May 7, 2024
OORT DataHub Explained

OORT DataHub Explained

OORT DataHub Explained

Why Did We Build the DataHub?

In the AI landscape, transparency and trust are crucial. OORT is dedicated to ensuring that both AI models and the data powering them are transparent, unbiased, and secure. The OORT DataHub tackles these challenges using decentralized infrastructure.

Our approach empowers community members to contribute to AI development using their edge devices, such as PCs or mobile phones. This approach provides key advantages:

  1. Privacy-Preserving Data Processing: Data is processed locally on edge devices, protecting sensitive information by avoiding the need to send raw data to external servers.
  2. Secure Data Storage: Once processed, data is uploaded to OORT Storage, which protects privacy and integrity. OORT Storage resists tampering, serving as a secure repository for valuable data.
  3. Transparent Data Usage: Data movement from generation to AI training is recorded on OORT Olympus, our foundational Layer1 network, providing transparency and trust.

First Task: Mission to Mars

OORT's first mission harnesses decentralized technology to aid in Mars exploration. By processing and analyzing Mars imagery from rovers and satellites, we uncover valuable insights about Martian terrain, atmospheric conditions, and potential habitats.

Here's where our community comes in: using your edge devices—from smartphones to PCs—you'll help process Mars imagery using sophisticated algorithms. This accelerates data analysis and distributes the workload for faster processing.

By participating, you're contributing to humanity's journey to Mars, helping pave the way for future missions and potential long-term habitation.

The Base Camp

To prepare community members for this mission, we've created a three-month "Base Camp" training program. This introduction provides foundational preparation for processing and analyzing data for AI models.

During Base Camp, tasks are simplified to mirror the mission's objectives on a smaller scale. Participants familiarize themselves with OORT DataHub’s workflow and refine their skills in a supportive environment.

By the end of the training, participants will have gained confidence and competence, ready to champion OORT's vision and contribute to our journey.


OORT DataHub's tokenomics structure incentivizes and rewards community participation through staking and rewards.

  1. Staking: To contribute to Mars exploration and other projects, users must stake a minimum of 210 OORT tokens. This aligns their interests with the project's success.
  2. Rewards:
    • OORT Tokens: Users receive OORT tokens based on the complexity and computational demands of completed tasks.
    • NFT Rewards: Users can earn Tier 1 or Tier 2 NFTs, which offer various benefits. Tier 2 NFTs can be merged to form Tier 1 NFTs, which provide benefits like APY boosts and discounts.

These NFTs are issued on the Solana blockchain, reinforcing our collaboration with the Solana Foundation.


OORT DataHub aims to expand its technology and community engagement. Our roadmap includes:

  • Broadening the range of contributing devices, including AR/VR glasses, drones, and IoT devices.
  • Launching new missions to develop open and transparent AI systems for humanity.
  • Deepening community involvement and education through immersive AR/VR learning experiences.

OORT is committed to leading the way toward a more equitable and decentralized AI future.

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