The Global Inclusive Blockchain Conference: Trusted Content Protocol Will Overturn the Internet Ecosystem

SINGAPORE, April 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Recently, the Global Inclusive Blockchain Conference held a two-day summit in Singapore where experts, scholars and technical gurus from all over the world came together to discuss the Internet Ecosystem. Not only did they discuss large contentious topics such as investment trends and the regulation of blockchain, but they also focused on application projects using blockchain.

As one of the organizers of the sub-session summit "Blockchain: The Token Economy", Primas co-founder Wu Peng (Oliver Wu) shared some unique and visionary ideas about the application of blockchain in the field of content ecosystem. Wu Peng stated at the summit "since the birth of the Internet, all basic protocols have solely solved the problem of how to find information. However, no agreement exists to distinguish between the genuine and false information, and issue of usability. Blockchain is the most reliable way to solve the issue of credibility of information." The distributed trusted content protocol (DTCP) created by his team can record all information-related metadata, including information of author, time of credit and time of release on an inalterable blockchain network. In the future, people will know the source, credit, copyright and other details about the information being disseminated at any time, thus making it easier to better recognize a high-quality article and the flow, transaction and distribution of content.

In addition to changing the existing structure of the market of content, the Primas team is doing even more outstanding things, namely building a content ecosystem using media underpinned by blockchain and other technology. This DApp has now entered the third round of closed beta, the Chinese and Japanese communities have also been opened and a large number of users have been involved. The English community will open in the very near future.

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