Dataeum is on a mission to put humans at the centre of the ‘Data Ecosystem’. Lan was drawn to this project because of its clever use of blockchain technology, which along with smart contracts and crowdsourcing, powers Dataeum’s solution to enable reliable and accurate collections of any physical data.
Thanks to Dataeum, value can now be returned to those who create data. This is only made possible with decentralisation; without middlemen, brokers or any third parties.
Dataeum is putting humans at the centre of the data economy, completely changing the way data is generated. Blockchain technology not only provides transparency on how this data generation is made, but also ensures quality and trust towards anyone looking for qualified data.
The data market is estimated at over Three Trillion Dollars. Without even knowing it, humans have become instruments of data collection through their actions, movements and behaviours, thus creating value for others.
Dataeum aims to disrupt the existing paradigm, by creating the first blockchain-based platform which uses crowdsourcing to enable the collection of 100% of all global physical data (such as stores, gas stations, traﬃc signs, etc) anywhere in the world, with 100% accuracy.
It does this through a mobile app and by using a distributed workforce of “collectors” who are in- centivised.
Dataeum is set to become the most used data blockchain in the real world thanks to its community that will collect millions of physical data around the globe.
By using a mobile application to gather this data, Dataeum’s solution has already proven its eﬃ- ciency and profitability during three completed collection campaigns in Paris, Barcelona and Lon- don, where 300,000 physical data have been successfully collected.
The implementation of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality technologies will enable au- tomatic and instant recognition of any available visual information. This will speed up the data collection process. In the end, the collector will only have to carry out validation work as the initial input is fully automated.