Why we need a decentralized data environment …”Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg oversaw plans to consolidate the social network’s power and control competitors by treating users’ data as a bargaining chip. Facebook would reward favored companies by giving them access to data of its users. In other cases, it would deny user-data access to rival companies or apps.”

This is problematic at best … At Inveniam, we believe client data is sacrosanct and of enormous value to institutional investors who want to safeguard privacies – and reap substantial rewards from data that’s theirs.

This is why we’re building a data lending platform for private market assets: to allow asset owners to benefit in an economic manner through pay per click API’s that they control.

This is a Creadon example … Wrigley Field: popcorn sales, ticket receivables, real estate pricings and so on. The owners of the New York Mets, or Hyatt, may be willing to pay to see data the Ricketts family, owner of the Chicago Cubs, possesses.

Data lending is at its infancy … building a proper ecosystem with incentives and third-party audits using blockchain is at the heart of the Inveniam IO operating system for private market asset data.

There’s a sea-change in data … we’re leading the way. #Inveniam

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