The Dayta platform is the future of personal data exchange, powered by DAYTA token.
The Dayta vision is to solve multiple data protection, consent and privacy issues all at once, The team has designed a roadmap to build a secure, easy-to-use and robust personal information Dapp and exchange mechanism within an integrated, digital ecosystem. Our aim to ensure all participants from companies to users protect and profit from a unified personal information blockchain which will ensure efficient data audit and transparent smart contracts and agreements.
The Dayta ecosystem introduces a personal data management framework that enables users to manage their data, monitor use of their data, and trade access to their data.
Dayta enables Users to finally partake in the profits companies produce by using our data for marketing purposes, behaviour analysis and customer insight.
Users, Businesses and Miners hold independent but interrelated roles, Underpinned by the Dayta blockchain and managed through the DAYTA token.
Dayta has a GDPR-ready design to ensure users can easily manage and profit from their data worldwide.
DAYTA tokens will be available prior to the public sale for registered participants. Bonuses will apply for early contributors at varying % dependent on date and amounts. Private investors can negotiate larger bonuses on a case-by-case basis.
May 01, 2019 (12:05 AM)
1 ETH = 33750 DAYTA, 1 BTC = 1026675 DAYTA
1 LTC = 16017.75 DAYTA, 1 DASH = 23837.625 DAYTA
May 11, 2019 (12:05 AM)
ETH, BTC, LTC, DASH
1 ETH/ 0.1 BTC/ 3 LTC /2 DASH
ICO Week 1
ICO Week 2
ICO Week 3
ICO Week 4
With help from our teams, contributors and investors these are the milestones we are looking forward to achieve.
Concept Design / Core Team Structuring
ICO Smart Contract Development
Private Sale Start
Pre-ICO Token Sale
ICO (Public Sale)
Token Sale Distribution
Exchange listing for peer to peer trading
Agile engineering and product management start
MVP for blockchain-integrated user app release
Main Network Launch / Customer and Business on-boarding
Business development and marketing strategy, Business and Customer enhancements and value-added services
Easy to use, intuitive and user friendly, the Dayta mobile app allows users from across the world to manage their personal data, DAYTA wallets and profit-making smart contracts.
From personal data baseline integration to Dayta marketplace exchange interaction, the Dayta mobile aao will be a user’s one-stop shop for maintaining control over and managing their personally identifiable information.
The Dayta Team has a unifying vision of ensuring individuals can profit from their personal data while providing the best data protection. All members of team are consultants and employees with backgrounds in the customer and marketing industry, compliance and personal data industry and blockchain / ICO consultancy.
Chief Operating Officer
Laura has worked across operational change propositions and marketing for 15 years on large-scale Financial Services (HSBC and LBG) transformation programmes, and in a consultancy capacity for the past six. Extensive experience in designing and delivering propositions mean she is very familiar with the challenges organisations face. Offering a customer-centric perspective to designing and communicating insight-based propositions and evidence-based transitional operating models, her specialisms span the end-to-end customer experience going from research and insight, journey design and delivery to compelling communications. Strong leadership and communication skills enable her to included manage teams and stakeholders in order to drive advocacy and enlist support amongst to develop and deliver relevant and meaningful customer experiences.
Danish has over 12 years experience as a business consultant and business advisor for Arhamsoft. He has over 5 years experience advising ICOs and companies in Asia over their private / public blockchain implementation and DApps.
Smart Contract Developer
Stefan Beyer graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001 with a degree in Computer Science and obtained a Ph.D. in 2004 from the same university. Since then he has worked in computer science research in distributed systems, fault tolerance, ubiquitous computing, and cybersecurity. He specialises in blockchain security and high-performance distributed architectures.
Community & Marketing Coordinator
Daniel is our Marketing coordinator. He specializes in Digital Marketing and directed successful campaigns before getting involved with Blockchain. Using that experience and portfolio, he jumped on the Cryptocurrency wagon, and delivered outstanding results. Highlights include the raise of over $100 Million for Blockchain companies in 2018 alone. Daniel additionally has experience with project management and investor relations.
Smart Contract Developer
Kenn has created nimble, multi-discipline development teams, integrating a broad array of technologies — Blockchain, .NET, Java-derived innovations, object-oriented principles, Delphi, Director, Flash, and others — to deliver mission-critical systems on time and in budget. The hallmark of Palm’s approach to systems design/implementation is to leverage the latest in emerging technology to achieve improved performance, efficiency and cost savings for his clients.
Principal Legal Advisor (Sterling Law)
Ruslan Kosarenko has more than 10 years of experience and is an active speaker at professional conferences and expert panels. Sterling Law provides strategic legal advice and bespoke solutions for the UK businesses in a wide range of industries, including IT, FinTech, Crypto and Blockchain, finance, construction, transport, health care, media, and fashion. Sterling Law has established professional relationships with accountants and tax advisers, barristers and counsels, wealth managers and other advisers enabling the company to provide efficient services.
Legal Advisor (Sterling Law)
LLM Commercial and Corporate Law, Graduate Diploma in Law. Inna has completed the Oxford Blockchain Programme at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School which consolidates relevant information on blockchain for business leaders and innovators by showcasing best use cases, value propositions, and implementation strategies in the blockchain industry. Inna specialises in legal advice and reports on ICO legality and compliance. Inna has vast interest in AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning as well and has skills in Python (programming language). She actively implements her knowledge of new technologies in the legal field into the work of the company and provides legal support for various startups and projects in this area.
