The new year started off strong with big open source releases, a new partner going live, upgrading our frontend framework, introducing a new voting proposal, unveiling our new blog and various tests in partnership with Remote.com. Open Source Release January marked our largest open source release
Our team has been making significant progress, successfully completing a POC and MVP of our protocol. Today we mark another exciting milestone in our mission to give you control of your data, the release of the first of our smart contracts via GitHub!
2018 was an eventful year for Dock with a ton of activity packed into a 12-month period. Between launching the network, to our token sale and growing one of the largest communities and network of users in blockchain, there was never a dull moment.
The amount of data created every day is roughly 2.5 million terabytes. In fact, the last two years of human history have created more than 90% of all the data in existence! All this data is stored, traded, tracked, & hacked more quickly than ever before. Keeping tabs on the data linked to you become
The Dock team was heads-down in November releasing a new feature which was a crowd favorite, making substantial progress on the protocol, introducing an SDK and onboarding a new partner. Market conditions do not impact our progress and fundamentals are only getting stronger. Introducing Find My Acco
As we’ve shared in the past, data breaches are on the rise. In the first half of 2018, more than 4.5 billion data records were compromised in data breaches. That’s 291 data records per second. Naturally, we’re seeing more and more cases of identity theft financial losses, and account hacks to go
October was another busy month and consisted of an innovative proposal to the Ethereum Community, pushing 2-way data syncing live, a partner integration going live, Devcon4, a new wallet, and our new community manager. Introducing Plasma Nano Our Chief Scientist, Bernhard, published a proposal to
The Dock protocol affords data owners the opportunity to take centralized control over increasingly distributed data. A critical aspect of this model is to incentivize sharing among data creators and data consumers via data owners’ consent by providing a cryptographically secured, Censorship-resista
Today we’re thrilled to announce that Trust Wallet has added full support for Dock tokens. You can now hold your $DOCK securely within the Trust Wallet app. Why Trust Wallet? Since its acquisition by Binance earlier this year, Trust Wallet has been on a tear. Previously built for 4 networks,
At Dock, we envision a more interconnected world where people own their personal data across every website they visit or digital app they use. Which is why we’re building a decentralized data exchange protocol that puts people back in control of their personal data.