What Is Measurable Data Token (MDT)?

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What Is Measurable Data Token (MDT)?

Measurable Data Token consumer oriented product Reward Me, an app that rewards YOU for the data you contribute. URUS tokens may change in value based on a number of factors that are outside our control. There is no guarantee or expectation that URUS tokens will increase in value, provide a return, or have sufficient adoption and liquidity on exchanges. Owning these tokens does not constitute a share of equity or ownership in the company. The token economy is new and exciting. The company reserves the right to refuse or cancel URUS token purchase requests at any time at its sole discretion.

Regulatory circumstances may require that token mechanics be changed or altered.
URUS tokens do not have any rights, uses, purpose, attributes, functionalities or features,
express or implied, including, without limitation, any uses, purpose, attributes, functionalities or features on the Measurable Data Token platform. Company does not guarantee and is not representing in any way to buyer that the URUS tokens have any rights, uses, purpose, attributes, functionalities or features. URUS tokens may have no value.

Measurable Foundation warns that the involvement of purchasing any tokens represents a very high risk to any participating contributor. Activity should only be undertaken by those with substantial technical knowledge and that are also able to understand the specific network and related token being offered. Measurable Foundation Ltd, as well as its partners, team, directors, agents, joint ventures, employees and suppliers, assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss arising out of or related to the use of the MDT ecosystem or any technical, interruption or malfunction of the platform.

Measurable Data Token Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameMeasurable Data Token
Short NameMDT
Circulating Supply676,157,012.50 MDT
Total Supply1,000,000,000
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Blockchain, Big data, Decentralized

Measurable Data Token Today, they are living your digital lives creating massive amount of data from everything do. Big data is the new oil, yet the ones who contribute the most of it are unaware of that treasure. Most service providers collect users’ data with no intention to disclose the reason and the intrinsic economic value, meanwhile, users trade their data unconsciously in exchange for a free app or service. They will now introduce Measurable Data Token (MDT), a crypto token for a decentralized data exchange ecosystem. MDT connects data providers, users, and data buyers, and denominates the data’s value when exchanged. MDT enables a more efficient, transparent and honest market for data trading.

An Inefficient Market

Take Google as an example. When you first sign up for a Google account, Google attempts to collect your name, email address, password, date of birth, gender, telephone and address (Google Privacy 2017). These information help Google know more about their users, thus enabling the company to push more relevant content or advertising to users. When you use a Google account, it collects the emails you send and receive from Gmail, the contacts and calendar events you add, the photos and videos you upload, the Docs, Sheets, and Slides you author, all in pursuit of enhancing the product experience and generating profits.

Measurable Data Token As a huge entity with a wide variety of services, Google does not typically share its information to a third party simply to marginally increase profits, since users’ data for its own sake is very helpful for the company. Location based service Foursquare is another example of tech companies collecting data. They store and analyze users’ data for Business Insights. Since the main feature of this service is to allow users to share their location as a social media post, Foursquare frequently stores user’s’ location data. In early 2016, the company released an in-house big data product called Foursquare Location Intelligence on the basis of all the user location data they have collected.

Not a Security

It is important to note that any tokens issued on Measurable Data Token platform are not intended to be securities, and this document is not a prospectus, offering document or a solicitation for investment in a share or equity offering. Tokens issued on your platform as referenced in this document do not confer any type of ownership or debt within ecosystem. Tokens currently trading or issued in the future are non-refundable. They will not guarantee any value, secondary market, or commitments to the value of such tokens. Buyer and owners shall participate in each economy at their sole risk.