Daseron is a decentralized, secure system where users can sell and share content. Find out how Daseron works today in our review.
What Is Daseron?
Daseron, found online at Daseron.com, describes itself as a “decentralized and secure information system for selling and sharing of content.”
Daseron connects content purchasers with content sellers, creating a common, scalable platform for the content sale regardless of the transaction participant’s location.
Any user can obtain information from every spot on the planet. Daseron also plans to solve many problems related to media, cybersecurity, and more.
Some of the key features of Daseron include:
- The sale and exchange of content
- Search and selection of interested content
- Order a contractor from anywhere in the world
- View all of the events in the world
If some of the wording sounds a little weird, like “view all of the events in the world”, then that’s just what it says on Daseron.com. The site needs a little touch-up in terms of its English translations. At times, it’s hard to figure out what the website is trying to tell us about the platform.
How Does Daseron Work?
Daseron, as you might expect, is based on the blockchain. The Daseron platform involves an internal economy developed on the basis of an anonymous content sale from any point in the world. The blockchain creates a trustless environment where users can do business.
And, like other blockchain technologies, Daseron facilitates the use of cryptocurrencies to minimize costs across the board. Users enjoy fast transactions, low fees, and trustless mechanisms that make the organization self-regulating.
Specifically, Daseron self-regulates using block and intellectual contracts, “eliminating influence and necessity for the traditional centralized authorities, which were ineffective and controlled big powerful outer sides” (yes, that’s the word for word description on the official website).
Daseron comes with all of the following features:
Users can have complete confidentiality in the system. They don’t need to disclose personal details to access the Daseron platform.
Daseron offers security through its decentralized, blockchain-based platform and its encrypted database.
Daseron has a fact checking system called “Daser Checks”, which analyzes data and user behavior to ensure fair transactions in the marketplace.
Daseron can exchange coins for real money, new sales markets, and new earnings possibilities.
Users can receive only content that’s interesting to them. Daseron uses smart contracts to tag content.
“For distribution of the system in the world, the regional centers will be opened. Community will be listed DSR for the promotion system”, explains the Daseron website in a confusing way.
Daseron also has a fully-fledged game system built into the platform, which we’ll talk about below.
Daseron Game System
Daseron has some type of gamification system available, where users can perform various roles in the ecosystem. Four different roles have been revealed thus far, including:
Hunts for information related to advertising and customers. The Hunter helps determine the marketplace for ads.
“Sales an information which has the research or training character, for example, it can be a business plan, a scientific article writing, video lesson and so on.” No, I’m not totally sure what that means either, but that’s the word for word description on the site.
Herald informs users about any events, similar to mass media activity.
Providers create and distribute entertaining content, including stories, videos, and more.
The Daseron ICO
The Daseron ICO is scheduled for August 14 to September 14. The minimum goal is 1,000 ETH, with a total number of tokens of 160 million. 112 million DSR Will be available for distributed at a rate of 1 ETH = 14,000 DSR.
70% of tokens will be sold during the token sale. 20% will be kept in the system. 8% will go to the founders, and 2% to the bounties.
Bonuses are available throughout the ICO.
Who’s Behind Daseron?
Daseron was created by Nursultan Aliev (Founder and Back-End Developer) and Erlan Akmatov (Co-Founder and Blockchain Developer).
The idea for Daseron first began in 2016. They plan to develop the platform over 2017, then release the idea in 2018.
It’s a little hard to figure out Daseron. The website has some grammatical issues and poor English translation. The very first sentence of the whitepaper describes Daseron as “world decentralized and secure information system for selling and sharing of content.”
Basically, Daseron seems to be creating a blockchain-based marketplace where users can sell and share content. Video creators and writers, for example, can post their services or projects for sale online, then exchange them for DSR tokens.
Despite the vagueness of the Daseron website, the 22 page whitepaper goes into further detail about the project.