#Frequently asked questions about digital chip card technology ("DCCT")
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Telinov8, also known as Digital Chip Card Technology ("DCCT"), is a set of innovative telecommunications-based solutions for secure storage and wireless sharing of sensitive data or other data that require authentication.
This technology allows us to permanently insert metadata, text messages and files of any type into digital assets and wirelessly transfer data from device to device using sound or QR code as the carrier of information that underlies the transmission process.
At the heart of the Telinov8 ecosystem lies a digital chip card.
It is a digital asset that contains metadata, images, audio, video, PDF files, text messages, bank transactions, etc. built in and guarantees the fidelity and security of the way data is collected and transmitted.
The processing and memory units are integrated into a digital chip stored in the asset they form an integral part of.
The possibilities of applying the solutions provided by digital chip card technology are unlimited.
Here are the two types of Telinov8 digital cards
that are primarily used for contactless data transfer between two devices:
- An MP3 data file is a mathematically generated MP3 audio file consisting of two components, an audio component and a data component;
- A QR data file is a digital chip card with a QR code in the form of a 240x368 image consisting of a header with the card name and cardholder name and a QR code containing details that bring the card in direct correlation with the data stored on the remote database server.
MP3 data files and QR data files are the flywheels of audio-based data management ("ABDM") and QR-based data management ("QRBDM"), respectively.
Digital chip card technology ("DCCT") does not collect personal data from your devices.
On the remote server side, the service is powered by a cloud-based app that manages processes out of anyone's reach and without the possibility of manipulation.
On the client side, there is only a web app that you can access through any web browser. There are no other apps to install and no need to use any of the pre-installed apps on your device. No registration for the service is required either.
Whether it's a smartphone, smartwatch, tablet or computer, your device will always be "DCCT-enabled". Both your privacy and the privacy of your data are fully guaranteed.
Absolutely. As our company strictly takes care that the technological solutions we provide are in line with the recommendations on nature conservation through protection, conservation and restoration of biodiversity, DCCT is claimed to have no harmful effects on ecosystems or the environment.
You don't have to order plastic cards to use DCCT, nor do you need additional exploitation or consumption of any environmentally harmful material.
Yes, it is.
A digital chip card is considered a self-verifying part of a blockchain that operates without the need for central authority.
Instead of being limited to a single database, as is the case with centralized systems, audio and data components of digital chip cards are diversified throughout the blockchain and made available for as many computers connected to a shared peer-to-peer network as needed.
The innovative process of recording and encrypting data within MP3 data files and QR data files allows digital chip card technology ("DCCT") users to securely store and transfer sensitive and confidential information, documents, audio, video, images and text messages from device to device.
Over time, the ecosystem has been expanded with apps and services aimed at preserving data authenticity and content integrity, improving blockchain technology algorithms, providing secure channels for financial transactions, access control, copyright protection and more.
This technology can be used to pay for items in a store, withdraw money from cardless ATMs, create/mint non-fungible tokens, information/data sharing, in-store checks, after-sales product experiences, access control, track public participants, or bootstrap wireless connections.