Say goodbye to the cloud and say hello to the fog. Fog computing refers to a network architecture which further drives the distribution of computing resources to the network’s edge. It’s pretty much another buzzword like software-defined. Either way, buzzwords sell and the next evolution of distributed computing is going to revolutionize the way we communicate. At least that’s what the DADI team is banking on and they’ve made it their goal to break up the monopoly that’s currently controlling the cloud industry.

DADI stands for Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet. Using a microservice architecture, the platform can be used to host and distribute content, apps, and other software products for a very affordable price. Best of all, since it’s an ERC-20 token, it integrates the use of smart contracts. This is a highly ambitious project, but if they deliver, I’d expect this coin to do real well and pave the way for a decentralized internet. Right now, they claim that DADI technology is already being adopted by several businesses, including Virgin, Monocle, and Mojo.

DADI Whitepaper
Ticker: DADI
ICO Token Price: 1 DADI = 0.50 USD
Fundraising Goal: 29,000,000 USD
Sold on pre-sale: 4,000,000 USD (20% BONUS)
Total Tokens: 100,000,000
Available for Token Sale: 50%

Should I Buy DADI ICO?

It’s a risky gamble. It seems like a pretty awesome opportunity and I think there’s a real chance for growth if the technology works as anticipated. The technology already being used within business applications reminds me of ICON, which was an extremely profitable opportunity for those who had the chance to buy in to the ICO. But…

Is DADI A Scam?

There’s been some buzz about DADI being a scam and their whitepaper was directly copied from SONM’s whitepaper. DADI also claimed to have established a partnership with XRB, maybe hoping to ride the coattails of RaiBlock’s success within the past month, but XRB denied this claim.

The DADI Git repository is also surprisingly bare. For a platform that makes all these promises and touts business adoption, that’s pretty sus in and of itself, not even taking into account their false partnerships claims.


You need to do the research and come to this decision on your own. While the technology may or may not even work, the pre-sale sold out as fast as it was listed, meaning that a lot of people probably aren’t too keen on doing the reading. This could be indicative of a huge pump on release, but I wouldn’t consider this a long-term hold. It’s definitely risky. If they end up actually delivering on their promises, than this could be a big thing.

Check out the project’s roadmap and if you decide to invest, join the white list here. Stay tuned for a more detailed technical evaluation of the DADI platform from your pals here at Chainhead and happy hodling!