Fysical is the world's first decentralized and largest crypto-powered data protocol, giving you the next generation of big data: how you move through the physical world.
The last data frontier focused on data from the digital world: who you're connected to, what you search, view, and buy online. The next frontier is offline, and starts with Fysical.
Fysical publishes over 15 billion data points from more than 10,000,000 mobile devices, every month.
Fysical is the infrastructure for the transparent and compliant exchange of location data; foot traffic sensor readings, store visit information, commute routes.
Data suppliers can share and monetize their location data, maintaining transparency, ownership, and control. Data buyers can access and validate data and its source.
Fysical directly contrasts with today's closed systems, data brokers, and black boxes, and replaces them with a transparent peer-to-peer blockchain protocol.
Anyone can supply data to Fysical. Third-parties also provide software tools for data suppliers, such as a mobile SDK, that make it easy to securely share data to the blockchain.
All data contributions have reference data that is stored in an encrypted manner on the blockchain and can only be accessed with the proper decryption key controlled by the data supplier.
Any business, individual, or machine can freely query Fysical to buy data. Data buyers can see an audit trail of all data contributed to the blockchain that clearly identifies the true source of the data. Third-parties also supply tools for data buyers, like a brokerage, that make it easy to search for and buy data.
Data buyers pay data suppliers in FYS tokens.
All transactions are executed using the Ethereum blockchain.
FYS tokens can be used to buy data on Fysical right now.
A predictive model forecasts the health of the economy based on consumer travel, shopping activity, and restaurant visits provided by Fysical.
An urban planner tackles transportation congestion problems using car and pedestrian traffic flow data provided by Fysical.
A commercial real-estate developer selects a new development site based on pedestrian foot traffic flow provided by Fysical.
A hedge fund manager trades stocks by comparing store sales against foot traffic data provided by Fysical.
A researcher analyzing the impact of immigration into the U.S. leverage population movement data provided by Fysical.
A retail store optimizes shelving based on which aisles customers spend the most time in using data provided by Fysical.