Create a unique token economy with a completely new platform that uses free storage
Smart contract blockchain
TOSHIKI TASHIRO - PROJECT MANAGER
YOSHITOMO KIKUCHI - MARKETING LEADER
YUICHI YOSHIDA - MARKETING
EISUKE MATSUMOTO - MARKETING
KOJI TAKANE - TECHNICAL
MARINA KAZAKOVA - PRESS
JACK LEE - BLOCKCHAIN ENGINEER
MODULE (MODL) – An innovative blockchain platform, based on PoSTT! Proof of Space, Time and Transaction
The Module is a blockchain-based platform offering an asset of free mobile device storage. Module platform allows users to mine and rent unused GB even from small portable devices, which means that any mobile phone owner will be able to participate in the Module business and earn.
Module is developing a platform that will allow users to rent spare memory on their computers or other devices – including smartphones and tablets – that can be used as part of a blockchain, for any data storage purpose. The company's innovative software hopes to address problems inherent in existing blockchain services – excessive power consumption and tacit centralization – by allowing even users with low-powered hardware to host a portion of the blockchain as part of a cloud system. The company is also releasing its own cryptocurrency, the MODL token, that will be required to access its platform. Module is the work of a medium-sized team based in Japan; its six executives are managing a team of nine engineers, and the team has decades of software development and management experience between them. Though the company has a presence on most popular social media sites, it has not yet gained a large audience; its Facebook, Twitter, and Telegram pages have fewer than 100 followers combined. The company also hasn't received any press from websites, aside from those that gather information about upcoming ICOs. Module's primary product is a blockchain-based data storage platform that allows anyone to act as a “miner” (data host) using their computer’s spare memory. The system isn't necessarily aimed at end users, but rather at software developers who could use it to handle the back-end for a wide variety of applications. In their whitepaper, Module estimates that there are easily billions of gigabytes going unused on smartphones and other devices throughout the world; while most blockchain services depend on very powerful computers to verify transactions and store data, Module instead suggests that all this unused memory should be harnessed.
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Module's platform offers an interesting option for blockchain-based applications; most programs that use this technology depend on a relatively small community of users running powerful hardware and ultimately fail to achieve the decentralization that they claim. Programmers interested in creating decentralized applications certainly ought to consider Module's platform upon its release, so long as it attracts enough hosts to operate smoothly. It should be kept in mind that investors won't see any return for at least several months since the product is still early in its development.
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