Scienceroot: Blockchain-Based Scientific Ecosystem
Scienceroot aims to improve the scientific and research community using blockchain technology
Frontend and Blockchain Developer
Marius is currently doing research on blockchain and cryptoeconomics. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in physics from the University of Vienna. Outside of school, he has worked as a junior researcher at the Stefan Meyer Institute for subatomic physics. While being involved in international collaborations (ALICE at CERN, PANDA at FAIR) in the field of experimental particle physics, he focused both on the technichal developement of the radiation
detectors and the simulation of their performance. His strengths include an analytical and structured way of working, as well as high problem solving competences.
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- Crowdsale (60%)
- Founders, Team, Advisors and Early Contributors (15%)
- Bounty, Airdrop, Community (3%)
- Referral (2%)
- Scienceroot Fund (20%)
- Software Development (30%)
- Business Development (40%)
- Operations and Services (15%)
- Reserve and Unexpected (10%)
- Legal (5%)
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What are you trying to solve using Blockchain technology?
A huge desire exists within the community to approach science with greater transparency and openness. As such, Scienceroot builds its ecosystem on the blockchain to allow for truthful and public records.
Companies are distributing their resources in a centralized fashion, shutting off content behind paywalls. Utilizing underlying blockchain technology, we create a robust platform immune to censorship and fake information.
Why did you choose collaboration platform, funding platform and journal as your features?
After analyzing the current scientific discovery process, we came up with 3 key elements of the scientific lifecycle that every scientist will go through.
1. Collaboration – Find peers to collaborate with
2. Funding – Search and apply for funding
3. Publishing – Expose your work to the world
What is different about Scienceroot?
Scienceroot is one compact platform offering you access to tools and peers alike, all in one place. With the help of the underlying currency we are able to bring collaboration to a worldwide level.
The ecosystem will include a decentralized scientific marketplace, scientific directories and allows you to launch your own crowdfunding campaigns.
Reach out for help to peers at any time and reap your reward for helping out!
What is Science Token (ST)?
Science Token (ST) is the currency used within the Scienceroot ecosystem. It will be used for all functionalities offered on our platform.
What is the purpose of Scienceroot and can other companies join the Ecosystem?
The purpose of Scienceroot will be solely to promote and sustain science and research, with the help of blockchain. We welcome new companies which want to adopt blockchain into their platforms and will have the possibility to do this within our ecosystem. For example, already existing journals will have the possibility to integrate our decentralized publishing framework into their existing business. The only requirement for future partners will be to publish the content open access.
How can the blockchain technology improve open science, open research and data sharing scenarios?
Blockchain allows Scienceroot to provide its users with scientific workspaces with built-in immutability and transparency. Submissions are automatically timestamped and hardwired to your identity, making later claims of IP theft easy to disprove!