Use it to pay less online.
Data is the new currency. Companies have been selling your stolen data for over a decade now – raw user data that actually belongs to you.
Decentr returns the control – and value – of your data to you, the user. Securely. Immutably.
You retain the payable value assigned to the secure data you generate on Decentr. You use this data value to offset purchases made via our platform, making goods and services cheaper for you.
The net result? The more data generated by you = less “money” (fiat or digital) needed at point of sale (POS).READ WHITEPAPER WATCH VIDEO
What are the advantages of user data as payable value and how does it work?
1. You’re the owner
On Decentr you own your personal user data. Each visit online remains part of your personal ID, which is stored securely on your DecID.
2. Your data is currency
Secure data has the same “value store” properties as money. This value can be used on Decentr as an exchangeable “currency” to offset payments at POS.
3. Your Personal Data Value
Your “Personal Data Value” (PDV) functions as your personal “exchange rate” between all “cash”-money currencies, fiat and digital.
4. Engagement = value
Your PDV fluctuates: positive engagement will see a rise in your PDV, making payments cheaper, and negative engagement will see a similar fall.
Down the “digital rabbit hole”
Decentr's web browser functions as a “portal to Web 3.0”. By creating a bridge between internet users and applications developed with distributed ledger technology (DLT), users can now connect with user-centric applications built on our open source platform, which enables them to manage and pay with their PDV.
Decentr web 3.0 architecture
High Quality UX-UI
1 to 2: User Interaction.
The performance of high quality UI/UX ensures effortless adaptation to your surfing style.
Web Browser Add On
2 to 1: Fetching data needed to propagate UX depending on the needs of the user.
2 to 3: Connecting to app protocol and controlling interactivity.
Decentr's web browser add-on turns all user-centric backend activity into a frontend web browser experience.
3 to 4: Hosting and distribution of data.
A user-centric DLT ecosystem enhances interactivity between you and other user-centric applications.
4 to 5: Validation for overall system.
User data stored on decentralised cloud storage enhances resilience, becoming more secure and faster the more it scales.
Local Validation Concensus
5 to 3: (Multi-directional) Ensures the applications have the same validation principles and are inter-connected.
The basis of the system ensures tamperproof protection whenever you validate the activity of others.
The Decentr team
We are a tech company comprising researchers and developers with over 150 years combined domain expertise. Our Lead Marketing Strategist has worked for some of the best agencies in the world, including DDB Needham and the WPP network, on campaigns for Coca Cola, McDonalds and GM. Our IEO partners have completed more than 20 successful ICOs/IEOs with over USD $100MM raised.
BA (Hons). Experienced with Gov.uk/public sector intranets and B2b/B2C information and business delivery systems.View Profile
PhD in IT and Telecommunications, University of Valladolid, BA Telecommunications Engineer and BA Market Research and Techniques.View Profile
MA Electronic Engineering from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.View Profile
Strong professional consulting skills in Innovation Management, International Development, Management Consulting, Project Planning, and European Union initiatives.View Profile
Graduate in Computer Engineering and Senior Technical Application Development.View Profile
Frequently asked questions
Neither. This is the beauty of the system: your PDV fluctuates, depending on engagement, in the same way as a standard currency “exchange rate”. When you want to pay or trade on Decentr, your dWallet will support a range of crypts and fiat (including Dec) and you can elect to use whatever currency you like.
The cool part is that this payment will be made at a personal “exchange rate”, dictated by your PDV to Dec.
Here’s a simple example: if through positive engagement and online activity your PDV reaches
PDV: 1.0001 I DEC: 1.0000
then a real-world-value, $10 purchase (we'll assume an exchange rate of USD $1.0000 to DEC: 1.0000 for ease of calculation) will “cost” you (underwritten by Dec/Decentr) $9.9990, and so forth.
It’s simple math, but on a global scale it changes the game completely.
Yes – in fact, by default. The only way our data economy can function is by ensuring the value of every data point is 100% secure and decentralised to give it superior "value store" properties to "money". Our users can therefore be certain we will keep reinvesting in state-of-the-art security upgrades and protocols – or our economy could start to falter.
We need 100% anonymity and security to ensure we deliver on our promise of a new socioeconomic paradigm that produces egalitarian wealth creation opportunities for every user.
The simplest way to describe it is we are using nodes in blockchain to connect to the actual data provider so there is no possible way it can be blocked or tracked. This means there is no need for a VPN.
At least 26 of the 115 most popular VPNs are secretly keeping tabs on you. Even TOR is not that secure. This was demonstrated when hackers managed to steal 7.5 terabytes of data from a major Russian contractor, exposing secret FSB plans to de-anonymise TOR. You can be pretty certain many other state-backed agencies would have no (and have not had any) qualms about taking similar action.