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RE: Will I be able to use my credit card/USD to purchase Dadi tokens?
I'm afraid not. ETH only.
How does DADI handle tenant isolation?
We prevent data leakage and disruption with role-based access control (RBAC), encryption on the VMs, multi-factor authentication and E2E encryption. Effectively, each tenant (Host) within the network is within it’s own isolated container with it’s own policies, protected against intrusion on the Host hardware and encrypted across the network. Inbound and outbound queries to the host can only come from an authenticated request, and the results are regularly spot checked by peer Hosts.
Hosts are also limited to running a single app, replicated as required across the Gateway VPC, with no preference by the Host admin as to which application their system is in support of.
There’s no way to circumvent authenticated connections to apps running on the Hosts.
Robert Belgrave joins DADI
Robert offers lengthy industry experience in cloud services — he was part of the founding team at Wirehive and instrumental to its success in the five years since. He is also chair of BIMA South, co-creator of the Alexa Stop! podcast and founder of Omnitude, an ecommerce ecosystem built on the blockchain.
Read more on Medium.
There is no minimum for participation in the Presale: it is open to everyone on a first come first serve basis. However we will almost certainly be setting a cap per investment during this phase in order to give individuals a fair chance of participating at the lower rate.
Yes, residents of the United States allowed to participate. DADI is a utility token, not a security.
Can I purchase DADI using an exchange such as Coinbase?
Purchasing tokens from exchanges directly is not possible. This Is because the exchanges provide no method for claiming your tokens after purchase.
You can read about this in a FAQ from Coinbase here.
Why are you using an ICO to fund the development of DADI rather than "real" money?
We are interested in disrupting the status quo, and are doing this in our sector by building a network that is powered by the laptops and mobile phones of tens of thousands of people as opposed to one that we construct and own outright (like Google and others have done).
Because of this we want an ownership model that reflects the overall setup of the platform, which is why we are running a crowdsale rather than taking money from venture capital firms (a door that has always been open to us).
Token holders and those who contribute capacity will earn money from platform use, with the vast majority of all revenue being distributed in this way.
Are nodes performance tested before they are accepted on to the network?
Yes, all nodes - Stargates, Gateways and Hosts - are performance tested before they are accepted on to the network. The testing solution factors available resource, including bandwidth and latency.
The platform is location aware, both geographically and topologically. Hosts connect to local Gateways and Gateways to local Stargates, meaning that tests reflect local network conditions.
Testing happens over a period of time (short for Hosts, longer for Gateways and longer still for Stargates). Once a system is accepted onto the network there is an on ramp, a period during which requests are slowly increased (avoiding the risks associated with a flood of requests).