Legal Advisor (Sterling Law)
Michael has successfully completed a Bachelors of Laws (LLB) at City University of London, as well as, Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Additionally, Michael is proactively engaged in research and pursuit of new business and legal opportunities in uncommon areas of law, such as cryptocurrency. He has vast experience in corporate, commercial, IT, IP and International Law. Part of his job in the last year is focused on researching the various possibilities and use cases of applying blockchain technology in real life areas and the arising legal challenges along the way. Michael helps navigate through UK’s legal and regulatory framework and coordinating with the regulatory authorities. Languages: • English • French • Russian • Ukrainian
Below we’ve provided a selection of our most frequently asked questions. We cover topics including registration, the Pre-ICO, ICO Public Sale and a few others. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.
Dayta is a unique personal data service that combines the user needs for security with the financial need for compensation of their data’s usage. Dayta also creates an ecosystem in which marketing and data analytics industries are disrupted, with the users at the centre of financial gain and complete control over their personal data.
Here at Dayta we LOVE technology, and because of this we fervently believe that whatever solution is devised for a given problem it is viable, well thought through and necessary. Where control over our personal information is concerned, we believed three factors could more than others. 1) Transparency 2) Security 3) Independence With cloud services, data centres, managed services and the like, you still have centralised control over personal data, there is therefore not the personal independence to directly manage your data. Security is still being either hacked directly or, more likely, circumvented through internal fraud. And with little to no visibility of the various processes that go into the procurement and management of our data, we are none the wiser as to its usage. We therefore believe decentralised ledger technology (DLT) satisfies our three primary criteria and is the best solution for this particular problem.
As a contributor you benefit from procuring DAYTA coins early in order to start your journey in Dayta as soon as the main DApp and ecosystem are up and running. In the meantime, we expect DAYTA coins to be highly successful through cryptocurrency exchanges as the leading personal data and marketing disrupter in Europe, the UK and the rest of the world.
Through Dayta services users will be able to either use their personal data to accrue DAYTA tokens for use in the Dayta Store or to use their personal data to purchase items directly in the store.
The Dayta movement is facilitating the distribution of personal data requests between users and businesses via distributed ledger technology (DLT) work on by verifiers and miners. The Dayta project team will ensure the Dayta ecosystem is setup in a self-sufficient manner, with users, businesses, verifiers and miners all working in unison in a fully autonomous economic model that puts the user at the centre of the personal data trade. In addition, all users will have access to their own private keys for their Dayta wallets.
Registration will open in the New Year and is quick and easy. As soon as your information has been completed, various additional checks will be completed in order to ensure we keep away the fraudsters and any exclusions required. Until registrations are open, please sign up to our newsletter to stay up to date on the latest news!
Reach out to the Dayta team at email@example.com with a request for registration and we will provide all relevant details. Alternatively, register through the whitelist functionality on the site once available.
The public token sale will open on January 15th, 2019. Registration for the public token sale whitelist will open in December shortly. If you would like to join the pre ICO then send us an email requesting registration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first step to registering for the public token sale is to subscribe to the newsletter / register on the whitelist. Qualified applicants will be required to complete KYC/AML identity verification and then will be able to participate in the public sale in January 2019. Alternatively, email email@example.com to register for the private sale.
Our private token sale will have a negotiated minimum investment. Our public sale is scheduled from January 15th 2019 and minimum contributions will be shared as we get closer to the date.
Yes, the hardcap for the ICO is 45,000 ETH.
Yes, private investors will enjoy negotiated bonuses of upward of 20%. Public sale contributors will also have benefit from the bonus scheme, starting at 15% and reducing over the course of the public sale to 0%.
The Dayta token will be the exchange mechanism between users that wish to secure their personal data and trade that data for a profit, businesses that want access to personal data and want a direct relationship with consumers. Features to users include: • Baselining and securing your most valued commodity: Your personal data! • Withdrawing consent at any time from any businesses automatically through a single click. • Agreeing to personal data contracts in exchange for DAYTA / month • Trading access to personal data in exchange for goods and services Features to businesses include: • A level playing field in which small and medium sized businesses can compete with larger ones through the Dayta decentralised personal data request exchange. • A personal relationship with users outside of marketing-heavy signposting, respective user’s rights to their personal data and requesting it honestly and being held to account by the users themselves.
• Name: Dayta Token • Symbol: DAYTA • Token Type: ERC-20 • ICO Hardcap: 45,000 ETH • Max Supply: 2.5 billion DAYTA • Circulating Supply : 1.5 billion DAYTA • ICO Token Rate: 33,750 DAYTA per ETH + bonus • Contribution Method: BTC, ETH and DASH • Token Distribution: o 60% Token Sale o 10% Partnerships o 10% Community Development / Reserve o 20% Team & Advisors (Team tokens are locked through milestones)
Lock ups will exist for the project team only. All contributors will have instant access to their tokens once ICO activities have been completed and we move into project and business development, and exchange listing.
As a contributor to the public sale you will receive an email confirming your registration at the end of the whitelist registration process. As a private investor you will be dealing directly with the Senior Leadership Team, such as one of the Directors.
Dayta is incorporated in the United Kingdom. The Dayta team are spread across the globe with offices in Rio De Janeiro, Lahore and London.
Residents of the following countries cannot participate in the ICO: • Afghanistan • Bosnia and Herzegovina • Canada • China • Democratic People’s Republic of Korea • Ehiopia • Guyana • Iran • Iraq • Laos • Libya • Myanmar • Syria • Uganda • USA • Vanuatu • Yemen
In order to participate in the Dayta private and public token sales you must undergo various security checks to ensure you are not subject to Sanctions regulations (e.g. contributing from a restructured country) or other Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulation checks. We also must ensure we have basic information about our contributors via Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations. We partner with a security / regulatory firm to ensure all such checks are automated, scored and the results supplied to ensure we are able to make a decision to contributor suitability. Your personal data is strictly confidential and NEVER shared with anyone outside of the Dayta project.
Any questions? Reach out to us and we’ll get back to you shortly.