SINSO Dataland
SINSO-Powered Solutions
A unified storage space for personal metaverse data.
First Mission
In the process, individuals will be able to truly own,
control, and trade their data for profit.
SINSO DataLand is a unified storage space for personal metaverse data. While our NFTs transfer across all chains, our data can always be stored in a consistent space. SINSO DataLand provides an NFT browser with an archive function, and a decentralized identity (DID) integrating the Web2.0 and Web3.0 identities for users to access their own “data land.”
Easily mint large-scale data NFTs
Connected to SINSO Getway decentralized cache network, SINSO DataLand can turn Gamefi’s NFTs into dynamic NFTs with rich data content, and mint NFTs based on a large number of images and videos. Heavy gas fees and slow storage efficiency are no longer bottlenecks.
Turns your data into an asset
Through links with other mainstream NFT platforms, we can save data assets to DataLand to back up users’ data. Of course, we can also just save a link without copying the data. Rather than a storage space, DataLand turns your data into a “data asset”, thus realizing financialization and monetization.
Easy NFT contract creation
Behind DataLand is not a network disk, but a “zero-knowledge proof network”. DataLand can build a Dropbox, but not vice versa, since DataLand is worth more than 1,000 Dropboxes. Zero-knowledge proof provides a convenient and practical verification method, so that data/accounts outside of Web3.0 (off-chain) can easily obtain on-chain verification, and gain the trust of the Web3.0 ecosystem, making it possible for the exchange between data/assets.
How to mint an
NFT with DataLand?
First Mission
In the process, individuals will be able to truly own, control, and trade their data for profit.
SINSO DataLand is a unified storage space for personal metaverse data. While our NFTs transfer across all chains, our data can always be stored in a consistent space. SINSO DataLand provides an NFT browser with an archive function, and a decentralized identity (DID) integrating the Web2.0 and Web3.0 identities for users to access their own “data land.”
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