A blueprint for mapping decentralized data

Quadrant is a blockchain-based protocol that enables the access, creation, and distribution of data products and services with authenticity and provenance at its core.


AI Data Gap
Small companies struggle to create AI innovations because they lack access to the volumes of data their algorithms need
Unauthentic Data
The data small companies do have access to produces poor algorithm results due to its questionable authenticity
Unsustainable Ecosystem
Data Producers lack the incentives to provide the volumes of authentic data required because they only get compensated for the initial sale


The data economy is similar to space; unmapped and chaotic. Quadrant serves as the blueprint that provides an organized system for the utilization of decentralized data.


Data Stamping
We stamp for authenticity, allowing data buyers to trace and have proof of who created the data.
Constellation Creation
We dare Pioneers to venture, enabling them to create the first Data Smart Contracts and are deployed to create new data products
Enriched data and services
We empower the brightest minds to work on creating Mega Constellations - new products and services on top of Quadrant.


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Rightful compensation of provided data for every transaction along the value chain
Be seen as a transparent and trusted supplier by proving ownership of data products
Get the freedom to create linkages between disparate sources of data and develop new data products


Quadrant will operate on a Proof of Authority consensus mechanism to handle more transactions, operate at a lower gas price, achieve faster transactions, and restrict malicious nodes from entering data. An external Proof of Work chain will be used as an anchor for security purposes.
Data Stamping Protocol
Pioneers and Nurseries can lay claim to a produced piece of data by stamping it into Quadrant.
Open Constellations
Constellations can be created by both the suppliers and consumers of data and allow for the nesting of revenue share.
Guardian Nodes
Guardians maintain Quadrant by building blocks onto the Quad Chain and anchoring them to a public chain.


To learn more about how Quadrant will power the data economy,
please read our whitepaper.


Soft Cap/ Hard Cap
$20 million USD hard cap (May be updated to peg to ETH), $3 million USD soft cap
Currencies for Buying Token
$0.05 USD = 1 eQuad (ETH will be pegged the day before sale)
Who Can Participate
Whitelisting process. No citizens of United States of America, Canada, New Zealand, People's Republic of China and the Republic of Korea, or participants who fail to successfully pass KYC/AML checks
eQuad Supply
1,000,000,000 eQuad
eQuad Distribution
40% Crowd-sale, 20% to be held by Company, 20% Stakeholders, 10% Reserve, 10% Team
Type Of Token
Public Sale
To Be Announced


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Mike Davie

Founder and CEO of DataStreamX, Founder of Quadrant

Barkha Jasani

Director of Engineering

Sharique Azam

Big Data & Blockchain Engineer

Navas Khan

Head of Marketing

Roger Ganga

Data Scientist

Marlina Farhin

Front End Developer

Nikos Kostopoulos

EU Community Manager



Dorjee Sun

COO @ Santiment.net,
Community Advisor

Benedict Chan

CTO @ BitGo,
Technical Advisor

Hari Krishnan

CEO @ PropertyGuru,
Strategic Growth Advisor

Everett Leonidas

Corporate Partnerships Advisor

Jeremy Seow

Market Advisor

Whit Walker

Market Advisor




Quadrant is a blockchain-based protocol that enables the access, creation, and distribution of data products and services with authenticity and provenance at its core. The data economy is similar to space; unmapped and chaotic. Quadrant serves as the blueprint that provides an organized system for the utilization of decentralized data.

Quadrant aims to build the data economy around the silos that large data-hoarding companies like Google and Facebook create, in turn diminishing their power.

Quadrant also aims to address the non-transparency issues in the data industry, which lead to a lot of fraud where companies are hiding their sources. With the transparency promoted within Quadrant, companies will be able to trace the data sources for compliance purposes, as well as ensure that they get the data they paid for and that it is what they want for their application.

As well, Quadrant ensures that all the data providers within the value chain receive proper and fair compensation, as the original creators, dubbed as the nurseries, are often left out when it comes to the profits generated by the data they provide aggregators or companies.

Quadrant provides the infrastructure that facilitates the exchange of DaaS and AI services between organizations. It enables data vendors to sell their data with the use of data smart contracts. Likewise, it enables buyers to purchase data and trace its authenticity and provenance through the network’s data stamping verification system. In turn, this enables DaaS and AI service firms to build new products and services on top of the infrastructure and network.

The main participants in Quadrant are the Nurseries, Constellations, Pioneers, Elons, and Guardians.

Nurseries; the atomic data providers that create the original data records. They create stars, which can then be grouped into constellations.

Constellations; the smart contracts that map multiple data sources into a single data product. These data products are then transacted between parties.

Pioneers; the entities that create data products with Quadrant’s smart contracts.

Elons; the entities that utilize the created data products and with them, build new and unique products and services. They rely on constellations and constellation blueprints to make sense of the data space, which they will travel through.

Guardians; the master nodes that protect the integrity of the chain, ensuring that it is not compromised. The Guardians ensure that the constellations created by the Pioneers are not compromised and provide the services of stamping data into the system.

If you have a DaaS or AI service firm, then you can work with us to get your products and services into Quadrant. If you want to help build the network, then you may contact us at  build@explorequadrant.com . You may also spread the word via our bounty program

There are many areas where Quadrant can partner, both technical or commercial. We seek technical partners for storage and processing (computation). As well as seek commercial partners for the following areas:

·     Data vendors

·     AI Service companies

·     APP / SDK Developers

·     DaaS firms

·     University / Innovation Labs

Pioneers and Elons can use an open source client to access Quadrant.

Contact us if you’d like to start authenticating your data via Quadrant; building data products; utilizing the data; or building services on top of the protocol.

Guardians must ask permission to join the network. In this regard, contact us if you want to become an early supporter of Quadrant.

The stamping protocol is a system used to prove the authenticity of data. When data is produced, the nursery stamps the data’s “finger print” (the hash) into Quadrant. It enables Elons to verify, at the time of consumption, whether the data they received was in the exact same state as when it was created.

Files of any size, including the nested folders, can be stamped. Data can be hashed by using a standard SHA 256 hashing algorithm.

Nurseries will pay the network fees to stamp the data in the chain. These fees help prevent spamming of the service and will cover the master nodes’ fees for creating the blocks. The fees will vary depending on the volume of transactions in the network. Elons can verify the data stamp for free.