Using Blockchain To Power The 5G Bypass

Report Overview

Author: Charlie Morris and Dieter Fishbein
Release Date: May 21, 2019

Abstract:

This research takes a deep dive into 5G and its challenges. Its authors, Charlie Morris and Dieter Fishbein, then shift the conversation to peer-to-peer mesh networks, which have the potential to disrupt the current monopolistic structure of the telecommunications industry around the world. What blockchain brings to the Internet stack is an incentive layer for rewarding participation.

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