In the SINSO products matrix, SINSO DataLand holds a special place. A quick review of SINSO products architecture diagram will shed light on the connection between DataLand and other products.
SINSO DataLand is a consumer-oriented metaverse data space. Closely integrated with SINSO Getway, SINSO DataLand can dock various data sources, allowing users to store data into IPFS/Filecoin or Arweave, Crust, and other distributed storage systems. SINSO Getway, as a distributed cache layer, can store a copy of persistently stored data. With SINSO DataLand, you can safely store data in your own space without relying on any other centralized storage architecture, which is actually an important feature of DataLand. Though you can see many private networks integrated with IPFS providing commercial storage services, that is not following the Web3.0 mindset.
The first mission of SINSO DataLand is to make individuals truly control and own their data, and meanwhile, make money from their valuable data via trading.
The interface of SINSO DataLand looks like a simplified version of Dropbox, but the former has a positioning vastly different from that of Dropbox. Watch the file shown in the image below, it has been minted into an NFT.
SINSO DataLand attaches importance to how to turn data into assets and more possible gameplay. At the current stage, it supports pictures in jpg, jpeg, gif, and png format; videos in MP4 and avi format; and 3D models in Glb, glTF format. In the future, we will support more file formats, so that more and more files can be minted as NFTs. Using CID to realize content addressing, SINSO DataLand makes it practical to trace and verify the data of minted NFTs, which is of profound significance in maintaining “decentralization”. Right now, you can log into https://DataLand.sinso.io/dashboard through your MetaMask wallet to upload your pictures and 3D models to mint your NFTs. To save your money, you can use test tokens (ask admins in t.me/sinsonetwork for the tutorial).
The next step after enabling data-oriented NFTs generation is to pave the way for the application of SINSO DAC, an important component for data governance. While digital wallets are focusing on Tokens, SINSO DataLand focuses on data assets. Through SINSO DAC, we will conduct in-depth management to maximize the value of data assets. More details about SINSO DAC will be introduced in a special article later.
To be noted, SINSO DataLand is not shareware, it is rather a personal metaverse data resource browser that can be deeply customized and developed. In order to expand its properties and functions, we extend DataLand through the SINSO DAppCube open-source ecological plug-in system. Eventually, many functions will be presented in packaged APIs, making everyone a developer. By developing various Plugins, developers will be rewarded with SINSO tokens. Related details will soon be launched in a timely manner with corresponding policies.
For example, SINSO DataLand needs to support the browsing of more files — this is not a matter for the SINSO team alone, everyone can extend it. We will integrate an attractive function into SINSO DAppCube, such as integrating BINANCE PAY for decentralized transactions and payment of data assets. The extended development of SINSO DAppCube can make SINSO DataLand an enterprise-level product with the property of providing services for the B-side. If an application with private domain traffic considers upgrading from Web2.0 to Web3.0, SINSO DataLand will be one of the core components to enhance its business value. SINSO DataLand will cooperate with cloud vendors to become Web3.0 application layer service middleware, and commercial companies can directly and quickly use the core functions of SINSO DataLand.
To sum up, SINSO DataLand has great commercial value. The narrative logic starts with “In the future society, data will be the greatest asset of mankind”, and the process to turn data into assets and manage data requires a supportive infrastructure, SINSO DataLand is such a portal to present and manage data.