Pareto Network to Donate Portion of Proceeds to Clean Water Initiatives in Africa 7 2914

The Pareto Network, the financial intel network for traders and investors, announced today that a portion of proceeds from their upcoming PARETO Score sales will be going to various initiatives to equip underserved African communities with clean water.

“We’re excited to announce this project,” says Pareto Network CEO and co-founder Eric Lamison-White. “Providing basic essentials like water to communities in need has been a focus of our team, and we’re glad to have an opportunity to do our part.”

According to Lamison-White, the details of the upcoming Score sales and clean water initiatives will follow in the coming weeks. For more information about the Pareto Network and PARETO Score sales, visit

About the Pareto Network

The Pareto Network is a peer-to-peer content marketplace enabling users to submit real-time actionable intelligence to traders and investors. Users are then rewarded via Pareto Tokens based on the value of the content to the network. Founded by Eric Lamison-White and Ted Lanpher, the platform was created to address rampant misinformation in the blockchain community, in order to provide well-vetted and unbiased intel to the cryptocurrency community.

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DiscoveryIoT – Introducing the World’s First Blockless DAG IoT Network 3 2216

[Birkirkara, Malta, August 12] Looking to disrupt a trillion dollar market, Discovery is setting up an IoT network targeting supply chain businesses. Discovery is set to revolutionize the traditional supply chain network through its innovative solution by bringing together blockchain technology, AI and IoT. The core of the Discovery network is comprised of three layers, the Cliot IoT tag, the user community and the data analytics/Artificial Intelligence engine.  

Cliot is a groundbreaking innovation being carried out at the smallest scale.  It is an IoT tag that utilizes backscatter technology to absorb surrounding electromagnetic waves (Cellular) to power itself up. Being developed at a cost as low as $0.10 per tag, Cliot lends itself to be a highly scalable solution for tracking everyday products. Cliot is being developed to communicate with devices within 30m range. In addition, it can also house a variety of sensors like temperature sensor, accelerometer etc., depending on various purposes.

The user community is a community of smartphone users that have the Discovery application installed on their phones. These smartphones act as nodes in the network with which Cliot communicates and transmits data over WiFi or Bluetooth. The communication automatically takes place without the active involvement of any user once the phone is in Cliot’s vicinity. Once the data is transmitted to the phones, the data is then transferred to the central server via the phone’s cellular network.  

Data analytics forms the third layer wherein the data received from the Cliot is processed using edge computing at the smartphones and sent to the cloud to capture useful insights about the processes in the supply chain. These insights ultimately help in strategizing businesses as well as in maintaining the quality of the products in supply chain. There is also an AI engine built into this layer, to give meaningful and predictive information to clients about their supply chain.

The Utility of Discovery Network

Streamlining supply chain provides businesses an opportunity to improve revenues as well as reduce waste, without having to suffer great amount of revenue loss through stock-outs, stock-obsolescence, untimely delivery, poor product quality, etc. Therefore, in the developed economies where retail is organized, Discovery’s solution provides optimization of businesses by giving access to deep insights from the sales data the network gathers. However, Discovery’s solution has the biggest disruptive potential in the developing economies in Asia and Africa where retail is highly disorganized. It’s almost impossible for clients to access retail data in such markets and the businesses often suffer from issues like stock-outs. Discovery’s network, therefore, has a scope to be a massively successful solution in these markets and its utility can be summarized below:

Low-cost tracking

With the Cliot tag priced at $0.10 and tracking cost as low as $0.04 per product per month, Discovery’s solution is inexpensive compared to the existing solutions available. Being cost effective, the solution can be massively adopted for daily products.

Real-time visibility

Discovery’s solution enables clients to get real-time insight into their stocks and supply chain management. This insight would provide an effective decision-making tool for forming successful business strategies.  

Artificial intelligence

The third layer that forms the Discovery network incorporates AI which enhances the network’s capability by providing clients with predictable and actionable information. This predictive capability can help clients avoid issues like stock-outs while the AI gets smarter as more information is added to Discovery database.

Custom analytics report

The data analytics layer of Discovery can provide clients with customized reports of their sales data according to the unique requirement of each brand.

