Data Providers of Makers Market
Dear Millimeter Community,
Today, we would like to inform you all with some information about Data Providers within the Makers Market Platform.
Let’s dive right into it!
The provider of E-data refers to an individual, DApp partner, institution, etc. who holds data or the copyright of the data. The providers agree to the usage of the data and receive compensation for the data they provide. This leads to the trade of E-data or copyrights on the ‘Makers Market’ platform.
When a data provider uses the ‘Makers Market’ platform, it goes through the process of checking whether the E-data is registered for the first time. The Hash value of the original data is stored in the database and matched with the creator’s name. This happens only once per data and is applied only to a single creator.
However, the role of the community is significant because there is the possibility of modifying the original data and the possibility that it is a secondary work.
If copyright infringement is revealed to be true, the copyright violator’s account will be frozen for a certain period of time. This problem can be solved by the MM committee judging whether the incident it is true or not.
If the intention of redistribution is proven to be malicious, all MMs held by the account will be recovered to the MM Pool. Of course, the owner of the account may appeal to the MM committee to determine the authenticity. The usage of the MM recovered to the MM Pool is determined by voting every specific cycle for the development of the ecosystem.
In some cases, there can be a small possibility that the contributor initially uploads the data and is registered for the copyright on Makers Market Platform. In this case, the actual copyright holder, with the actual right of the copyright, may raise an objection. This can be handled directly by the MM Council.
In the future, even though one does not own the copyright, Millimeter will prepare a plan to support compensation for the secondary design right if the data is converted to data or application data is shared.
Millimeter is planning for a future where creators will be able to prove their own copyright for their ideas, freely share them, and make a world full of creativeness!