DEIP basic glossary
Automated market maker (AMM)
A type of decentralized exchange protocol that relies on a mathematical formula to price assets.
Bramnik is a Portal (owner) DAO in DEIP Network.
Collateralization Ratio Detector
A smart contract that determines the collateralization ratio for the Dynamic Liquidity Protocol. (risk-based - collateral requested)
Collective Intelligence Protocol
A set of tools, frameworks, protocols, and agent-based simulations to build multi-dimensional proof-of-reputation systems and combine them with crowdsourcing mechanisms. The Collective Intelligence Protocol will be used by domain experts to appraise intangible assets. Read more
Collective Intelligence Labs
The organization behind the DEIP Infrastructure.
DEIP Constructor is a modular, open-source framework to build intangible assets in the network in order to boost network activity. It can operate in no-code or low-code mode. Read more
The creative economy is based on people's use of their creative imagination to increase an idea's value.
Creators Economy Foundation
The governance mechanism for off-chain mechanisms with DEIP. It governs the treasury, distributes grants, and sponsors network development.
A new marketplace where people are making money by creating and monetizing content.
Dynamic Liquidity Protocol
A mechanism that provides intangible assets a way to become liquid through the use of stablecoins. Read more
Decentralized exchanges (DEX) are a type of cryptocurrency exchange that allows for direct, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency transactions to take place online.
Creator Economy Protocol
A Web 3.0, domain-specific specific protocol for tokenization of intangible assets and derivatives. The Creator Economy Protocol is a fundamental protocol of the DEIP Infrastructure. The protocol enables the discovery, evaluation, licensing, and exchange of intangible assets. Read more
Token native to the DEIP Network which has three functions:
DEIP Technology Transfer Portal
A free, open-source platform for technology commercialization, built with DEIP Constructors. In this portal, established players in the tech-transfer industry (mostly universities) are provided with a portal to list technologies in an open network, allowing others to license or invest in these technologies.
An application-specific, substrate 3.0 blockchain that implements a number of protocols for the creative economy. Read more
Decentralized intellectual property.
A digital, decentralized autonomous organization.
A decentralized autonomous organization in DEIP Network that accumulates a part of the transaction fees across the network and reinvests them in the network.
Fractionalized non-fungible token — a portion of a unique digital asset, whose ownership and authenticity are tracked on a blockchain.
An asset that lacks physical substance. Examples are patents, copyright, franchises, goodwill, trademarks, and trade names, as well as software. This is in contrast to physical assets and financial assets. On the DEIP network, rights to intangible assets are expressed in F-NFTs. Read more
An intellectual property platform (powered by DEIP blockchain) that enables you to protect intellectual property by loading documents onto to generate a digital certificate with a unique hash key, date, time, and cryptographic signature. Read more
Place where NFTs are fractionalized.
Polkadot is a platform that allows diverse blockchains to transfer messages (including value) in a trust-free fashion; sharing their unique features while pooling their security. In brief, Polkadot is a scalable, heterogeneous, multi-chain technology.
Portal DAO through which assets are registered. The Portal Registrant gives some guarantees to the network via a security deposit to the network (compensates for losses).
A substrate is a backbone that powers Polkadot: a next-generation, heterogeneous, multi-chain network. Most of the blockchains in the Polkadot ecosystem are also built on Substrate.
Segment liquidity pool (SLP)
Where tokens staked on a specific segment of assets are stored.
An investment platform that enables companies and individuals to invest in coding-bootcamp income share agreement (ISA) programs and get a share of the bootcamp profits coming in ISA returns. This novel investment mechanism allows to align incentives for all participants of the educational market and advance the development of global human capital. Read more
Web 3.0 Adoption Congress
A series of events held by Web3adoption.com. It aims to increase the speed of adoption, bringing real industry players together with Web3 players to discuss how to boost adoption.
Web 3.0 refers to a decentralized internet with a blockchain protocol that enables individuals to connect to an internet where they can own and be properly compensated for their time and data, eclipsing an exploitative and unjust web, where giant, centralized repositories are the only ones that own and profit from it.
Web 2.0 refers to websites that emphasize user-generated content, ease of use, participatory culture, and interoperability for end users.
Also referred to as liquidity mining, it is a way to generate rewards with cryptocurrency holdings. In simple terms, it means locking up cryptocurrencies and getting rewards for doing so. Read more