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Building the world’s first Decentralized Wireless Network

How CalChip Connect and partners used crypto-economic incentives and blockchain to build the world’s largest and fastest growing IoT network, and what’s next? 4G/5G LTE. CalChip Connect is leading the way in IoT, helping build the world’s first decentralized and open-source IoT network, based on the LoRaWAN protocol. In 2021, CalChip partnered with Helium to ship more decentralized wireless networking equipment than any other organization in the world. What is decentralized networking? A new way of incentivizing and managing public wireless infrastructure, using blockchain technology and crypto-economics. Fault tolerant peer to peer systems have revolutionized the financial services industry and empowered a new generation of entrepreneurs to kickstart open-source projects with invested stakeholders. Distributed Ledger Technology has the ability to increase visibility and transparency across organizations and drive far more efficient outcomes for consumers. Helium is the first company to apply decentralization to wireless networks, and CalChip is their number one distributor.
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