One of the core pillars of web3 is decentralization and transparency, putting you in control of the decision-making processes. Currently, we see the forces of decentralization take center stage in DAOs and across blockchain-associated areas. But what about data? As we know, cloud computing/data will play a significant role in developing the metaverse, but often these data providers want something in return. They don’t run the cloud for free; rather, they sell our data to third parties, changing the terms and conditions to suit their needs.As a result, there needs to be a change! Luckily, Functionland may be the answer to these cloud-related issues. Functionland was founded on the core web3 principles of ownership and the right to own our data fully.
Giving you Full Ownership of Your Data
Functionland started by developing a web3 app named Fotos that liberates “own data” in the form of video and photo sharing. The platform then created its token ($FULA) and other elements to build out what they call their Fula network, all in the name of full data ownership.
One component of the Fula network is the Box. The Box makes you the owner of your own space in the cloud. It is a plug-in and-play cloud storage alternative that removes the shackles of monthly subscription cloud services currently plaguing our wallets.
The Box enables you to share, communicate and collaborate, normally on the cloud, while giving you free open source apps and private cloud storage to protect your privacy, meaning no fees and tracking.
Due to the Box being powered by Functionlands Fula network, you are given back control of your data, making you the owner of it, removing privacy infringement, and encrypting your data fully.
As a Box owner, you get access to free services, automatic backup, and photo storage. The Box is a revolutionary piece of hardware that finally puts us back in control of our data and its use.
Currently, Box is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo. You can find out more about the Box and contribute to its fundraising campaign by clicking the following link.