Customer and retailer relations

As retailers do not receive any direct incentive in sharing sales data, they are likely not motivated to do so. In addition, it is not possible to know the retailer performance without having access to the sales data. With Discovery’s solution, companies do not have to deal with retailers as the products tagged with Cliot transmit relevant data.

Besides the utility that Discovery network allows for clients, the user community who facilitates the network’s expansion is also benefited in the following ways:

Instant rewards

The community members who lend their data to the Discovery’s network are rewarded on a daily basis without any delay.

Passive Income

The network is built such that community members are not required to be actively involved in the data collection from Cliot. The Discovery application only needs to be run in the background which can automatically pair up with Cliot tag as the user is in its vicinity.

Guaranteed security

The data collected through Discovery network is de-granularized and individually identifiable information is not shared, thus ensuring highest level of privacy and security.

Control over the data limit

Discovery provides users an option to configure the data limit according to user preferences in the application and it also allows them to set geographical limitations.

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Source: Esthan, a tech PR Firm, and an Official PR partner of DiscoveryIoT

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What is The Blockchain Anyway? 4 1348

Everyone’s familiar with cryptocurrency by now. Bitcoin and Ethereum are starting to become part of our everyday vocabulary. And so is the word “blockchain.” Everyone’s heard of it, but exactly what is the blockchain anyway and how will it impact our lives?

The blockchain is a revolutionary technology that’s being described by many as “the new internet.” Its implications have repercussions on many (if not, all) industries and areas, thanks to several of its unique qualities.

Think of The Blockchain As a Spreadsheet

Rather like turning on a lightswitch or zapping through your television, you don’t necessarily need to know how the blockchain works to understand it. But, perhaps one of the easiest ways is by thinking of it as a spreadsheet. Let’s see:

It started with Microsoft Excel.

You created a new spreadsheet and then emailed it to your colleague, who then emailed it to the next collaborator. They would edit, update and send it back. Great.

Except that you could end up with countless versions of the same document and never know which one was the latest. Lots of emails, lots of confusion, plenty of room for improvement.

Enter Google Docs.

Google Docs allows many people to work on the same spreadsheet at the same time. This does away with the email chains and the countless updated versions. But what it doesn’t do is allow for widespread, simultaneous distribution.

That’s where the blockchain comes in.

Everyone can have access to the spreadsheet at once, whenever they want to; providing the ultimate in transparency and a few more things besides.

The Blockchain is Incorruptible

Co-Author of the Blockchain Revolution, Don Tapscott, describes the blockchain as “an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions, but virtually everything of value.” While the blockchain is first and foremost associated with cryptocurrency, its real power lies in its technology. All of the blockchain’s records are immutable because they are shared over all participating parties’ computers.

Consider the implications of this for one moment. If the blockchain was used to record events and transactions in the supply chain, corruption would be impossible. If the blockchain were applied to elections, forging votes would be a think of the past.

The Blockchain is Decentralized

We hear the word “decentralized” associated with the blockchain a lot. But what exactly are the implications of that? The fact that no data is located in any single location, or owned by any single person is another reason that its records are tamper-proof. If any changes are made at any point in the ledger, they happen across the entire network in real time, just like crypto transactions.

According to Block Geeks, “Decentralization means the network operates on a user-to-user (or peer-to-peer) basis. The forms of mass collaboration this makes possible are just beginning to be investigated.” The blockchain, then, could have a huge impact on many areas, from the sharing economy to identity management.

How is The Blockchain Currently Being Used?

The blockchain is currently being used in many industries and will start to leave its stamp on more and more. Take legal documents, for example. If these could all be managed with blockchain, we would no longer need hard copy passports, birth certificates, or anything else; everything could be digitized.

When it comes to banking, the decentralized nature of the blockchain would mean that your money would never be in one account only. Your finances would be safe should one institution go bankrupt, because the records would be distributed over many participating parties.

Sooner or later, most businesses will rely on the blockchain to make their transactions more efficient and secure. There will no no further concerns about data breaches or loss of information, and every record will be public. Blockchain technology is set to be as disruptive to businesses around the world as the internet, allowing us to achieve speed, efficiency and transparency. Are you ready?

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