The native and transaction currency of a blockchain and IAM based platform that commits to solving the content and user data access management issues called DACC has been officially listed today at KuCoin cryptocurrency exchange market.
Transactions such as deposit are now available with trading pairs including DACC/BTC and DACC/ETH. Buying will start at 19:30 pm UTC+8 and selling/withdrawal at 20:00 pm UTC+8. All trading activities are accessible using KuCoin’s website at www.kucoin.com or thru their Android and iOS apps.
About Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC)
Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC) is the content-based blockchain that features identity and access management (IAM) at the infrastructure level.
DACC aims to put content creators back in the center of the stage and eliminate the agents that create needless friction of content creation. DACC will enable the content creators in the long run.
DACC platform is an IAM based platform which includes three parts, a distributed file system featured by IAM, DACC public chain, and DACC development tools. DACC will concentrate on developing a modular based decentralized file system with IAM; this can be secured in other public chains too. DACC public chain is based on Network IAM system, DPOS/VRF Consensus, and DACC Virtual Machine, which guarantee the scalability.
DACC will give development tools for different parts of digital media industry including content creators who have restricted developing resources, developers who are building their own DAPPS in the digital media industry and other blockchains who need IAM system.
The First IAM Based Distributed File System
DACC users will have full power and protections concerning:
- Content Creation
Copyright data is time-stamped into DACC blockchain. Algorithms are utilized to identify copyright crime.
- Content Access
IAM permission maps permit users to choose who takes to access and monetize their data/content/IP.
- Content Storage
Decentralized storage with partitions and permission maps to prevent piracy and data fraud.