swarmDB - A Decentralized Database

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Bluzelle brings together the sharing economy and token economy. Bluzelle enables people to rent out their computer storage space to earn a token while dApp developers pay with a token to have their data stored and managed in the most efficient way. It is a a decentralized data ecosystem that allows individuals and businesses to have full data control and the ability to monetize that data.

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