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MARAChain
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MARA
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03-09-2018
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marachain 01 Jan 1970 03:00

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WHATIS

In the times we are living data privacy and protection is an major concern across the globe, especially the way in which private data is handled by corporations in an increasingly digital world. The EU has issued a series of regulatory standards to protect the private information of citizens of the European Union (EU), called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This regulation, which is in effect as of May 25th, set series of rules and sanctions not only for organisations based in the EU but even  for business and professional entities having business activity in the European territory or those that are handling private data of EU citizens.

The GDPR aims to protect personal data (all data sets that identifies a person) of all citizens of the EU and enforces their right that all entities processing or possesing data of EU citizens are under obligation to comply with. With these regulations, the citizen has right to access the data that an entity may have, the right to be erased from any database (‘the right to be forgotten’), and the right to explicit consent. Not only do the citizens have more rights but the regulations also impose new obligations on business entities, such as mandatory communication of security breaches in 72 hours. A failure to comply with GDPR will result in a significant  monetary penalty of up to 4% of the entity’s revenueor 20 million euros, whichever is higher. In addition, the business entities may be prohibited from processing personal data in future, which may effectively mean not being able to conduct business at all. One of the main risks to data protection is the open transfer of documents, which must be confidential and guarantee an adequate level of security that includes protection against unauthorized or illegal treatment and against loss, destruction or accidental damage.

This confidential and secure exchange of information shall be the focus business segment of MARAChain.

The Secure Exchange of Digital Documentation allows transmission of encrypted and secure documentation, restricting  access to third parties and offering access management to these creditable transfers, through an auditable, verifiable and secure P2P transaction. These transmissions will be made through a distributed network of nodes located in the main European DPCs, guaranteeing 24x7 availability of information as well as protection against information loss thanks to the redundancy of MARAChain network.


OURDATA

NameMARAChain
SummarySecure Exchange of Digital Documentswith GDPR Compliant certified
TagsPrivacy - Secure - Speed
CountryCanary Islands (Spain - Europe)
Our LinksWebsitehttps://www.marachain.eu/
Onepagerhttps://www.marachain.eu/onepager/
Whitepaperhttps://www.marachain.eu/whitepaper/
Bounty Programhttps://www.marachain.eu/bounty/
Announcementhttps://www.marachain.eu/ann/
Our ICOToken CodeMARA
Soft cap:1,250,000

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In the times we are living data privacy and protection is an major concern across the globe, especially the way in which private data is handled by corporations in an increasingly digital world. The EU has issued a series of regulatory standards to protect the private information of citizens of the European Union (EU), called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This regulation, which is in effect as of the 25th of May 25th, set series of rules and sanctions not only for organisations based in the EU but even for business and professional entities having business activity in the European territory or those that are handling private data of EU citizens.

The GDPR aims to protect personal data (all data sets that identifies a person) of all citizens of the EU and enforces their right that all entities processing or possesing data of EU citizens are under obligation to comply with. With these regulations, the citizen has right to access the data that an entity may have, the right to be erased from any database (‘the right to be forgotten’), and the right to explicit consent. Not only do the citizens have more rights but the regulations also impose new obligations on business entities, such as mandatory communication of security breaches in 72 hours. A failure to comply with GDPR will result in a significant monetary penalty of up to 4% of the entity’s revenueor 20 million euros, whichever is higher. In addition, the business entities may be prohibited from processing personal data in future, which may effectively mean not being able to conduct business at all. One of the main risks to data protection is the open transfer of documents, which must be confidential and guarantee an adequate level of security that includes protection against unauthorized or illegal treatment and against loss, destruction or accidental damage.

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