3air will use the Cardano network to improve telecommunications systems in Africa

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3air, an Africa-focused blockchain network, recently announced the start of its token presale this month on the 26th. Both the seed sale and the first round of a private sale were successfully concluded.

Decentralization powered by Cardano

In addition to offering internet connectivity, 3air hopes to enable its users to transact and conduct business online. The platform uses Cardano’s Atala PRISM to create and manage verified digital identities for platform users. 3air users can use their digital identities to identify themselves to various third-party services.

Also, they can keep verifiable personal information on the blockchain. Users can generate credit scores using their digital credentials. This way, they can demonstrate excellent credit when applying for a bank loan, for example.

3air also uses a long-term bandwidth sharing approach. It will enable roaming and provide shared and accessible Internet access locations across the world. Its initial installations will be in restaurants, malls and crowded areas that can benefit from 3air.

3air token holders benefit massively

3air will use the 3air token on the Cardano (ADA) blockchain to develop a next-generation payment environment for its goods. 3air can also be used as a utility and governance token.

3air holders have full access to all 3air services. They can participate in bandwidth sharing markets and cover infrastructure insurance and maintenance. Additionally, 3air is ideal for community governance, staking, digital identity generation, rewards and loyalty systems and a tool to assist enthusiasts and referral program agents.

3air token holders can also vote on future strategy and resource allocation. In addition, their contribution will guide the next steps in the development of the 3air ecosystem.

K3 Last Mile Project

In line with its mission to solve physical infrastructure problems in low connectivity areas, 3air has partnered with K3 Telecom. The operator Swiss Telecom already has a large customer base in Sierra Leone. Thousands of customers in the country will be the first to use the platform when it launches.

The “Last Mile” program aims to provide Internet, IP telephony and digital television connectivity. They will connect it to household and business digital systems.

According to the claims of the 3air team, each of its stations covers a radius of 31 miles or more. Each base station will provide high-speed Internet connectivity to over 15,000 customers.

Each base station provides up to 1 Gbps per user speed. That’s about 240 times the throughput of an average mobile communicator.

For decades, the African continent has struggled with the digital divide. For internet connectivity, the majority of Africans rely on mobile internet service providers. These connections are often capacity limited, unreliable and expensive. 3air’s plans address these issues with enhanced internet services. It combines innovative wireless technology with a blockchain platform.

In this logic, 3air is calling for more people to participate in the token presale. The team tried to make the registration process easy. All you need to do is provide your email address to receive magic mail with a unique ID. Once you click on the link you receive, it will automatically direct you to the application process. You can find more information about the login process here.

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