Messari, an open version of the cryptocurrency database modeled on the EDGAR basis of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, launched an open register of project tokens to provide public access to information that is difficult for a variety of reasons. I am talking in particular about information such as tokens projects, data related to deliveries, technology audits or financial management.
Messaria aims first at standardization and secondly at automating the disclosure of this type of information. This will facilitate gaining knowledge about interesting crypto-currency projects not only for investors themselves, but also completely random observers who can be encouraged to join the crypto-market in this way.
As he emphasized Ryan Selkins, founder of Messari, the whole process should be carried out based on the principle of "opt-it" because tokens cryptocurrencies are not securities listed on the stock exchange.
In the registry of the platform, such starlings as first appeared Aion, Blockstack, Civic, Decent, District0x, IDEX, Mainframe, Melonport, Metronome, Ocean Protocol, Tierion i Zilliqa, and this list will be gradually expanded. It should be emphasized that the resources themselves are not subject to verification, but only the entities responsible for them.
At the initial stages of the business, Messari will be based solely on its own tools, but ultimately the platform will be subjected decentralization. Each company will be able to register to the register, however, whether it will be finally added, the cryptocurrency community decides. All data included in the register will be publicly available, and companies interested in using specific data will be able to use the interface provided by Messari.