Decentralized mobile network, is dedicated to constructing an open-source telecom infrastructure on blockchain
Smart contract blockchain
Qlink aims to build world’s first decentralised mobile network coverage, reduce the cost of telecom infrastructures and reward users for sharing unused network assets. Currently, there is no competitors in this specific project. By utilizing blockchain technology, Qlink applies digital identities to telecoms assets, repackage those assets and records the usage footprint of each assets to a distributed ledger. Additionally, Qlink aims to launch applications designed to allow p2p sharing assets including WiFi, mobile data access and E2P SMS. While improving the efficiency of existing network, Qlink plans to launch its custom base station, including a model suitable for vehicle installation. By utilizing the ideal resources of the network equipment, these base stations will allow users to become part of the crypto economy and at the same time create a decentralised solution to cover network black spots.
Qlink wants to create a decentralized mobile network. The main idea is to create a an open-source telecom infrastructure on blockchain. They claim to be the world's first decentralized mobile network, however there have been few other similar ICO projects. Yet there don't seem to be any significant news about the other projects, therefore this market is still to be explored. Qlink have come up with few ways to provide such service. People will be able to share their wifi and create hotspots in exchange for the tokens, which with enough users can create a huge network of available internet. Unused SMS and mobile data could also be sold for others at much more competitive and cheaper price than from other providers. The team behind the project is very experienced and skillful when it comes to blockchain technology and telecom services.
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The overall design of the site and the information provided there are quite satisfactory. The project seems like it could become successful, however I find it problematic that for Qlink to be really useful for other, there would have to be a lot of users who share their wifi, mobile data and sms, and who decide to mine it. I doubt I'd ever be able to find someone who shares his wifi in my city through Qlink. The project relies too much on other people in my opinion. They only provide the base and hope that there will be many miners.
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