The Economist famously stated "data is the new oil"

RepuX Monetizes Data from Millions of Small Enterprises

How It Works

  1. Businesses sell anonymized data and earn Repux tokens (crypto-currency).
  2. Repux uses blockchain to assign ratings and reputation to the data, which developers can buy to train machine learning algorithms.
  3. Developers then re-sell their AI enhanced apps back to enterprises, for better business decision making.
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  1. A massive amount of data generated by SMEs (small and medium enterprises) goes unused
  2. And yet, software developers need it to train AI Machine Learning algorithms
  3. Trapped in this disconnect is a LOT of value! A marketplace like Repux lets SMEs have a fighting chance against Amazon, Google and Facebook

Repux Media

RepuX - A Very well thought out data marketplace for global SMEs
Repux ICO review - Interview with the CEO
Gullin AMA w/ REPUX
North American Blockchain Expo Day 3 | Data Wallet, Spectiv, and Repux | Crypto Going MainStream
RepuX Interview - @repu_x - Blockchain Expo North America Santa Clara 2017
RepuX Marketplace
ICO "REPUX" interview with David Siu [ENG]
RepuX #1 webinar

The Repux token (crypto-currency) is the medium of exchange and the only way to transact on the marketplace

Victor Hugo

"You can resist an invading army but not an idea whose time has come"

– Victor Hugo (Distinguished French Writer)

Example scenarios

How Repux Could Help The Smithsonian Monetize Their Dusty Data

Through RepuX, the Smithsonian Institution would be able to securely license its robust databases of image, text and other records to a vast market of trusted museum data collectors. Alternately, RepuX could provide an efficient and transparent market for the purchase and sale of handwritten text data, used for text-recognition AI applications.

How Repux Helped a Software Developer Reduce Their Data Costs by 80%

Through the blockchain’s distributed database architecture, we have created a cryptographically secure and frictionless platform that enables data to be monetized and exchanged between trusted parties. RepuX resolves the disconnect in the enterprise data economy: the inability of enterprises to securely share siloed business analytics with AI and machine learning developers.

Powered by Ethereum blockchain 2.0 technology

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution accelerates the adoption of AI and IoT technologies, data has become the most valuable currency in the world. Powered by Ethereum blockchain 2.0 technology, RepuX is bringing the awesome potential of open innovation and collaborative marketplaces to enterprise clients by disintegrating data silos and activating new streams of growth.


OP - Operations silos   |   OUT - Outreach silos   |   TECH - Technology silos

MVP Release (Dec 2017)
  • Launch marketplace platform on test Ethereum network
  • Possibility to sell and buy data with exchange of test Repux tokens
First plugins (Mar 2018)
  • Amazon plugin to pull selling information data from the worldwide marketplace
  • Shopify integration to retrieve orders info with a single click
RepuX Protocol Public (Jul 2018)
  • Buy and Sell data on the Marketplace platform
  • Fully decentralized protocol
  • Encryption and sharding implemented
  • Revshare mechanism
Exchange Repux Tokens for ETH (Sep 2018)
  • Buy and Sell REPUX tokens on the platform
  • KYC for transaction parties

Data Aquisition Plugins
  • Reference plugins by RepuX team
  • Developers documentation JS API
  • Revshare mechanism for plugin developers
Rating / Reputation
  • Possibility to rate each party of the transaction
  • Moderation done by the RepuX team
One-to-One Assignments

Smart Contracts agreement between two parties, data provider and Subject Matter Expert to deliver insights, work on data

Data Streaming

Instant access to up-to-date data to feed machine learning models on a daily basis


Solving issues between parties done by the community members (instead of RepuX team)

Public nodes
  • RepuX solution instalation package
  • Payments for data storing, sharing and re-encrypting
  • Making all elements open-source