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The World Wi-Fi Triad — Consumers and End users

World Wi-Fi is not your typical business with its normal two-way interaction of business and client. World Wi-Fi instead is a unique three-way business that can be best describe as a triad. There is the router owner that makes his wifi connection available to all in exchange for money given to him by advertisers for showing them to the end user who watches them in exchange for getting free wifi.Of these three parties that are involved n the transaction, it is likely the end user that stands the most to gain. For World Wi-Fi solves what is so often an enormous problem for travelers and locals alike:A lack of free wifi in a given area.A local problemAn increasingly common problem for internet users the world over is mobile access. While the technology for mobile access has only been getting better and better over the years, the actual availability has been becoming more scarce.How does this work? How did this happen in a world where connectivity seems ubiquitous? Well, what happened is the internet became ubiquitous and many people became completely dependent on it. What this led to a was a situation where the consumer was completely at the mercy of cellular providers (for it is cellular providers that provide most mobile internet connections) and they began increasing rates and lowering limits as demand rose but competition didn’t.So if you want to use your phone somewhere, you’d better hope that your data connection works there and if you want to use your computer somewhere, then you’d better be sure that there is wifi. And increasingly, there is not.Back in the halcyon days of wifi, you could often just flip open your laptop and find a local unsecured network and go about your business.Nowadays it is rare for even services to have open wifi! And if you are travelling in an airport or hotel, prepare for absurd hourly or daily charges.You’re a captive audience, you don’t have any bargaining power here.A global scourgeAnd if this is a problem in the developed world, it is even more of a problem at the periphery. Cellular networks are growing but their speed is lackluster and the data caps prevent many from using the internet to the full extent of its capabilities.Limited connections and limit data caps are things that can plague the developing and poorer portions of the world in ways that are far more damaging than what is experienced in the developed world.World Wi-Fi and a decentralized societyLive speech of the World Wi-Fi CEO Ilya Yashin As blockchain technology has lit the internet on fire, its changes have become far further reaching than the relatively limited realm of financial tools.For example World Wi-Fi used blockchain technology to build a system that allows for unlimited free wifi access to anyone within range of a participating router. And the participating router owners are reimbursed for allowing locals and travelers a like to use their internet connection.This goes a long way toward solving a persistent and increasingly large problem in both the developing and developed world.Further, even in areas where there is sufficient connection, or the cellular data service is relatively good, the ground connection to routers will always have two things on the cellular connection:It is magnitudes faster — wifi and the ground connection that the router connects too are always going to be cheaper and faster than cellular networks. In this way there will always be demand for wifi as it is inherently a better and faster connection.There is no limit — cellular networks almost universally have data limits. If someone wants to watch a movie or listen to music, they are going to search out wifi so as to avoid wasting their limited data.World Wi-Fi is bringing decentralized free wifi to the public right when telecoms are starting to turn the screws on customers. The world needs the internet connection and they shouldn’t have to face extortion to use it.World Wi-Fi integrates private routers into a single network and provides free Internet all over the World!The project will allow router owners to receive fees from advertising by connecting advertisers with target audiencies.

World Wi-Fi is not your typical business with its normal two-way interaction of business and client. World Wi-Fi instead is a unique three-way business that can be best describe as a triad. There is the router owner that makes his wifi connection available to all in exchange for money given to him by advertisers for showing them to the end user who watches them in exchange for getting free wifi.

Of these three parties that are involved n the transaction, it is likely the end user that stands the most to gain. For World Wi-Fi solves what is so often an enormous problem for travelers and locals alike:

A lack of free wifi in a given area.

A local problem

An increasingly common problem for internet users the world over is mobile access. While the technology for mobile access has only been getting better and better over the years, the actual availability has been becoming more scarce.

How does this work? How did this happen in a world where connectivity seems ubiquitous? Well, what happened is the internet became ubiquitous and many people became completely dependent on it. What this led to a was a situation where the consumer was completely at the mercy of cellular providers (for it is cellular providers that provide most mobile internet connections) and they began increasing rates and lowering limits as demand rose but competition didn’t.

So if you want to use your phone somewhere, you’d better hope that your data connection works there and if you want to use your computer somewhere, then you’d better be sure that there is wifi. And increasingly, there is not.

Back in the halcyon days of wifi, you could often just flip open your laptop and find a local unsecured network and go about your business.

Nowadays it is rare for even services to have open wifi! And if you are travelling in an airport or hotel, prepare for absurd hourly or daily charges.

You’re a captive audience, you don’t have any bargaining power here.

A global scourge

And if this is a problem in the developed world, it is even more of a problem at the periphery. Cellular networks are growing but their speed is lackluster and the data caps prevent many from using the internet to the full extent of its capabilities.

Limited connections and limit data caps are things that can plague the developing and poorer portions of the world in ways that are far more damaging than what is experienced in the developed world.

World Wi-Fi and a decentralized society

Live speech of the World Wi-Fi CEO Ilya Yashin As blockchain technology has lit the internet on fire, its changes have become far further reaching than the relatively limited realm of financial tools.

For example World Wi-Fi used blockchain technology to build a system that allows for unlimited free wifi access to anyone within range of a participating router. And the participating router owners are reimbursed for allowing locals and travelers a like to use their internet connection.

This goes a long way toward solving a persistent and increasingly large problem in both the developing and developed world.

Further, even in areas where there is sufficient connection, or the cellular data service is relatively good, the ground connection to routers will always have two things on the cellular connection:

  1. It is magnitudes faster — wifi and the ground connection that the router connects too are always going to be cheaper and faster than cellular networks. In this way there will always be demand for wifi as it is inherently a better and faster connection.

  2. There is no limit — cellular networks almost universally have data limits. If someone wants to watch a movie or listen to music, they are going to search out wifi so as to avoid wasting their limited data.

World Wi-Fi is bringing decentralized free wifi to the public right when telecoms are starting to turn the screws on customers. The world needs the internet connection and they shouldn’t have to face extortion to use it.

World Wi-Fi integrates private routers into a single network and provides free Internet all over the World!

The project will allow router owners to receive fees from advertising by connecting advertisers with target audiencies.