compactor and Datona Labs founder — providing smart contracts to protect your digital information.

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