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We're excited to announce the Epocum smart sharing platform here on Bitcointalk.
Smart sharing contracts
Epocum introduces smart sharing contracts as a new standard for the next generation advertising industries.
-> READ MORE ABOUT EPOCUM AND SMART SHARING CONTRACTS
Why should you use smart sharing contracts?
Smart sharing contracts (SSC) are an advertising tool implemented in our platform and are used to bring traffic to your website. There are three types of SSC that will be implemented in the Beta:
- Pay for share: pay other people in ETH through smart contract for every single share
- Pay for connectivity: pay others in ETH, through a smart contract, for a total connectivity that has been brought to you
- Earn for share: earn by the connectivity generated by your post
-> READ HOW EPOCUM WORKS AND USAGE SCENARIOS
$EPM: A CONNECTIVITY BASED TOKEN
$EPM is the currency generated by the platform and is the economic and digital representation of connectivity itself
and is transferable between any service or simple wallet existing in ethereum.
Token type: ERC20 Smart Token
Token distribution: -> READ HERE
ALPHA IS LIVE
We already have several web services that are testing our platform and many others are joining it.
-> TRY ALPHA NOW
BETA IS COMING
In the Beta will be implemented the the token distribution and other Epocum's services
The Beta will be available on Q2 2018.
-> READ MORE ABOUT ALPHA AND BETA RELEASE
Developers can use our APIs to create their own service, using real and trasparent connectivity data.
-> READ API REFERENCES
Our roadmap towards the Beta and beyond.
We are a full-time developers team that works in collaboration with the University of Perugia and
we have scheduled events about Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies, seminars and presentations that will
be held in the coming months. We will present our project during the "Distributed Ledger Technology"
conference on February 1st. We will keep you updated on future events and conferences.
Stefano Bistarelli: Associate professor of Computer Science at the Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science at the University of Perugia and a research associate at the Institute for
Computer Science and Telematics (IIT) at the CNR (Italian National Research Council) in Pisa.
In 2016 he won 2 prizes, the "Microsoft Azure research" and the 'Aws research grant', thanks to the
research made by the Cybersecurity lab, which he founded, in the Blockchain and Bitcoin field.
Francesco Santini: Teaching Programming languages at University of Perugia and part
of the Cybersecurity lab. Co-writer of the articles "Visual Analytics for Bitcoin Transactions"
and "Go with the -Bitcoin- Flow: An Advanced Visualisation Tool"
Roberto de Nicolò: Web developer at LUISS Guido Carli University.
Mario Volpi: Part of the dissemination group of the Mosler economics Modern Money Theory (MEMMT),
trying to increase citizens' awareness of the causes of the current economic crisis and the only possible scenario
of recovery: full employment, internal demand and monetary sovereignty.