A knowledge graph is a level of expertise that uses a graph-structured database structure or topology to integrate data. Intertwined representations of elements with free-form semantics, such as objects, events, circumstances, or abstract concepts, are typically stored in knowledge networks.

The time it takes to transfer all knowledge into useable forms, the vast effort required to finish activities, and the risk of data manipulation under centralized management are all impediments to establishing a verified KG that can be used successfully by AI.

Knowledge Graphs have been integrated into our daily lives through voice assistants (such as Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant), smart search results, and even personalized purchasing experiences through online store recommenders. We interact with Knowledge Graphs in a variety of ways on a regular basis. Most people, however, are still unfamiliar with Knowledge Graphs and the underlying graph databases, and because of the technology’s seamless integration into our lives, we aren’t even aware of how reliant we are on it — or, worse, how we have come to expect a certain level of quality and standard from it.

Knowledge Graph gives all of your data a structure and a common interface, and it allows you to create clever multilateral relationships across all of your databases. The Knowledge Graph is a virtual data layer that sits on top of your existing databases or data sets, allowing you to link all of your data at scale, whether structured or unstructured.


EpiK Protocol’s trust governance is based on Decentralized Autonomous Organization Technology (DAO), which uses blockchain technology to lead the organization in a decentralized manner, using codes to enforce rules and immutability to prevent data tampering. Any concerns that require governance inside an organization can be resolved with DAO, which allows qualified persons to vote on the outcomes.

The EpiK Protocol is founded on two fundamental principles:

1. Only those who are directly affected by the governance issue are eligible to vote.

2. Depending on how much the involved parties are affected, the vote power is weighted differently.

The EpiK Protocol puts the major players into three categories based on this: the Global Group, the Storage Group, and the Knowledge Group.

The Global Group is responsible for enforcing global parameters that protect the interests of all EPK token holders.

The Storage Group’s job is to figure out what motivates the miners. The Knowledge Group has created parameters for the Domain Experts to follow. As the quantity of Domain Experts and Bounty Hunters grows, reward distributions will need to change to keep up with market demand for various domains.

The four sorts of Knowledge experts are Domain Experts, Bounty Hunters, Knowledge Nodes, and Knowledge Gateways.

Domain Experts (DEs) are in charge of organizing and assessing knowledge base information (KGs). They are also allowed to contribute data to the knowledge graph, but only under strict supervision.


EpiK Protocol’s dependable financial capabilities are based on decentralized financial technology (DeFi). The bulk of cryptocurrency users presently own popular cryptos such as BTC and ETH.

EpiK Protocol will offer a decentralized lending service, allowing users to participate in EpiK’s decentralized knowledge graph economy.


EpiK Protocol creates a global open autonomous community with four core capabilities of trusted storage, trusted incentives, trusted governance, and trusted finance through the integration of IPFS storage technology, Token incentive mechanism, and DAO governance model, which organizes global community users to work together at a very low management cost and continuously produce high-quality AI data.

For more information, visit:

Website: www.epik-protocol.io

Twitter: www.twitter.com/EpiKProtocol

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