The Karrier One permission model is a hybrid model, obtaining the efficiency of a permissioned protocol while offering many of the benefits of a decentralized PoS protocol.
The Karrier One protocol will utilize the Citizens Broadband Radio Service to deliver real mobile connectivity and usage to users. Using CBRS Karrier One will be able to provide traditional mobile services and plans to users in The United States.
Karrier One Protocol will run a proof of concept with BAND53, providing mobile connectivity and usage to users globally. Using BAND53 Karrier One will be able to provide traditional mobile services and plans to users almost anywhere in the world.
Network services paid for using the same existing method and infrastructure that users are accustomed to with local currency such as prepaid vouchers and etop-ups through local stores.
After initially setting out to decentralize and liberalize the telecom industry, it quickly became apparent that the rigors of telecom architectures might just be the missing link required for establishing the next generation of mature, business-ready public ledgers.
Building out telecom can consume a decent amount of energy. As a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain, Polygon consumes significantly less energy than proof-of-work (PoW) blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum. This can be a major advantage for developers who are concerned about the environmental impact of blockchain technology.
Polygon solves the issue of high gas fees and slow speeds, while still implementing premium security. Building on Polygon sidechain allows for transactions within the Karrier One eco-system to happen fast and cheap.
Polygon has a growing ecosystem of decentralized applications (dApps) and protocols that can support token development and adoption. This can provide a strong foundation for a new token to gain traction and grow its user base.
Polygon is designed to be interoperable with other blockchain networks, including Ethereum. This means that tokens built on Polygon can be easily transferred to and from other networks, which can increase liquidity and ease of use. Polygon skEVM is the first open-source zkProver that provides complete EVM opcode equivalence and the security of Ethereum.
The Karrier One Protocol will allow licensed spectrum holders to monetize their spectrum usage. Licensed spectrum holders will be able to use the Karrier One Protocol to provide mobile connectivity and usage to users globally
We set out to establish the first commercial grade, community-owned 5G network infrastructure in the world, that will be able to service other carriers as well as its own private user base.
Authoritative, trustable timestamping provider enabling the Karrier One transaction ordering algorithm.
Interface with legacy telecommunications networks and handle the protocol translations, media transcoding and process the routing of traffic to these networks
Users set up equipment and provide coverage and network access to users in exchange for KONE and Fiat Payments.
Provide authentication, identity, blockchain, internode communication, telecommunications services.
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