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How does blockchain technology break through data bottlenecks to contribute to big health

In the big data era, the value of data is recognized and valued by many countries. Thanks to the continuous breakthrough of technology and improvements in medical data infrastructure, the usability and scale of medical data are growing rapidly at an unprecedented speed.

However, there is still some data beneficial to medical research that have not been mined. With the development of blockchain and privacy computation technology, these data can not only promote medical development through secure sharing, but also bring benefits to data sharers as personal assets.

There are a variety of big health data, and sleep data is the simplest and most important part. As early as 2015, the CDC warned that “lack of sleep has become a serious public health problem”. According to the analysis of medical scholars, sharing and analysis of the public’s sleep data can not only help people with insomnia better improve issues in health management, but also contribute to clinical research.

Sleep data is a personal asset that everyone has. The core condition to realize data monetization is the confirmation of data ownership. NFT, or Non-Fungible Token, previously most commonly utilized as digital art with authenticated ownership, is the most appropriate solution to solve the problem of data ownership. NFT is unique and inseparable. Whether to authenticate a collection of encrypted works of art or assets in the Metaverse, NFTs enable secure and incorruptible ownership confirmation.

Take the GoodData blockchain as an example. On the GoodData blockchain, everyone can join and obtain an exclusive NFT as the identity of the data sharer in the blockchain. GoodData combines secure multi-party computation and privacy computation technology in protecting data privacy, which ensures that the data itself will not be exposed in the process of sharing and using. Users can obtain the corresponding token reward by sharing their own data. The more data users share, the more rewards they will receive.

One of the most important facets in the 21st century, data impacts all walks of life. In the future, as humanity continues to innovate, data will only grow greater in value. GoodData will continue to explore and forge ahead on the path towards uncovering the true value of data.

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A next-gen Metaverse-ready, secure decentralized platform that unearths the real value of NFTs via our multi-role NFT “Cyborg-Goody”.

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