Dataeum
Dataeum
Token: XDT


Data Revolution

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Start date: 2018-07-02
End date:

Registrated in: France

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Hard cap 35,000 ETH
Tokens for sale 500,000,000
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DISCLAIMER
The Dataeum Whitepaper is intended to provide the potential Dataeum tokens (XDT) holders with the information
regarding Dataeum project and the Dataeum tokens (XDT) Sale.
This Whitepaper is made for the informational purposes only and is not intended to and should not be relied upon or
construed as a legal opinion or legal advice regarding any specific issue or factual circumstance, including but not
limited to a basis for any investment decision.
No data presented hereinafter constitutes an offer or solicitation to buy or subscribe for debentures, stocks or shares
issued by any person or entity; units in a collective investment scheme; or any other security or class of securities, nor
shall be interpreted in that way.
The Dataeum tokens (XDT) mean cryptographic ERC20 tokens, issued by Dataeum and can only be used through the
platform for the services concerned and offered by Dataeum.
The Dataeum tokens (XDT) are not securities, are not registered with any government entity as a security, and s...

SUMMARY
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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2. MARKET
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2.1. Physical data: Introduction
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2.2. Physical data generation: Limits
7
3. DATAEUM’S SOLUTION
9
3.1. Crowdsourced data generation
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3.2. Physical data decentralization
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3.2.1. Physical data generation: decentralization and evolution
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3.2.2. Decentralized Marketplace
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4. TECHNOLOGY
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5. POTENTIAL FUTURE TRAJECTORIES
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5.1. Flow data
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5.2. Role extension
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5.3. Member to member interactions
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5..4. Merchants interactions
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6. XDT TOKEN: USAGE AND FUNCTIONALITY
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6.1. Token usage
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6.2. Token functionalities
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7. TOKEN GENERATION EVENT
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7.1. Purpose of the TGE
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7.2. Token sale
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7.3. Token distribution
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7..4. Funds usage
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7.5. Roadmap
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8. THE COMPANY

DATAEUM IS A BLOCKCHAIN-BASED PLATFORM WHICH USES CROWDSOURCING TO ENABLE
THE COLLECTION OF 100% OF ALL GLOBAL PHYSICAL DATA (SUCH AS STORES, GAS STATIONS,
TRAFFIC SIGNS) ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, WITH 100% ACCURACY.
IT DOES THIS BY USING A DISTRIBUTED WORKFORCE OF “COLLECTORS” WHO ARE INCENTIVISED
IN XDT TOKENS TO SUBMIT PHYSICAL DATA.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Today, we live in what many call the Information Age, where digital data production is at the heart of all ecosystems.
Businesses of all sizes — large and small — are using some form of data to drive growth. By 2020, our accumulated
digital universe of data will grow from 4.4 trillion today to around 44 trillion
1
gigabytes. However, one of the downsides
of this huge production is poor data quality causing yearly losses estimated to $3.1 trillion in the US alone.
Used by billions of individuals, data allows users to locate and move between different Points Of Interest
2
. However,
most of the data is not captured since...

Disintermediation will be brought to the data ecosystem by the Dataeum platform where data will flow freely and
securely between data collectors and acquirers. Dataeum’s role is to create an ultra-scalable and highly reliable platform
and secure the relationship between both parties.
Dataeum is going to change the existing paradigm so that data generation is no longer exploited by large corporations
at the expense of the individuals who create it.
Over the past 2 years, our mobile app has been up and running. We have collected all the data Point of Interests in cities
such as London, Paris, and Barcelona. As we are already licensing our database to several companies, the model has
proven its scalability and profitability.
The decentralization enabled by the Blockchain suppresses the middlemen and directly connects users to data acquirers.
The Blockchain and Smart Contracts technologies provide full transparency on how data is collected, verified, updated
and guarantees the reward of the collectors.
4

2. MARKET
The data market is now estimated at more than 3 trillion dollars
5
. With 90% of its production achieved in the last two
years and growth that will increase tenfold by 2025
6
, data is considered as “the new oil'
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.
While oil and gas companies used to have the highest market capitalizations, the most valued companies are today
the ones that have based their business around data: Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Uber, Microsoft, etc.
Gold mine for private companies and other governments, data has
become part of the daily lives of individuals. It allows large firms to
know more about their desires (Google), their needs and movements
(Facebook, Uber) but also to influence their buying behaviour or
preferences (Amazon, Netflix).
Data is thus a direct source of value
creation
.
As the data production is rising, the quality of data is still poor. In
the US
8
, the
annual spending on bad data quality is ...

These data are used by different players:
1.
Maps or mapping and geolocation services use
data to complete, update and enrich their services;
2.
Companies seeking to complete their BtoB databases for
prospecting, listing, mailing, telemarketing, statistics, etc.;
3.
Artificial Intelligence services needing access to accurate
and updated information to provide autonomous solutions;
4.
BtoC services Geo-targeting users in order to promote goods
and services;
5.
Public services and governments for statistical,
census and urban landscape development purposes;
6.
And more generally, all individuals using physical data to locate
themselves in space and interact with the elements of their
environment;
A variety of businesses have built their activity and business model
around physical data.
Map
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accuracy relies on virtual representations of physical data.
In fact, people use Maps in 44% of the cases when lo...

Worldwide, the analysis of the different local data providers
16
demonstrates that 70%
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of the physical stores are not
displayed on any map, and 30 to 40% when relating to large cities
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.
To better understand the limitations of physical data availability and accuracy, one must understand how they are
generated.
2.2. Physical Data Generation: Limits
There are five main approaches for physical data generation:
Methods
Limits
Use of multiple external databases
among specialized companies
(Acxiom,
Infogroup, Factual, national directories...)
Data verification based on their redundancies with
different sources and not on their real reliability.
Recovery by using computer bots to extract
and analyze the content on websites
Contents are sometimes inaccessible.
(example: GoogleBot)
Use of collaborative mechanisms allowing
users to fill or update informations
(Foursquare, programme Google guides,

Finally, all these
methods are limited because they do not meet the first needs of maps: incomplete data, out of date,
not reliable, or high costs of maintenance
.
Several challenges persist due to the very nature of physical data:


58%
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of physical stores do not optimize for local SEO
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, which means that information is not available, nor
updated on online listings


business hours and phone numbers change very regularly
21


15%
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of roads are modified each year in developed countries


new housing appears every day in connection with an ever-increasing urbanization of emerging countries
23
Whether passively
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or actively
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collected, physical data remains the consequence of human actions and behaviors.
To give back to people the value of their production, while improving the process of data generation, the model must
b...

Dataeum Roadmap

1
Q4 2018
Application release and back office consolidation
2
Q1 2019
Blockchain integration throughout the platform
3
Q2 2019
Integration of XDT tokens throughout the application
4
Q4 2019
Marketplace deployment and its interface
5
Q1 2020
Integration of an exchange platform within the system
6
Q2 2020
Collection optimization
Extension to the collection of all physical data
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Q3 2020
Enhancement of the marketplace
Full automatization of the marketplace data licensing
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Q4 2020
Member to member interaction functionality
9
Q1 2021
Merchants interactions solution
Artificial intelligence
10
Q2 2021
Extension of the marketplace to future solutions
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Q3 2021
App enhancement to additional functionalities
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