By 2030, investment funds will spend over $100 billion on consumer data.*
If just 1% of us combined our data, Wall Street's spend could be our profit
Earn rewards by improving our algorithm, or when your friends do the same
- Members contribute their spending data
- Our AI analyzes the data in search of trends
- We predict the future success (or failure) of companies
- And reward those who helped improve our algorithm
The bigger the data set, the better the AI
Sharing data is a bold proposition. That's why we've partnered with a Data Trust, Superset, to represent all of our members. You can read more about the decision here, from Delphia's CEO.
Here's our vision, step by step...
The average American faces significant barriers to building wealth. Yet over the past 20 years, our data has helped build the world's largest companies and created unimaginable fortunes. As users, we didn't receive a cent. We think that can change.
The algorithm is born.
Future Delphia co-founder Clifton van der Linden pioneers a new way to measure public opinion from big data.
The algorithm learns to predict real world events.
With a team of scientists, van der Linden accurately forecasts dozens of elections globally, including Brexit.
The algorithm discovers market forecasting.
van der Linden and future Delphia CEO Andrew Peek adapt Vox Pop Labs' predictive models to the stock market.
Delphia founded and funded.
Delphia spins out of Vox Pop Labs, is accepted into Y Combinator, closes first and second rounds of funding.
The algorithm levels up.
Delphia adds Jonathan Briggs as Chief Investment Officer.
Delphia Flagship launched.
Delphia launches its first active strategy to predict consumer sectors.
Delphia 500 launched.
Delphia takes on the S&P 500 in a battle for better returns.
Delphia acquires Fathom Privacy.
Fathom allows the apps on your phone to become the assets in your pocket.
Delphia launches the “Data Wallet.”
Anyone can now earn data tokens for contributing their data.
Delphia gives something back.
Delphia open-sources its backtesting framework.
Delphia launches Data Dividends.
A hedge fund that pays out its profits for access to data is born.
Delphia redefines “informed consent”.
In partnership with select academic institutions, Delphia launches the Delphia Exchange to allow other apps to write data to its data set.
Delphia measures real influence.
Real trendsetters are revealed through the spending data of Delphia members.
Regulators shut the door.
Hedge funds and corporations can no longer purchase consumer data except from those who created the data in the first place.
The algorithm hits $1bn.
Delphia hits $1 billion in redistributed capital.
Data Dividends go subatomic.
Quantum computing allows us to attribute alpha precisely to each person's data.
Delphia becomes a benchmark.
Delphia becomes the unit of account for measuring the value of data.
Data joins the ranks.
Data becomes recognized as a new and uncorrelated asset class.
Data replaces labor.
Data becomes the primary vehicle for accruing wealth over the course of one's life.