Decentralised Internet

DADI’s goal is to shift computational power away from the hands of large corporations and into the hands of individual users.

Basic Intro

Name (Ticker)
Price (USD)
Active Supply
75.2 million
Total Supply
75.2 million
Volume (24H)
3.7 million
Fun Name
Decentralised Internet
Website Links
Block Explorer




  • Decentralized Internet
  • Platform has Clients


  • No backing (asset, profits, commodity)
  • Team’s honesty
  • Plagiarized Whitepaper


The internet was created to be a global, democratic communication network. A network of computers where information and power were meant to be equally distributed. However, that’s not the case today where companies like Google, Amazon and Microsoft are attempting to centralize the internet, and with the recent ruling against net neutrality in the US, it would seem that they’re indeed getting their way. DADI stands for Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet. DADI’s goal is to shift computational power away from the hands of large corporations and into the hands of individual users.

Decentralised – Many places running the code or information.

Architecture – A method or process to get to a solution.

Democratic – Voting for leadership or change.

Internet – Network of Data/Information.

DADI was a very hyped ICO, it sold the whopping $29 000 000 worth of tokens during ICO in just under an hour.

  • DADI Token
  • DADI Ecosystem
  • Cost effective and environmentally friendly

The DADI token is an ERC20 token which is used to pay the fees within the DADI platform. The participants in the DADI network can make use of its fog computing structure to access web services, like content and publishing platforms, content manipulation and distribution as well as app development.

The DADI network is owned and run by everyone, meaning that there’s no singular entity that regulates computing resource distribution. The platforms uses a very cost-efficient DAO(Decentralized Autonomous Organization) which removes the need to pay for cloud computing platform such as Microsoft Azure or AWS. The Ecosystem offers cloud services, as well as allowing users to sell unused computing power.

Due to the decentralized nature of the platform, users can save up to 90% over using one of the traditional centralized competitors making it perfect for startups with limited funds and charities. DADI also ditches large server farms in favor of devices in the home and office, making it considerably friendlier to the environment.

DADI is most infamous for its plagiarized whitepaper. Certain community members found out that the whitepaper had copied whole paragraphs from the SONM whitepaper, one of its competitors. DADI also claimed a partnership with XRB, which was refuted on twitter. Also, some websites that DADI claimed were utilizing their web services may have been created with AWS. These points put some serious doubt on the integrity of the DADI team. Furthermore, DADI’s trying to compete with giants such as Microsoft and Google which are way ahead in terms of development and R&D spending.


DADI’s existence is a huge step in helping toward a more decentralized internet. The platform already has a few clients. Despite this, the question with the team’s honesty remains. Only the future will tell if they manage to clean their name and establish the platform on the market.