Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC Token) IAM Blockchain Project ICO is Starting

Decentralized Accessible Content Chain Token Sale

The Decentralized Accessible Content (DAC) is the first IAM-based content blockchain and it is began its private token sale on June 1, 2018. Further, the platform is planning to rebrand as the Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC). The sale will take place from June 9 and it will feature an exchange rate of 1ETH for 250,000 DACC tokens. Due to the large bonus, 50 percent of the tokens will be up for grabs before the exchange listing and the other 50 percent will be released after three months pass.

The content blockchain has a unique infrastructure, full developer tools, and templates to develop a content related DAPP. The platform is dedicated to resolving issues, including an abuse of content and to protect user data in the digital media industry.

Those who look at the project’s development will notice that the most significant development occurred during Q1 and Q2. Aside from successfully completing the original Dapp Demo development, DAC’s employees also finished the design of the IAM-based distributed file system. At this point, the team is working on the Q3 phase, which features the development of the bottom public chain.

Core team members at the project are from some of the top institutions in the world, including MIT, Harvard, CMU, Tsinghua, and others. Further, the platform has developed an impressive list of investors, such as TRON, Consensus Capital, D Fund, Crypto Capital, Block VC, Kim’s Capital, and others. At this point, the platform has 128 excellent advisors to guide it.

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