A digital asset is a file of any type, including images, audio, video, PDF files, animated GIFs, that holds information about the file (name, author name, creation time, etc.), as well as information related to preserving the authenticity of the file, the integrity of the content from which it is composed, and the identity of the file owner.
A digital barcode is a set of information on a file that represents an authentic digital asset ("ADA").
This includes information about the file (name, author name, time of creation, etc.), as well as information related to preserving the authenticity of the file, the integrity of the content from which it is composed, and the identity of the file owner.
The digital barcode provides a globally unique file identifier and copyright protection tool.
In addition, it serves as a repository for the author's promotional material, such as a promotional text, a PDF booklet, a personal audio message or a short promotional video.
Blockchain is a decentralized database that is shared and synchronized among the nodes of a computer network and operates without the need for a central authority.
Instead of being locked within a single database, as is the case with centralized systems, files and information are diversified across the blockchain and made accessible to as many computers connected to a common peer-to-peer network as needed.
Once stored on the blockchain, a digital asset becomes virtually immutable, irreplaceable, irrevocable and available for validation at any time of the day.
The transfer of data over the blockchain network is called a transaction. A file that contains data related to a transaction is called a transaction file.
An authentic digital asset ("ADA") is any asset in digital format, such as images, photographs, PDF files, animated GIFs, songs, videos, movies, e-books, with an embedded digital barcode and stored on a custom built blockchain.
The digital barcode provides a globally unique file identifier and copyright protection tool, while the blockchain platform forces hosted digital assets to remain immutable, irreplaceable, irrevocable and available for validation at any time of the day.
Most blockchains use inadequate mathematical methods to validate transactions, which unnecessarily burden the entire blockchain system and make it more complex and expensive than it should be.
On the other hand, appropriate software tools such as those provided by digital chip card technology will make the ADA minting process transparent and easy to follow, increase reliability and reduce costs.
The greatest value of an authentic digital asset is believed to lie in its irreplaceability, traceability and uniqueness.
An authentic digital asset is not a virtual certificate of ownership of a digital object, but real digital art and an expression of the will and intentions of creative artists, who invest their knowledge, talent and money so that their works are finally valued accordingly.
Digital chip card technology introduces security tokens, which consist of a hash code, an IP address, a public key, and a timestamp.
Security tokens cannot be changed, removed, ignored or misused in any way. They are held responsible for verifying the authenticity and integrity of the data embedded in the asset, thereby guaranteeing the immutability and ultimate protection of digital copyrights.
Not really. In order for a digital asset to be represented as an ADA, there must be some certificate of authenticity associated with it.
There are several ways to achieve this, but the most viable solution is to permanently embed the data into the digital asset itself using appropriate software tools, such as those provided by digital chip card technology.
Anyone can create an ADA and put it up for sale on digital markets through a platform that utilizes blockchain technology, at any price and in any currency. Blockchain allows potential customers to verify digital goods at any time of the day, so they know exactly what they bought and who they bought it from.
You can sell ADAs in any currency, be it fiat currency (eg US Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.) or cryptocurrency (eg Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.).
You don't have to use any specific shopping platform to sell an ADA, but you do need a platform that utilizes blockchain technology and allows potential customers to validate your ADA.
Each ADA has metadata, security tokens, and even some other files (say, short videos or profile pictures) embedded in them, and they're all permanently stored there - provided the ADA is treated as a whole.
If we try to copy a part of an ADA or capture a moment (eg take a screenshot, record audio, etc.), the embedded data will be lost.
You would have some kind of video or audio stored on your device, but without the metadata that allows verification of the original digital asset, it no longer constitutes a true ADA.
It's just another file that resembles the ADA, but it's missing key information that would testify to its authenticity.
Anyone who purchases a digital asset with a certificate of authenticity permanently inscribed in it can claim to have purchased an authentic digital asset (eg a real photo, animated GIF, music, video, etc.).
This in no way prejudices the buyer's right to own the ADA (unless otherwise specified by the seller), nor in any way infringes the copyright of the owner of the ADA.
Yes, it is. It is possible to trace an ADA on its way from the creator to the customer by validating the transaction on the blockchain, which is achieved by directly extracting the information embedded in the ADA itself.
No, this is not possible. In case of any intervention on the ADA, its data will no longer be readable (an error will be reported), which means that this digital asset is no longer considered irreplaceable and authentic.
Consequently, it can no longer be called an ADA and cannot be part of the blockchain.
Digital Chip Card Technology, or DCCT for short, represents a set of innovative solutions implementated in security protocols and e-business systems that gravitate towards preserving privacy, confidentiality, authenticity and integrity of data and protecting against misuse.
DCCT introduces simple and reliable tools for secure wireless and online data transmission, digitally signing and encrypting images, audio and video recordings, PDF documents, animated GIFs and other files and storing them on durable and reliable media beyond the reach of cyber attacks.
At the heart of the DCCT ecosystem lies a digital asset, up to 1MB in size, with an integrated virtual chip.
This is called a digital chip card.
The "processor" of the virtual chip is powered by artificial intelligence (AI), while the "memory units" are occupied by files, metadata, security tokens and information carriers.
Each card with a virtual chip contains metadata related to the content and content owner (name, title, description) and optionally, a file of any type (no larger than 1MB) attached to the card.
Security tokens, consisting of a hash code, an IP address, a public key, and a timestamp, are held responsible for verifying the authenticity and integrity of the data stored on the card.
The transmission of data between devices at a short distance from each other, or over a network, is enabled by a unique sequence of numbers representing the information carrier.
Generated by AI algorithms, the carrier provides cryptographic encryption of the transmitted data and prevents it from being modified, lost or corrupted along the way.
DCCT is the guiding light for everyone who is looking to create an authentic digital asset ("ADA") and put it up for sale on a custom built blockchain, improve blockchain technology algorithms, insert metadata and files of any type directly into a digital asset, cover all aspects of copyright and intellectual property protection, initiate contactless data transfer between devices at a short distance from each other, provide secure channels for the transfer of financial information, implement effective solutions for access control, etc.
Primarily designed for hosting authentic digital assets, DCCT Network is a blockchain system with up to three devices connected to a common peer-to-peer (P2P) computer network.
The device can be a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Data transmission over the network is carried out by exchanging electronic messages in the form of digital telegrams.
Unlike other algorithms based on a large number of nodes and the use of inadequate computing that unnecessarily complicate the authentication of digital assets, DCCT Network verifies the transaction using data embedded in the transaction file itself, without referring to external links and sources.
The files and metadata stored on DCCT Network cannot be altered, forged or removed, which makes this platform suitable for transmitting confidential, encrypted information and guarantees the preservation of the authenticity of the digital assets hosted over there.
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#DCCT Network is a blockchain system with up to three devices connected to a common peer-to-peer (P2P) computer network.
Designed to host authentic digital assets, it is capable of validating data based on information independent of external sources.
Transactions over the network are carried out by exchanging electronic messages in the form of digital telegrams.