way to manage your data
Solution: Delphi® DEX
The global financial commodity market was valued at approximately $20 trillion in 2020, but in 2024, data is our world's most precious asset. Like financial markets, data is traded for profit at an incredible rate daily.
2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created daily, and no comprehensive U.S. Internet privacy law currently governs private companies' collection, use, or sale of user data.
Since the American Revolution, preserving U.S. economic prosperity and national security hinged upon dominating commodities within international markets. In the 21st century, data is our most precious asset. While the markets continue to change as we evolve, the requirements for success remain the same:
We must control the goods, the price, and the sale.
Our patent-pending solution, Delphi®DEX, puts the 'personal' back in data ownership. Where you live, your birthday and the digital dust that reflects your thoughts and interests are the unique combination of attributes that comprise your digital identity. By tokenizing these individual attributes into a Non-Fungible Data Token™ (NFDT ™) and a Personal Non-Fungible Data Token™ (PNFDT ™), we create precise control over your data within the digital ecosystem.
Think of this like a commodity and a commodity trading desk: PNFDT ™ is the gold, and NFDT ™ is the gold trading company.
We process and store individual data as PNFDT ™ that, when combined, creates a digitally simulated twin. Your digital twin is compiled into NFDT ™, and your digital composite needs to be holistically managed to ensure its health and well-being.
Don't let your digital twin be neglected. It's time for you to take control.
Delphi®DEX, because you are valuable. Be sure to check back for updates.
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Whenever we interact with a connected device, we add to the growing trail of information used to identify, profile, and predict us as individuals or groups – often without our awareness.
Paul Ohm warned, “these databases will grow to connect every individual to at least one closely guarded secret. It is a secret that, if revealed, would cause more than embarrassment or shame; it would lead to serious, concrete, devastating harm.”