When we launched Tapmydata V2 in December 2021, our first goal was to make sure that minting of the Glitch NFT and transactions within the app are fast and cost-effective. We believe Polygon is a great choice for delivering a fast, scalable and sustainable service for our users.

We are so grateful to have been supported by Polygon Network! The funds will help us take the next step in our mission: giving people control and earning over their data.

What it means for the Tapmydata community

With the grant from Polygon, we can continue to push forward with innovation and development. And you, our  community, will have an opportunity to earn from your time and data.

Here’s a quick guide on how you can start getting the most out of your data with our app:

  • Download Tapmydata app on the App Store or Play Market
  • Connect your MetaMask wallet with the app
  • Mint your Glitch NFT. Your Glitch will represent you in the Tapmydata data ecosystem. Minting your Glitch costs 5 MATIC and you will earn the equivalent value of TAP in return.
  • You’re all set up. Now join the data channels and get rewards once a month. Nice and easy!

Our team is now working hard to build advanced features of its privacy protocol, as well as to onboard as many partners on the platform as possible. In the near future, we will add a Polygon data channel within the Tapmydata app. After joining the channel, users can earn MATIC tokens.

We will be joining an AMA session with Polygon soon to discuss what’s coming up next for Tapmydata as well as our further work with Polygon. It’s going to be interesting so join our Twitter and Telegram channels because you don’t want to miss out! We will keep everyone updated on the details as soon as we know more.

We are pleased to be supported by the Polygon team and we’re working hard to develop a platform that has real utility on this network. The Polygon platform offers a fast, scalable, energy-efficient, and affordable solution for our project and we are excited to work with the Polygon community and are grateful for their trust.

Luke Judge, CEO of Tapmydata

About Polygon

Polygon is the leading platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development. Its growing suite of products offers developers easy access to all major scaling and infrastructure solutions: L2 solutions (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), sidechains, hybrid solutions, stand-alone and enterprise chains, data availability solutions, and more. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 3000+ applications hosted, 1B+ total transactions processed, ~100M+ unique user addresses, and $5B+ in assets secured.

If you’re an Ethereum Developer, you’re already a Polygon developer! Leverage Polygon’s fast and secure txns for your dApp, get started here.

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About Tapmydata

Tapmydata is a Web3-enabled business with a mobile app and platform built using the Polygon blockchain, designed to give people earning and control over their personal data, with privacy and security by design. With the imminent launch of V2, users will be able to connect their Web3 Metamask wallet, authenticate their identity by minting their personal Glitch NFT, and engage with verified partners in a rewarding and secure way.

Tapmydata rewards users and other ecosystem partners for their data and time. Launched in 2018, the company is supported by Outlier Ventures with a growing team across the crypto, privacy and tech space.

Powered by a mission to help people generate data income and DeFi technology, Tapmydata has launched the Glitch and V2 of their app to ensure users can start earning a universal data income.

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