What is Oz?


Oz is an appchain for the sharing of specialized, user-owned data. It allows users to own, control, and earn from the applications built on the data they share every day.

At the core, Oz is a network of interconnected data collection nodes. It controls the specific structures and types of data that can be shared via collectors. Collectors enable subscriptions to individual user's data feeds, allowing for complete control of what is shared and who can receive it.

To ensure subscribers receive only high-quality data, subscribers maintain the reputation of data providers, thus excluding low-quality data providers from the network.

Oz opens a new market for traditionally monopolized data, reducing censorship and enabling analytics over datasets that are traditionally not available for public view.

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