Dayta My Data, My Choice
Welcome to the Dayta Community!
The Dayta ecosystem introduces a personal data management framework that enables users to manage their data, monitor the use of their data, and trade access to their data.
What is Dayta ?
Dayta is a unique personal data service that combines the user needs for security with the financial need for compensation of their data’s usage. Dayta also creates an ecosystem in which marketing and data analytics industries are disrupted, with the users at the centre of financial gain and complete control over their personal data.
✅ Blockchain audit of personal data contracts
✅Utility token used to authenticate users and companies
✅Profit model for sharing personal information
✅Identification and verification security built in
✅Personal information marketplace header
WHY DAYTA ?
Take control of your personal information.
The Dayta ecosystem introduces a personal data management framework that enables users to manage their data, monitor use of their data, and trade access to their data.
DAYTA AIM ?
Our aim is to ensure all participants from companies to users, protect and profit from a unified personal information blockchain which will ensure efficient data audit and transparent smart contracts and agreements.
The Dayta vision is to solve multiple data protection, consent and privacy issues all at once, The team has designed a roadmap to build a secure, easy-to-use and robust personal information Dapp and exchange mechanism within an integrated, digital ecosystem. Our aim to ensure all participants from companies to users protect and profit from a unified personal information blockchain which will ensure efficient data audit and transparent smart contracts and agreements.
What data is being used?
You’ve made a purchase online and accept that your name and address are needed for posting your item, and assuming you’ve consented to marketing (a GDPR requirement), you are aware that you will be marketed to in the near future. But which of your data will be used, and for what purpose? There is not anything wrong with marketing analysis, but you should know if your age, gender and city of residence are being used as part of marketing research and analytics.
How is your data being used?
What is less well known is whether or not customers affected even knew their personal data was being used. GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will certainly help European and UK users, and is a guide for the rest of the world in leading data protection and data privacy regulation on a mass scale. Often you believe your data being processed is something to do with the services that you think you’ve signed up for, but behavioural marketing data analysis, analytical assessments of transaction history, customer usage patterns, customer profiles, and so on are often being carried out to determine the best way to convince you to buy more.
By who is your data being used?
The usage of personal data is not just sitting in a ‘database’ within the headquarters of a company you interact with. There are often dozens of databases, spreadsheets, data ‘lakes’, some on hardware the company owns, some using cloud services, others using external data providers to process the data on their behalf. In addition to the dozens of departments within a retailer that you’ve purchased a product from, there are marketing companies, customer research agencies, data storage companies, archive companies, data processors, data analytics companies, advertising agencies, and so on, that are also using this data for that same retailer. Your data, especially in relation to marketing consent, is being used to push forward often aggressive sales and revenue targets promised to shareholders. Should you not profit from this activity as well or is the basic discount (that is often given on a hyper-inflated retail price) and bothersome messaging a sufficient reward for your most valuable commodity: Your identity.
Where is your data being processed?
The data can and often is processed on behalf of the company you think is handling your data by another company(s), some in your country, some not. And the processing need not occur in one site, but on multiple sites across the globe. For example, would you like a say if your data was to be transferred offshore, even if GDPR requirements have been implemented at the chosen location? This is as much about security as it is preference and choice.
Token Name => DAYTA
Token Type => ERC20
Token Supply for sale => 1,500,000,000 DAYTA
Pre-ICO Sales Date => May 01st 2019
ICO public Sale => May 11th 2019
Payment Method => ETH, BTC, LTC, DASH
ICO Public sale: May 11, 2019 (12:05 AM)
Minimal transaction amount: 1 ETH/ 0.1 BTC/ 3 LTC /2 DASH
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