Get paid to share your Internet connection with the world.
Ammbr brings the Internet to new places using blockchain and wireless mesh technology.
Ammbr is a blockchain-based wireless mesh network that buys and sells Internet bandwidth autonomously, using the AMR cryptocurrency. Ammbr’s network can bring reliable Internet access to places that do not have it, without relying on legacy Internet service providers.
What is Ammbr?
Ammbr is a wireless mesh network built on blockchain technology.
Internet connectivity is traded 24/7 in an autonomous marketplace.
Consider this: In Denmark (population 5.7 million), 97.09% of the population uses the Internet, compared to Eritrea (population 4.95 million) where just 1.177% of its population is online. In simpler terms, between two countries of a comparable population, one of them has nearly as many Internet users as the other does not have. This represents the problem that Ammbr was created to solve; with more than 4.1 billion people around the world lacking a reliable connection to the Internet, it is faster and more efficient for us to come together as a community to bring Internet access to new places, rather than relying on legacy Internet service providers and telecom companies to do so.
The Ammbr network, which distributes Internet bandwidth using a “mesh” network of many distributed Internet routers, uses a proprietary cryptocurrency called AMR as its native currency. AMR can support a high rate of micro-transactions, enabling a smooth exchange of Internet bandwidth through Ammbr. Once the connectivity is delivered, Ammbr will also deliver additional functionality to drive sustainable economic activity, thus bringing the advantages of the Internet currently enjoyed by more developed regions.
To sell Internet access, it truly is as simple as purchasing an Ammbr router, linking it to your Internet connection, and availing your Internet bandwidth to users on the Ammbr network. When people use your bandwidth, they will automatically pay you through Ammbr, using AMR tokens.
Then, to buy Internet access, simply load Ammbr to your laptop or smartphone to connect to an Ammbr signal. Once you’re connected, you will have access to high-speed Internet. All of the technical activity, including the AMR token payment, takes place seamlessly in the background.
All of these functions can be managed in a user-friendly way, with Ammbr’s easy-to-use applications for smartphones and computers.
Next .... Commodity Trading
The greatest economic activity in emerging communities are mining and agriculture, which produce primary hard and soft commodities.
The export of these commodities should also benefit local communities.
Commodities are, broadly speaking, delivered either to local or to international markets. A marketplace therefore also faces the hurdle of scaling geographically. The Ammbr commodity trading platform solves this by presenting flexible economic and governance frameworks, rooted in blockchain, that easily adapts to multiple jurisdictional constraints, and provides payment and settlement globally. The inclusion of surrounding commumnities in the profit stream becomes a matter of transparent policy, which makes sustainable, socially responsible programmes possible without dependence on outside charity.
The platform utilises smart contracts and cryptocurrency payments at the core of its payment infrastructure. Buyers and sellers agree to a string of documentary and delivery conditions mediated by trusted third party service providers (oracles) and transparent smart contracts published on the blockchain to ensure payments are released at the right time, against the agreed terms and conditions being met. The trade workflows and practices are retained and followed precisely, with efficiencies driving down costs, shortening the transaction time, and ultimately benefitting all parties to the transactions.
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Team Members and Advisors
Derick is an IT and business generalist, with a strong background in payment systems and telecommunications. He currently serves as CEO to two companies in the fields of blockchain and digital identity.
Benny Pang was the chief counsel at Tencent Holdings Limited from 2004 to 2010. and now runs his own legal firm, having completed over 100, and participated in, more than 120 Hong Kong initial public offerings.
Career banker, commodity trader, rainmaker and an early stage Bitcoin investor, who saw the strategic vision of disruptions using blockchain technology, he holds executive positions in a blockchain company and a digital identity company.
Karthik Iyer is the India Ambassador of the P2P-Foundation, and founder and CEO of BlockchainMonk, a DLT research and consulting firm, and was part of one of the largest EU research project on P2P, P2PValue.eu. He holds close to half dozen degrees in technology, research and management from leading schools in Europe and Asia.
Gary Cheung has specialised in secure online payments and e-gaming technology for over 18 years. He is the founder and Chairman of a global lottery gaming technology company and an electronic payments company, which have deployed successfully in over 20 countries.
Steven Sprague is the CEO of Rivetz Corp. and one of the principle industry evangelists for the application of trusted computing technology.
Jean-Jacques Quisquater is a professor at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) and an internationally recognized expert on data protection and cryptography.
Matt is a founding board member of the FinTech Association of Hong Kong, and was previously the global head of Internet strategy at HSBC Group.
Dean is a thought-leading technology analyst and futurist specialising in wireless network evolution and service-provider business models. He writes on emergent intersections between the telecoms industry and themes such as blockchain, spectrum-sharing and AI.
Senior Electrical Engineer specializing in integration with strong background in power, analog, and wireless for industrial and consumer markets.
Manoj has filled roles in finance, including investment firms, and is a partner and shareholder in a boutique investment bank specialising in IT/ITES space.
Ankur has strong skills and experience in managing Bills of Material, cost reduction, logistics and procurement. He also specializes in the thermal conductivity of materials.
David is a trained economist, with a considerable business network throughout Asia and Europe. His ability to connect needs with abilities, resources with production, defines his philosophy of inclusiveness.
John Hooks, is a Distributed Ledger (Blockchain) Technologist and Venture Capital/Private Equity Advisor. He is a Council Member in the Technology and Telecommunications Practice of the Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG), and an Advisory Board Member to several emerging Blockchain, and Big Data/AI companies. His past experience includes executive positions at Accenture, LLP, Anderson Consulting, and IBM Corporation.
Richard Kastelein is an award-winning publisher and founder of the industry publication, Blockchain News. He is also a regular speaker at industry events, and prolific journalist.
Leigh Flounders is 2017 Finance Magazine's CEO of the Year New Zealand, and has worked with the likes of Tencent, Ant, Baidu and major banks. He is a board member of NZTech and has previous startup successes to his name.