We in the Dayta project believe that your personal information is yours to consume, withhold, disseminate and manage as you see fit. GDPR and other data protection and data privacy regulations will help with this, especially in relation to marketing consent and 3rd party organisations that manage data. However, it is not the intention of regulatory authorities and legal frameworks to bludgeon businesses into avoiding the use of our personal data but make clear their responsibilities and the extent to which they are accountable for its use and safe-keeping, building on previous complimentary regulations such as the Data Privacy Directive (DPD), ePrivacy Directive and PECR.
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Rated on Mar 27, 2019
Modified on Mar 27, 2019
Good solid team, with great vision and a product with good use case.
I think this project certainly has good potential, even though they are not the only ones competing the blockchain ID segment. The market is big enough to cater for multiple platforms.
Rated on Jun 28, 2019
Modified on Jun 28, 2019
I really liked the concept and vision of the project. Very unique way to address privacy and monetisation personal data. Must needed for futuristic technology.
Whitepaper presented well with all required information for investors including finance model.
They have got a decent prototype/MVP.
Team chief are experienced in the business domain. Solid advisors to backup too.
[EDIT] Updated tea rating after comment from the CEO, Zumer. Verified LinkedIn profiles. Thanks.
Good luck team.
Rated on Mar 5, 2019
Data and personal information protection is always a problem. And profiting from data usage even more difficult Dayta would like to solve this issue implementing blockchain and smart contracts to monetise personal data in a secure way.
Dayta's Whitepaper describes in detail all specifics of how they will achieve this goal. So, they know exactly what they are going to do.
1. Strong and experienced team with good advisors
2. KYC passed
3. Reasonable and achievable Caps
4. ICO duration
5. Nice social media statistics
6. They already have prototype. Thats really important and big plus
Nice project and strong team. I am sure that this project will be a success.
Rated on Mar 31, 2019
A project with potential and necessary for our future. However, many competitors on the market as well as projects that have already raised large amounts of funds.
A solid team and a concrete vision, past KYC, soft cap achievable and MVP already available, which is a very good point.
Rated on Jun 19, 2019
1- Product is amazing and promising
2- Team is not experienced because of different country people involved it's hard to communicate and keep project a live.
3- Vision is somehow good. But as i mentioned in my 2 point. Hard to keep communication
Rated on Mar 31, 2019
An experienced team that might be able to achieve some success in the industry.
Personal data and privacy are central issues of our time.
The product is very well detailed in dayta's whitepaper!
Overall a project with great chance of success!
Rated on Apr 5, 2019
I'm a big fan of Bloom and these guys are doing something quite similar except with the added twist of allowing users not to just protect their identity and PII, but also monetize it. Bloom only gives users a way to securely make it available to services they want to us, Dayta provides a means to actively be paid for such data.
I can imagine something like Dayta being an excellent add on to Brave browser where it would automagically use that PII to augment the advertisement selection process, and even provide some of that data directly to advertisers before or after ad serving/click through - for a fee of course .
I think they also give a good reason for using blockchain - transparency and immutability so those who breach data contracts can be held accountable. In Blockchain We Trust right?
So yes, the Vision is bang on IMO - put the data back in the hands of We The People and make those who profit from it pay for it and be accountable for and malfeasance - plus make that less likely in the first place. More to the point by making this a more trustworthy process you'll probably find more people actually wanting to share their data - under the right terms, which Dayta lets you define and agree to.
All the players seem to have pretty solid backgrounds in the field and the stuff they are supposed to be doing, with employment histories in well known companies doing those things.
Some have even built blockchain related projects and companies before which makes them above average IMO.
Of course this is all slideware at the moment but I would say their whitepaper is above average and includes quite a lot of details on the various processes and technological decision. They have also put a lot of thought into how it will be used by the various customers for it - from consumers to businesses.
Rated on Mar 16, 2019
Modified on Mar 31, 2019
It's definitely necessary in the future and there's going to be a lot of effort in other companies.
But many investors will want to see more.
Show me what you're doing
People have distrust in the ICO.
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I hope the project goes well.
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