The world will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing, and on that day one blockchain startup firm is taking a big leap.
Currently, a project is being developed to list the Moon on the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). The project is designed by a blockchain-based startup firm Diana and considered as an important development in history.
Diana is promoting the Lunar Registry on its website and is also introducing a decentralized application (dApp) service that can indicate the land on the Moon and it will start trading on 20th July.
The Diana registration system can be used by individuals to participate in the mass registration of the Moon. Around 3,874,204,892 cells are formed by breaking the Moon into unique areas; the cells are encrypted on a blockchain platform by a three-word address, around 2 billion cells on Moon’s front side can be viewed by the human eye and are now available.
Participants are allowed to provide addresses with their own specific meaning for the registration region selected. However, it can be exchanged to third-person directly; it can be an eternal gift for those whom you love.
Proof of stake in the ‘cadastral map’ is indicated by two tokens, namely dia, and mond.
A representative of Diana, Jason Goo, mentioned, “The Diana project will be a great opportunity for the Moon to be a daily interest.”
As per the UN Treaty, the Moon is now registered as a world heritage of humanity that no nation can acquire. Because of the huge resources of the Moon, ownership competition for the Moon between few nations and organizations is becoming more intense.
Dia is a token distributed on registration; the token can be exchanged with mond designed mostly for transactions. If more tokens are sold, then registration costs will grow that will improve the tokens value for market players and avoid forecast.
Around 50 percent of Dia tokens will be available to the public, and less than 2 percent of tokens will be maintained for the development team, and founders and rest will work as a reserve.
Tokens will be placed in ‘noun.verb. Noun addresses. They have even given some examples like ‘, and
The new project of Diana highlights UN Treaty’s Article II quotes that mentions,
“Outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, is not subject to national appropriation by claim of sovereignty, by means of use or occupation, or by any other means.”
The project head believes the next-generation space competition will surely raise the question of ‘who owns the moon.’
As a part of Diana’s project work-plan, the development team expects to create a Together Moon Foundation, recruit the oversea and space expert defense team and create a business Moon possession model.