RepuX (RPX) ICO review
Enterprises have terabytes of data stored within their systems and have trouble using this for better business decision making or improved business efficiencies. Developers lack data to develop machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions and most importantly enterprise customers to sell back to. There’s a lot of value trapped within this disconnect.
RepuX is a protocol level framework upon which various types of corporate and user data can be monetized and exchanged between different parties. Combining multiple cutting edge decentralized technologies such as IPFS, Sia and Ethereum/EOS, along with a possible upgrade to a custom high-throughput block-chain, RepuX allows the creation of a highly decentralized marketplace for data and information.
An API will enable these marketplaces to be developed by 3rd parties to suit their specific niche. By conducting value and data transfers directly between peers in the protocol, RepuX allows the creation of various B2B (business to business) data sharing possibilities for excess user and corporate aggregate data, that does not exist in the current market. This direct and rapid value transfer through the RepuX token will eliminate the need for middlemen and intermediaries across multiple industries. With machine learning, big data and AI becoming more reliant on large-scale aggregate data, RepuX is well poised to take advantage of this and drive innovation in these respective fields.
How it works
By optionally allocating a reputation behind each entity and each transaction, and verified by an oracle system, we can ensure an integrity within the protocol and allow actors greater confidence in not only the presence but also quality of the data they are purchasing. With the RepuX, we hope to bring back value to user data.
Developers would be able to purchase and receive access to company data securely in real time to create decentralised applications. This would be available in a restful api across similar company and data types. They can preview the data, subscribe to it and even choose specific companies or across the industry. Afterwards, their applications, algorithms can then be listed with RepuX and sold back to companies with RepuX Tokens. Data access will have different permissions associated with it and developers/companies can develop a reputation over a period of transactions to safeguard the community.