Top 5 Blockchain Projects in Telecom Sector

  1. DENT (DENT):

DENT is a blockchain-based platform that is working to create a global marketplace that allows everyone to buy and sell mobile data packages. DENT’s mission is to tokenise, liberate, and democratize mobile data and bandwidth. The company has developed a marketplace and a mobile application which allows buying and selling mobile data packages by employing the blockchain technology.

The platform works on an Ethereum-based blockchain and is creating a transparent and easy data pricing landscape.

How does it work?

The working of the DENT platform is quite simple. All the users who are registered on the DENT network simply need to exchange their existing mobile-data packages for a one that is more suitable and economical to them. This platform will allow end-users to interact easily with the telecom industries and will thereby lead to an improved transparency and utilization of mobile data.

Partnerships

DENT network is successfully working across the globe through its partnerships with multiple telecom industries.

In the United States, the company is partnered with AT&T and Verizon, in Mexico with Telcel, Nextel, and Movistar, in Brazil with Oi and Vivo, in Bangladesh with Airtel, Zong share balance code Robi, Grameenphone, and Banglalink, in South Africa with Vodacom, MTN, and CellC, in Morocco with Orange, Moroc Telecom, and Inwi, in Spain with Vodafone, Orange, and Yoigo, in Singapore with M1, Starhub, and Singtel, in Sri Lanka with Airtel, Etisalat, Mobitel, Hutchison, and Dialog, with Claro in Puerto Rico and Claro Costa, Tigo in Guatemala, and Du in UAE.

Roadmap

Launched in 2017, the DENT network has successfully managed to become the finest blockchain-based telecom project with 3.5 million users worldwide. In the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2018, the company aims at increasing its partnerships with more countries and operators and be listed on more crypto exchanges.

For 2019, the company is focusing on launching world-wide Voice Calling and SMS service, video calling, retail data rewards, and to achieve 15 million users in 70 countries by the end of Q2 2019.

Token Value Information

Total Supply: 100,000,000,000 DENT

Circulating Supply: 17,241,387,101 DENT

Market Cap: $44,036,974 USD

ICO Price: $0.000639 USD

Current Price: $0.0025 USD

  1. QLINK (QLC):

Now known as QLC Chain, Qlink is the first public blockchain for decentralised network. QLC Chain is imagining a system where users can buy connectivity from their peers. That is to say, leasing access to someone’s Wi-Fi, selling unused data to other users, and receiving cell signal from a base station in someone’s house.

In a broader sense, the project is working to build a Network-as-a-Service infrastructure that would implement smart contracts to facilitate dapps and other features and functions of the network.

The QLC Chain network is attempting to solve the problems of oversupply of network capability, undersupply of network access, centralised operations etc. by decentralising the marketplace for telecommunication and connectivity.

How does it work?

With the QLC Chain platform, anyone from anywhere in the world will be able to operate a small base station from their home providing cell service to their surrounding area. Each time a user connects to another user’s base station, a small percentage of their payment will be given to the base station operator.

The platform also accommodates advertisers who can pay to get their content included in the Qlink network.

Partnerships

The QLC Chain team has partnered with over 40 telecom operators from around the world to provide decentralised mobile data services to as many as its 6 million customers. The network also has a partnership with NEO since it has been built on the NEO blockchain. Other partners of the network include Binance, Ontology, Block Array, Cenntro, and intop.

Roadmap

Launched in December 2017, the QLC Chain aimed at developing a standard Wi-Fi sharing protocol and an E2P SMS application. The end of Q2 2018 saw the development and deployment of data access and content distribution to the Public Chain.

Towards the end of Q4 2018, the network will launch the QLC Public Chain on the Mainnet and integrate with IPFS.

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