The Decentralized Accessible Content Chain’s DACC Gets Listed Today At KuCoin Exchange Market

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The Decentralized Accessible Content Chain announces today that their native and transaction currency is now available at KuCoin cryptocurrency exchange market.

Deposits are now available at KuCoin’s official site, or through their Android and iOS apps. Other transactions like buying will start at 19:30 pm UTC+8 and selling/withdrawal at 20:00 pm UTC+8.

About Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC)

DACC (Decentralized Accessible Content Chain) provides a distributed file system built for creation, storage, and sharing of digital content within the inbuilt system to protect creators. The core of DACC focuses on identity and access management (IAM). The DACC public blockchain features IAM built into its foundation – providing security for content distributed and kept on the chain, as well as the ability for developers to create dApps with integrated IAM features.

The advantage of DACC’s chain is that users can upload data without the danger of it falling under someone else’s control. All content will have time-stamped copyright information included on the blockchain, and the platform plans to institute algorithms to search for fraud or misapplication of copyrighted content continually.

The most likely extensive use case for DACC is to allow the creation of decentralized platforms, communities or apps with the chain’s benefits inbuilt. It may be a social network, music streaming, video streaming or more. By using DACC as a base, platforms can be built with secure IAM features, as well as the capacity to include an internal token economy.


DACC Token

The DACC token is utilized to power the users maintaining the network, through block validation and rendering data storage. It will also be used for gas charges, as well as for transactions on the network.

The Team & Roadmap

The DACC development team features members from around the world, with a diversity of experiences. Team leader, Vincent Nguyen’s Linkedin, lists experience in analyst and project management roles with organizations such as Barclays, Thai Airways, and Anheuser-Busch, and recently achieved an MBA from MIT.

Other roles listed in the development team are a technical lead, AI tech lead, audio tech lead, and two media & PR lead, with educational backgrounds from MIT, Harvard, Rice and Carnegie Mellon. The project also lists 23 advisors/investors, which involves Tron founder Justin Sun.

The project has been in development since the beginning of 2018. They plan the release of several dApp demo versions in Q2/Q3 of 2018, including an audio content platform advanced in partnership with Vinci Smart Headphones. On the technical side, development of the DACC blockchain is planned to begin in Q3 2018, aimed at launch in Q2 2019.

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