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 Basics

  • Founded in:
  • Mainnet release:
  • Based in: Singapore-based non-profit foundation
  • A decentralized data exchange protocol that unlocks data for AI use. 
  • From this article (3-10-2020): 

"Ocean provides reliable information for the construction, transfer, publication and its consumption through applications. Recently, Ocean partnered with one of the most important protocols on Ethereum’s DeFi, Balancer, to launch a marketplace, and with the German multinational Daimler AG, owner of Mercedes-Benz. Davis stated: Information is not only used for DeFi, Ocean goes further. This can bring a lot of value to various sectors. In particular, it can be used with information intensive industries such as artificial intelligence. Information may be the new oil."

History

Audits & Exploits

Bugs/Expliots

  • When KuCoin got hacked (28-9-2020), 21M tokens were frozen by Ocean Protocol team members. This hints to centralized powers. The project has since announced that it is initiating a hard fork of its contract to “reverse the ill-effects of the hack for anyone choosing to adopt the new version of the contract.”

Governance

Admin Keys

DAO

Treasury

Token

Launch

Token allocation

Utility

Token Details

Stablecoin

Coin Distribution

Tech

Transaction Details

How it works

Fees

Upgrades

  • Ocean V3 has data tokens, incentives, staking, better composability with Ethereum and the emerging DeFi movement.

KuCoin Hard Fork

  • When KuCoin got hacked (28-9-2020), 21M tokens were frozen by Ocean Protocol team members. This hints to centralized powers. The project has since announced that it is initiating a hard fork of its contract to “reverse the ill-effects of the hack for anyone choosing to adopt the new version of the contract.”

Staking

Different Implementations

Interoperability

Other Details

Oracle Method

Privacy Method

Compliance

Their Other Projects

Roadmap

  • Can be found here (19-4-2020):

"Our whitepaper and July 2019 roadmap laid out our goals, implemented as versions V1-V5. The first three goals are about the functionality of Ocean Protocol:

(Goal 1 / V1) Build a decentralized data exchange foundation — to connect data owners and data consumers, without middlemen being able to see or control the data, via decentralized access control and data marketplaces.

(Goal 2 / V2) Compute-to-data to unlock private data while preserving privacy.

(Goal 3 / V3) Incentives to maximize the supply and sharing of data.

The last two goals are about a healthy, decentralized ecosystem:

(Goal 4 / V4) Community funding for development of core software, applications, and infrastructure; and a broad, diverse ecosystem of builders and partners. Projects are proposed and curated by the community with a steady stream of funding coming from the network reward. The network and protocol need to be self-sustaining over the long-term, without continued funding from the community or a central coordinating organization.

(Goal 5/ V5) Permissionless and censorship-resistant technology — it is self-evident that technology should not be monopolized by the few, while offering a level playing field for newcomers to bring innovation to the market."

Usage

Projects that use or built on it

Competition

Pros and Cons

Pros

Cons

  • When KuCoin got hacked (28-9-2020), 21M tokens were frozen by Ocean Protocol team members. This hints to centralized powers. The project has since announced that it is initiating a hard fork of its contract to “reverse the ill-effects of the hack for anyone choosing to adopt the new version of the contract.”

Team, Funding, Partners

Team

Funding

Partners 

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