//STORE enables these computing, economic, and governance primitives

Zero-fee settlement-layer enables

Zero-fee, peer-to-peer value transfer

Fast transactions

Scalable transactions

Democratic and 2/3 censorship resistant governance (one entity, one vote)

Tokenized Data enables

Data to be open and tradable

Data to be programmable by third party apps and devices

Data to have a monetary premium (like $STORE, $BTC, $ETH, $EOS, and gold)

Datacoin revenue to be shared with users, citizens, more

…which enables these high-level use cases

Zero-fee settlement-layer enabled

Tokenized data enabled (p2p cloud)

High-level Use Cases

Fast, zero-fee, programmable payments for the public internet

Voting on the global rules of a decentralized, zero-fee digital asset

Zero-fee, 2/3 censorship resistant value transfer of data as a digital asset

Voting on the global rules of decentralized, open, and programmable data

A web2 app developer opening APIs for other developers to build with (for $STORE)

An IoT device developer live streaming datasets for anyone to access (for $STORE)

A health care system making a prized and rare dataset available (for $STORE)

An autonomous car or drone opening its ML-ready, live data streams (for $STORE)

A local government streaming IoT device data for anyone to access (for $STORE)

(If we publish, we’ll award you with 100,000 $STORE – enough to compete in founding mining auctions.)

While STORE transactions are zero-fee for both end users and developers, if STORE is initially deployed as n ERC20 token on Ethereum, applicable gas fees apply on Ethereum. All settlement transactions on Ethereum incur gas fees. When the ERC20 STORE tokens are swapped with native STORE token tokens, transactions will be settled on the STORE network and at that time, zero-fee transactions are resumed.

November 15, 2017 . 2 min read

Digital Innovator Mark Ramberg to Advise STORE on Platforms and API

SAN FRANCISCO — For more than a decade, Mark Ramberg has been ahead of the technological curve. In leadership roles previously at Microsoft and Amazon Web Services and now at Akamai Technologies, Ramberg has developed an unparalleled depth of knowledge of media content, delivery and security.

SAN FRANCISCO — For more than a decade, Mark Ramberg has been ahead of the technological curve. In leadership roles previously at Microsoft and Amazon Web Services and now at Akamai Technologies, Ramberg has developed an unparalleled depth of knowledge of media content, delivery and security.

Today, STORE creator Chris McCoy is pleased to announce that Ramberg will assist the company, advising on platforms and Wallet SDK.

“Mark is one of the great operators and visionaries in database technologies. His role in STORE ensures we will have a Wallet SDK that enables applications to integrate cryptocurrency directly into their API calls and user actions as a new type of incentive and/or reward. Mark will also help the project make important strategic decisions on the hardware and software fronts. It’s an honor to work with him. ” McCoy said.

Ramberg is vice president of business development for media at Akamai, a company that specializes in cloud network delivery. Akamai is a leader in creating software solutions to help provide live streaming content for major global events, such as the Olympic Games and the World Cup.

“STORE is at the forefront of the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem, enabling the future of transaction-based incentive programs. Chris McCoy has quickly become a leader in this foundational technology space by leveraging his passion and experience in data science, public policy and politics, and economics to position STORE for rapid growth,” Ramberg said.

Before joining Akamai, Ramberg was general manager of media and entertainment at Amazon Web Services from 2011 to 2015 and general manager of business development and marketing at Microsoft, from 2001 to 2011. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in computer science and an MBA in technology management from the University of Washington.

STORE, a new public blockchain with a governance similar to the checks and balances of the U.S. Constitution and dynamic economics similar to ride-sharing companies like Uber, will power free transactions for users and app developers using its Dynamic Proof of Stake consensus (DyPoS).

McCoy said he is eager to expand on his partnership with Ramberg, who is a board member of STORE’s major developer partner, Footprint, enterprise chat for franchises and chain stores, integrating STORE as its native cryptocurrency.

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