Zebi
Zebi
Token: ZCO


Blockchaining India’s Big Data

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-03-05
End date: 2019-03-31

Registrated in: Singapore

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary
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3
Important Notice
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4
The India Opportunity
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7
Background
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8
What is happening with Big Data? .......................................................................... 8
What is being done about it? And is it working?.................................................... 11
Zebi Blockchain Solution for Big Data
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13
Introduction ............................................................................................................

Executive Summary
India’s big data generation is increasing exponentially and is expected to
reach 3 Zebibytes per
year (1 Zebibyte = 1024
7
bytes, about trillion Gigabytes) by 2020
1
, driven by continued growth of
internet usage, social networks, proliferation of smart phones, as well as the digital initiatives and
structural reforms undertaken by the Indian government. At the same time, incidents of data crimes
such as data hacks, data leaks, data tampering, identity thefts are on the rise, which are costing
Indian organizations and consumers more than $30 billion
2
annually.
High value data like land registry, educational documents, employment, transaction and health
records etc. are required by individuals and organizations as part of their routine activities.
However, current mechanism of data exchange is mostly manual, paper based, slow and fraught
with risks of tampering, forgery and thefts.
Governments worldwide are realizing the need to add s...

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or ascertained the underlying economic assumptions relied upon ...

The India Opportunity
India i
s the world’s seventh
-largest economy and is projected to grow faster than that of any
large economy in the world over the next decade. It is at the cusp of explosive growth in
technologies such as mobile internet, digital payments, cloud computing and IoT, driven by
large number of internet users.
As per Ericsson mobility report India’s mobile data traffic is
expected to increase by 11 times by 2023.
1.34
billion
Population
1
billion citizens with digital
identity (Aadhaar)
800
million
Digital Natives
462
million Internet users
(second largest in the world after
China)
Big Data Boom!!
The Indian economy is witnessing a sea of
transformational changes in technology
and its adoption. The Government is
investing heavily in visionary projects to
digitize data and make technology a critical
part of the Indian economy. In addition,
data generated ...

Background
What is happening with Big Data?
According to conservative estimates,
India’s big data generation is increasing exponentially
and is expected to reach 3 Zebibytes per year by 2020
1
.
Most of this data is collected
and stored by institutions that
hold clients’ assets centrally
such as banks, telecoms,
insurance
companies,
hospitals, governments, and
more.
However, in recent years,
public media has repeatedly
covered
controversial
incidents related to privacy
and security, questioning the
current model, in which centralized organizations collect and control massive amounts of
personal data. This model exposes sensitive data to several risks such as:
Data Leaks:
Data leaks happen when private data is exposed to public inadvertently:

Reliance Jio (2017)

120 million customer data leaked
10

Aadhaar (2017) - 210 Government websites made confi...

At the same time, the Indian judicial system has some serious inefficiencies burdened by a
thirty million
case backlog,
70%
of which pertain to disputes regarding land or property
12
.
Common methods to commit fraud arise from:

Fake Documents

Double Mortgages

GPA (General Power of Attorney)

Selling Government or Encroached Lands

Dubious Agreements
Data Hacks:
Another risk of having data stored at one central location is data hacking by malicious hackers
from outside the organization. Some prominent examples in the recent past:

Zomato data breach is the sixth biggest in 2017
13

Equifax (2017)

$4 Billion loss in market cap
14

Yahoo (2017) - $350 million slashed from valuation in deal with Verizon
Identities are getting richer, so are data thieves!
At a fundamental level, our identities
still include our name...

Zebi Roadmap

1
2018
Promote Zebi Chain for Land Registry and Property records to other government agencies
Promote Zebi Chain for Educational records
Zebi Chain for Employment records
Integration with Ethereum
256 bit encryption enabled on Zebi platform
APIs for authentication, verification and consent mgmt.
Data cleansing and mgmt. with AI/ML/DL
Simple (1X1) Smart Contracts and transaction processing through Zebi Chain platform
2
2019
DaaS APIs for Data Owners/Requestors/Providers
Zebi Pay launched
Integrated with leading blockchain payment gateways
Seamless end-to-end transaction processing
Crypto/FIAT currency capable
Zebi Verify launched for Education/Employment verticals
3
2020
Zebi Insights launched
Algorithms and APIs for Data/Insights sharing using Smart Contracts
Compounded (nXn) Smart Contracts