Since its inception, Kylin Network has been promoting DeData (Decentralized Data), a data paradigm that strips away data power from a central source and puts it into the hands of distributed, independent, and incentivized “managers,” which is a step towards keeping data accurate. It’s a step towards a more reliable and stable web.
“What Data Ownership will mean in the Web3 Economy?”
Whether it’s price feeds, weather data, or decentralized identity, most of blockchain’s most exciting applications rely on decentralized data — DeData. The DeData Salon aims to raise awareness of the importance of DeData, and the exciting possibilities that will be unlocked in the new DeData economy.
The other key theme of the DeData Salon is as follows:
The DeData Salon holds on Monday, 12 September 2022, Spreespeicher, Berlin. You can secure your tickets here.
As announced on the Kylin official Twitter account last week, we’ll have members of the Kylin team making a presentation during the DeData Saloon.
Sylvain Cormier, Tech Lead, Kylin Network
Kylin’s tech lead will be present during the DeData Salon, where he will speak about “Building the Infrastructure to Power P2P Data Management in a Decentralized Data World.”
Dylan Dewdney, Co-Founder/Lead Initiator: Kylin Network/NFT3
Kylin Network’s Co-Founder & Strategic Lead will also be present during the DeData Salon, where he will discuss “Building a fully interoperable identity and Credit Network for Web3.”
Kylin Network is a composable and configurable multi-level oracle infrastructure built as a Polka Dot para chain, for the democratization and delivery of accurate data on time, at a reliably low cost. Kylin offers a way for chain-agnostic APIs to serve data according to service level agreements (SLA) that the consumers of this data will be aware of.
Data source compatibility beyond price feeds will bootstrap a free data market. This will allow market demand to determine the direction of the innovation of a feed, its price, and supply. With dynamic NFTs & SFTs, Kylin is innovatively tokenizing data streams that have been democratically accepted on the Kylin Network.