Who is Tapmydata, Personal Privacy Solutions, TAP Protocol?

Tapmydata has an advanced, robust data rights solution and channel for organisations to rebuild trust with citizens — securely, transparently and with Privacy by Design — the first of its kind worldwide.

We have a proven capability to deliver consumer grade technology that works reliably, with Privacy by Design and using the public blockchain as a statement of record. Covering PrivTech, crypto and data commerce, our leadership team is experienced in founding, growing and exiting businesses across the tech spectrum. Our specialists bring together the skills to take new ideas from conception through MVP to delivery on an agile basis.

TAP Token

Overview

TAP is Tapmydata’s native protocol token and is issued by TAP Protocol Ltd.

Token Name — Tapmydata

Token Ticker — TAP

Token Type — ERC20

Initial Supply — 100,000,000

Maximum Supply — 100,000,000

Core Question

How do people control and unlock value represented by their data.

Context

Consent for data use is currently implicit, opaque and proprietary; the actors have poor incentives (regulatory obligations) to change procedures and processes to meet consumer needs.

Criteria for Success

A growing user base and awareness of project with users minting consent (NFT) tokens and obtaining value (ERC20 tokens) from organisations. We see us becoming an potential on-ramp in to crypto for the average Joe/Joeleen.

Scope of Solution Space

Ability for users to extract value for their ‘static’ data-sets from organisations. We do not intend to directly handle real-time data other than through marketplace activities which could be handled via partnerships.

Constraints of Solution Space

Growing interest amongst users and companies simultaneously is difficult “Reasons to care”. Tapping into existing company user bases and giving those organisations a value add is our mitigation this. This has to some extent been proved up by commercial interactions to date.

Stakeholders

Joe/Joleen data owner. Companies/Orgs holding data. Data validators/issuers e.g. public notaries, governments, Data Unions, Developers

Key Sources of Insight

US Data monetisation movement and tech, web 2 browser level initiatives, Distributed data marketplaces

TAP Distribution

For more information about our token distribution event visit https://tapmydata.com/tap-token

Beyond Compliance.

Technology has driven a data explosion, with most of it created in just the last 2 years.

We’ve all lost control, and organisations’ lakes of personal data are turning toxic, with rising fines and GDPR rights being weaponised.

Businesses are using methods and tools which don’t scale, and aren’t secure.

Trust has been badly damaged, but it is renewable.

Data Dialogue

Companies struggle to exchange personal info and credentials in any context — breaking the customer experience.

We offer a channel for communication to flow around a need to share data, consisting of an app for people to exercise their rights, a secure wallet, and a web portal for businesses to manage requests and share data.

Data unlocked

Let’s take the example of data rights: most organisations take a traditional, compliance-focused approach to this challenge involving details buried in privacy policies, web forms, email exchanges and letters via ‘snail mail’. Gartner estimates each request processed in this way cost $1,400, and the volumes are rising steadily…

Solution

Push a ‘case’ to a customer; rights request, client onboarding, location safeguarding check-in

Customised auto-responses give individuals a threshold level of information on data you hold direct to their ‘phone, without compromising security

Replace email exchanges with secure chat, AI-driven responses outside office hours

Built-in identity verification assurance

Statement of record to the blockchain with full audit trail

Identity Defined

One of the challenges in sharing data is establishing individuals’ identity. This is a requirement of GDPR and CCPA, but the proof demanded by organisations is often inappropriate for the task and can significantly raise their own level of risk.

For use cases like data rights, location check-in and volunteer onboarding, we offer our own, light-touch ID verification and biometric technology to create a unique set of credentials where a full KYC solution is not appropriate.

Get Started

You can join hundreds of organisations using Tapmydata to rebuild trust without signing up to any terms and conditions, and basic access is free.

Either Get Started Now on your own or use the form below to request a demo and one of our team will give you a short run through of the platform and share how the system is being used by our clients and partners.

Website: https://tapmydata.com/

WPP: https://docs.tapmydata.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tapmydata

Telegram: https://t.me/tapmydataofficial

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tapmydata_/

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