DAuth is an approval system that seeks permission from users to allow apps to monetize their data on their behalf. Collected data include installed apps list, location data, app usage time, browsing history, apps store transaction history, etc. Through DAuth, users will be able to earn from the monetization process. The distribution of rewards is guaranteed by smart contracts.
Aside from personal data collected by the Airbloc App and DAuth, enterprises can also initiate data campaigns to collect more granular and direct data about a user. Examples of such data include “Alice likes cats, and is intending to purchase a cat.” Although such inferred data can be bought from existing marketplaces, they are not conclusive of an individual’s real preference, furthermore to even obtain such data would be highly expensive. No such direct data is available today in any data marketplace.
Personal data collected will be sold on the Airbloc Data Marketplace and enterprises would be able to buy these data to conduct Targeted advertising.
Enterprises will purchase data through ABL tokens, users and apps are rewarded with ABL tokens for supplying data to the marketplace. For more technical information, visit our Technical Whitepaper.