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G Smart Community utilizes Blockchain to help monetize personal data.

CHICAGO, USA, October 13, 2018 / -- What is it that makes big data so valuable?

Marketing teams and advertisers use data to learn more about their audience’s preferences, allowing them to create advertisements and online content that more reliably appeals to users. When marketers know more about their customers, they know better how to meet their needs, resulting in improved sales figures for their companies.

Through smart analytics, companies can go beyond just sales figures to obtain insight into people’s motivations and personal preferences.

Businesses, marketers, and publishers can use this information to gain a clearer overall picture of their audience, customer base, and operations. Your data could also have value for others. What that value is, depends on the nature of the information and who’s buying it. If you can provide quality data and communicate its potential uses well, you can earn revenue directly from your data in addition to taking advantage of its more indirect economic benefits.

You could be sitting on a potential goldmine created by your own data, and the G Smart Community is exactly what you need to help you monetize that data.

G Smart Community utilizes blockchain technology to secure your data and utilizes smart contracts to help you monetize that data. By storing your data in the G Smart Community database, all your data will be securely guarded and guaranteed to monetize through application on various levels. Now you truly own your data, and not just let your data be a fuel for someone else’s financial growth.

In a world where data is created at rates faster than ever its ownership is gaining importance. It isn’t only organizations who understand its value. Consumers are becoming more aware of their data’s value and they should have power and authority over whether to give companies their sensitive data for free.

Jess Jameson
Global News&Media
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