As you are reading this, you and all your devices are creating a manifold of data. But you are not made aware of it, nor are you profiting from it.
The vision of MADANA is to re-think today's behavior with any kind of data. Therefore, we are working on a solution to bring privacy back to data producers.
MADANA is a first step to gaining back control over one of our greatest assets. To achieve this goal, we are collaborating with experienced companies and political institutions.
By platform design data producers of any kind can monetize their data without giving up control over their data or compromising their privacy.
Plug-in providers can profit from their data analysis and programming knowledge, by developing and implementing new analysis schemes and applications through an easy to use interface.
Everyone can purchase custom analysis results with optional cross-analytics insights from a continually growing pool of information. Data analysis results can be purchased on demand with no need for costly data management.
In 2015 there were more than 700 million data records that have been compromised, in 2016 this number almost doubled to 1.3 billion. Neither government, nor private industry seems to be able to deter hackers from gaining access to sensitive data. In many cases breaches are not detected for months and some cases are probably not detected at all.
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Just like our daily life the health industry is also becoming more and more digitalized. Naturally this industry profits from transparent and secure practices immensely.
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PAX is the essential cryptocurrency for the MADANA ecosystem, enabling transparency and trust for all participants.
Data producers and plug-in providers will be rewarded with PAX for their participation through smart contracts based on Blockchain technology.
We distribute PAX for crowdsale contributions to ensure the long-term development of MADANA.
CEO & Co-Founder
COO & Co-Founder
CTO & Co-Founder
Smart Contract Developer
Founder & President of Lisk Foundation
Former VP at Circle, Ex-Goldman Sachs, Director at UBS in New York
President of the German & European Associations of Medium Sized IT-Companies
Vice-Rector at RWTH Aachen University
Professor at WHU
Senior VP and Head of Public Sector & Health at Capgemini
Big Data Expert & Ex-Funds Manager
European Patent, Trademark & Design Attorney
MADANA is a platform for data analysis that uses Blockchain technology allowing participants to get in on the data market with their own data and simultaneously preserving their privacy by design. The vision of MADANA is to re-think today's behavior with any kind of data. Therefore, we are working on a solution to bring privacy back to data producers. MADANA is a first step to gaining back control over one of our greatest assets. To achieve this goal, we are collaborating with experienced companies and political institutions.
Back in 2014 Christian Junger, Max Kordek, Yan Schreier and Eugen Salkutzan founded Bitcoin Aachen, a local meetup and university group. Educating about Bitcoin and Blockchain in general was always important to them so it is no surprise that three years later they would return to a packed venue to do what they love most: Talk about Blockchain.
Christian was invited to share his personal Bitcoin story and the idea behind MADANA in an interview conducted by Rick Falkvinge, the famous activist and founder of the Swedish Pirate Party. The interview is recorded in four clips and is full of interesting information. Watch now the entire interview to learn more about Christian’s background, his thoughts about building a Blockchain company and to see what privacy by design and bringing back power to the people really means at MADANA.
Data producers should have the right to own and control their data themselves. MADANA is a first step to bring privacy back to data producers.
MADANA’s ecosystem enables the safe exchange of sensitive data, that is difficult to conduct with today’s methods. Science and society may benefit through new findings.
Blockchain technology is a perfect fit to create transparency and trust between the MADANA participants.
No, the originator stays owner of his data. The data stays encrypted under the owners control. Data producers can release their data for analyses.
Yes, as long as data producers are releasing data for analyses, they will be rewarded every time their data is used for an analysis result.
No, the analysis buyer will never see raw data sets. The buyer will just get an anonymized analysis result.