Datablockchain

Merging Big Data, AI And Blockchain

Pre-ICO: 164 580 000 DBCCoin Tokens Exchange rate: 0.12$ Date: 27/05/2018 00:00:00 UTC – 21/06/2018 23:59:59 Start Bonus: 50%
ICO: 257 420 000 DBCCoin Tokens Exchange rate: 0.12$ Goal: 10 000 000$ Date: 27/06/2018 00:00:00 UTC – 21/07/2018 23:59:59

Review

DataBlockChain.io is a revolutionary data platform that stands to disrupt the way that companies and individuals gather premium data. Our product will democratize data, making it more readily available and less expensive than the current methods of data gathering and vetting. The result is that clients can access specific data sets in a cost-effective and transparent way, collecting exactly what they need without paying for extraneous data. We will merge our own proprietary data with many of the world’s largest databases ranging from government data, industry specific data, voting records, business to business data, property data, credit bureau data, etc. to create a comprehensive variety of data sets valuable to individuals and businesses looking to both attract and retain clients. As a result of our platform, all participants will be able to obtain the exact, nuanced data they are seeking. Because DataBlockChain.io removes the middlemen in the data industry that tend to drive prices up and cause inefficiencies, no order size will be too small to fulfill. This opens up an untapped market of potential clients on a global stage.

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Datablockchain Review 23.04.2018
DataBlockChain.io, in association with Media Direct, Inc. aims to democratize big data and level the data playing field by providing the most comprehensive marketing data solution to all businesses and individuals.
Datablockchain EXEC SUMMARY 23.04.2018
DataBlockChain.io’s objective is to provide a comprehensive solution that serves as both an upgrade to the demand and supply side of the data industry, and solves two key market flaws: disparate data sources and lack of transactional transparency, both in utilization and payment, to data owners.