FLUX Protocol
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FLUX Protocol

Source: Adlai Partners
  • The establishment of a token-curated registry (TCR), which regulates membership in the alliance while also incentivizing data contributions. Individuals and groups listed on the TARA Alliance TCR will have access to the alliance’s data, as well as to interpretive tools for studying it. Because the TCR is decentralized, no single party will control who can join it. This approach not only ensures that membership in the TARA Alliance is based on merit, but also that organizations have an incentive to share data, because doing so will allow them to join the TCR and access the data of others.
  • Building a universal data standard that can be used by all researchers. Here again, decentralization is key to making this task feasible. Establishing a universal data standard and getting everyone to follow it has been nearly impossible to date because such efforts have been centralized. The TARA Alliance’s data standard is not created or owned by any single group. For that reason, it is poised to achieve universal adoption that centralized standards can’t match.
  • Building MICO, an open-hardware platform for data harvesting designed to be compatible with any analog or digital sensors and to interact natively with a blockchain.

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