Data marketplace powered by Blockchain and the global network of sensors

Datapace is Blockchain powered data marketplace with technical and policy-based data verification, and access to the worldwide network of sensors.


Decentralized Marketplace
for data monetization

Enter the new era of 200$ billion of valuable data

data marketplace powered by blockchain

Datapace offers blockchain powered secure transactions and automated smart contracts to sell and buy data streams. Datapace data marketplace can be used to stream many data from any source, IoT devices, physical assets, autonomous cars, drones, and many more. It enables you to integrate 3rd party data and monetize it through the same marketplace.

How Datapace
data market works

how datapace data market for data monetization works, illustration

The entities submit their data streams.

Datapace storage encrypt and anonymize the access to the submitted data streams.

Buyer acquire the desired data stream through an automated smart contract.

Once the transaction is completed the tokens are distributed among the parties according to agreed prices.


Sensors from the trusted partners are provided with Datapace signature software which proves credibility, validity and source of the streamed data.


Datapace guarantee validity and the value of the streamed data, sent by Datapace trusted partner sensors, other sources of data will need to prove credibility in the Datapace marketplace.


Join Datapace data market, sell trusted data streams or buy trusted worldwide data in a simple click. Use geofencing to filter streams and sources.

Datapace Data market Benefits

smart contract for automated transactions in datapace data marketplace

Smart Contract

 data and data market security provided with the blockchain technology

data security

traceability of data exchange transaction enabled with PBFT consensus-based network


 datastream filtered with interactive geofencing modules


 data market powered by the global network of sensors and telemetry equipped locations,illustration

Global network of sensors

datapace marketplace offer data verification through hardware certification program

Data verification

fast transactions illustration

Fast transactions

low fees micropayments transactions for fair and secure functioning of the data marketplace system


Learn more how Datapace works

Datapace is an marketplace for IoT sensor data. But beyond IoT, Datapace marketplace can be used to sell or buy any type of data, independently of it’s type or provenance. Datapace is distributed and decentralized system based on blockchain.

Read our documents

datasheet whitepaper

Blockchain technology is used for several important purposes in Datapace system:

  • To enable Smart Contract capabilities
  • To provide network security via PBFT consensus and immutability and make the system hack-proof
  • To ensure data integrity (i.e. to store data hashes and guarantee that data is not tampered with)
  • To provide fast and secure microtransactions enabled with the internal token which has fixed value and no use outside the platform

Datapace is based on private and permissioned enterprise blockchain, which means:

  • Only authorized participants can join and read
  • Only the network operator can write and commit
  • Very high scalability

Core Team

George Saleh

Chief Executive Officer - Strategy & Innovation

George has 10+ years of industry experience in Fortune 500s Nortel, Alcatel-Lucent, and NOKIA. Product service management experience in countries on all five continents of the world, including USA, Russia New Zealand, Italy, Belgium, Poland, Israel, Malaysia and China. Several Quality winner, Incubator in the ‘Le Garage Founder of FreeFlex startup workspace management solution. Expert on telecom innovation, specializing in strategy and business development.

George holds MSc in Electrical Engineering, Computer Networks and Telecommunications.

Drasko Draskovic

Chief Technical Officer - Solution Architect

Drasko is an IoT expert with over 15 years of professional experience. He hacked embedded Linux SW and HW device drivers, designing complex wireless systems in telecom industry: he was working on OMAP platform in Texas Instruments, designed 4G multi-protocol femto-cells in Alcatel-Lucent and worked on 5G and blockchain solutions in Nokia. Drasko earned his reputation in open-source community as an author of numerous projects - like WeIO or Mainflux. He is one of the main contributors of the Linux Foundation's EdgeX Foundry project. Drasko is an author of the book "Scalable Architecture for the Internet of Things" published by O'Reilly and vivid conference speaker, sharing his thoughts on modern software design and how Internet should be decentralized. He holds a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Belgrade University.

Omar Elloumi


Nokia - Bell Labs Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Dr. Omar Elloumi leads AIOTI Smart Cities activities and served until recently as Technical Plenary Chair of oneM2M, a a global partnership project chartered to advance interoperability standards for consumer, enterprise and industrial IoT. He joined Nokia in 1999 and held several positions including research, system architecture, startup integration and strategy. Dr Elloumi is coauthor of books on M2M communications and Internet of Things published by Wiley and ETSI. He is also involved in program committees of several international conferences and magazines on M2M and IoT. He is a recognized IoT industry thought leader and is regularly invited as a panelist or keynote speaker at IoT industry events.

Carlos Carneiro

Sales and Business Development

Carlos is a visionary business strategy leader with 20+ years of international telecommunication experience. His foundational R&D experience included developing embedded software in two Silicon Valley startups building high performance carrier-grade gateway systems. Over the last 10 years in sales he has led technical sales teams and managed sales over wide geographical areas as well as has been the mind behind many important worldwide strategic business decisions for Nokia.
Carlos holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and has a Masters of Science in Management from MIT.