These chips cannot be "used" ingame in any way, they can merely be - literally! - read for your information as a player by hovering your mouse-button over the icons of the chips, and then they can be stored into storage containers like chests.
These chips currently only exist to give you (as a player) hints about the background-story of Creativerse and the Arctek-technology.
These chips seem to have been written by an unknown female "entity" named Pixi. It seems like she has been created by someone (male) who seemingly came from Earth.
These chips seem to have been written one after another, related to the layer of the world and such the Treasure Chests you can find them in. However the order in which to read them is not really overly important.
The codes on some of these chips are encoded hints. If you decrypt them, they will lead you to a fun place on the internet.
These codes will NOT reveal any ingame-secrets and will NOT lead you to any locations on the gameworlds of Creativerse.
For hints about the codes and how to uncode them, please scroll down. Kindly note that spoilers posted in the comments will be deleted as they would prevent players from tyring to decrypt the codes themselves.
See the hyphens and dots ...---... on some of these Data Chips?
Searching for information on the internet about this will help you decipher these codes.
... -... --. ...--
...- -- -.. .--. ...
--.- . .--. ..- -.. .--. -./
--.- -- -... --.. --.
-.. -... --- . --.. -..
The first step to uncoding is to learn about the SOS distress signal.
Look it up with any search machine (like Google); it's important knowledge that could perhaps save your life one day.
Use the code system for SOS signals on the hyphens and dots of the Data Chips (you can find all of the necessary Data Chips on this page).
With this first step of decyphering you will receive a bunch of letters that seem to make no sense. But this is not all to it! Another additional decoding-step will be needed. A 2000 years old decryption code has been used for that.
s b g u
v m d p s
q e p u d p n /
q m b z g
d b o e z d
The second step to decipher the code bears the name of a very famous ruler of the Roman Empire who is not only known for his outstanding military success (like his victory against Vercingetorix and other Gallic tribes), but also for his Latin literary works, including "Commentarii de Bello Gallico" (The Gallic Wars), Commentarii de Bello Civili (The Civil War) and poems. He also was one of the political allies and lovers of Cleopatra.
This Roman ruler created the Julian calendar, was mentioned in the bible and his name later became the title "Kaiser" for rulers in Europe. He is also a famous adversary of the heroes in the "Asterix" comics. Search for a code with his name.
This Roman dictator was born on July 13th 100 BC and lived until the Ides of March (15th) 44 BC (when he was stabbed by a group of Senators including his possible own son). Now that should be enough information to find him with any search machine.
There are online decoding programs that can decipher the code with the name of this man - use it to change the letters from the first step to actual words with key 25.
If the uncoded words now include the name of the developers of Creativerse cut in two parts, then you did well. If you should have a "3" in your encoded letters, exchange it with "t".
At the end of it all you'll have to re-arrange the order of the data chips by sorting the now decoded words to form an internet-related location. Dot = . The / (slash) might not have been decoded, so don't forget to add it again!
Use your internet to go to that location (no, don't search this time) as the very last step and Sign up.