F.A.Q., Part XVII
— What information will the application collect?
The type of information collected on the platform will be the so-called physical data, focused primarily on map/business details. This means things like up to date addresses, phone number, hours of service and so on.
— How are the data collected? How are they handled?
The data will be collected via crowdsourcing, which means that users from around the world can upload new information, verify previously uploaded information and get rewarded for it.
— What will the information be used for?
It will be used by:
- Maps or mapping and geolocation services use data to complete, update and enrich their services;
- Companies seeking to complete their BtoB databases for prospecting, listing, mailing, telemarketing, statistics, etc.;
- Artificial Intelligence services needing access to accurate and updated information to provide autonomous solutions;
- B2C services Geo-targeting users in order to promote goods and services;
- Public services and governments for statistical, census and urban landscape development purposes;
- And more generally, all individuals using physical data to determine their location and interact with the elements of their environment;
— How will the information be stored?
The information will be stored on the blockchain.
— To whom will you sell the information, if you want?
We won’t sell it, but you can. The data will be accessible for use in a decentralized market, according to the different needs of each market player.
— What do I get for the tokens in the application?
You can use the tokens to buy access to data, and you will also be paid in the tokens for contributing valid information.
— Do I understand it correctly that I will be able to open the entire map with all the information for the tokens?
You do not create a map as a contributor, you simply are adding to a database of physical data that can then be used to keep maps updated.
— What problems can your project solve?
As the amount of data available keeps increasing, Dataeum tackles the challenges of data ownership and data reliability. Data needs to be decentralized, disintermediated, and incentivized. Rising collaborative solutions using the Blockchain and Smart Contracts now make it possible.
But truthfully, Dataeum’s capabilities extend beyond our scope of imagination. Try reading this one: https://medium.com/dataeum/dataeum-x-action-contre-la-faim-56ec14d0430
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