April 25th, 2018 at 8:39 pm UTC · 3 min read
DataBroker DAO, a decentralized platform that enables individuals and organizations to sell and buy sensor data for research and analysis, has announced a list of dates for its globe trotting roadshow, starting April 16th.
Modern technology has seen an explosion of different sensor devices being in our daily lives. DataBroker DAO plans to allow owners of these devices to sell their data to buyers, unlocking a largely untapped market.
Researchers and organizations have a tough time looking for data from users, often buying it at a hefty premium from big data companies. The source and ethical collection of data is always a hot topic – now, DataBroker eliminates the middleman and connects buyers and sellers in a cheaper and ethical manner.
DataBroker DAO is taking part in different conferences and forums all over the world to meet like minded individuals and organizations in order to inform and show people what the platform is capable of. The schedule is as follows:
DataBroker already has its beta version of its trading platform open for public, allowing people to understand and learn how the marketplace will function. The platform will soon undergo its main Token Sale.
The sale will last a month and there will be a 10% bonus for investors buying the DTX token in the first week.
The tokens will be available for trade after one week of the sale end on Chankura.com. The data trading platform will soon shift to the mainnet in mid Q2 2018 along with integrating gateway operators into its system to allow for mass onboarding of sensor devices.
The DTX is available for $0.23 per token in the pre sale, with an additional 50% bonus. A minimum of 10 ETH must be invested in the pre sale. The main event will see DTX bonuses being reduced to 10% in the first week.
DataBroker DAO brings owners of isolated data collected from millions of sensory devices from all over the world to a single platform where users seeking the data can ethically buy it. The platform gives data owners a way to earn by monetizing upon the data they only choose to sell.
Disclaimer: Databroker DAO is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. Cryptocurrencies and tokens are extremely volatile. There is no guarantee of a stable value, or of any value at all. Token sales are only suitable for individuals with a high risk tolerance. Only participate in a token event with what you can afford to lose.