Self-protect personal data powered by the blockchain loyalty program

  • Current loyalty programs put personal data in danger
  • Blockchain loyalty program powering self-protect personal data
  • Data ownership: The decentralized mechanism of blockchain ensures users own and control their personal data. Users will have their pair of public-private keys to encrypt and decrypt data.
  • Data transparency: Each user is completely transparent about which of their data is being collected and how it is being collected. In addition, the blockchain system can interact easily with other databases, so existing data remains in its original position if the transform happens.
  • Access control: Users can change the set of permissions at any time and revoke access to previously collected data. While the user interface will likely be preserved, access control policies will be securely stored on a blockchain, where only users are allowed to change them.
  • Get started on your blockchain loyalty program project

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