Smallcell blockchain is the first blockchain solution that is targeted to wireless network operators. With dense network deployment required in 5G standards, cost efficient deployment, effective spectrum management, and low-cost network optimization are mission critical.Smallcell blockchain is used to automate the network deployment, to grant 5G spectrum efficiently, and to optimize the network in a fully automated fashion.
Our main objective is to create the TRUE self deployed, self managed, and self optimized network using strengths of blockchain.
Smallcell-to-Smallcell Transactions: Smallcells produce smallcell coins and use the coins to enable the network operation and to run the network in a decentralized way.
Decentralization will enable low cost of operational expenditures
Smallcell-to-Subscriber Transactions: Subscribers will be able to pay their bill using smallcell coin which is awarded to them through usage of the network. This will lower the cost of wireless services for subscribers.
Payment with Smallcell Coin
Mining done at Smaillcells
You can download our wallet from here. Fully protection; Blockchain based, decentralized architecture provides full protection.
Smallcell Coin Network is collaborating with major smallcell manufacturers, open-source telecom software developers, openstack software foundation, and wireless service providers.
Smallcell Crypto token will be released on the bases of Ethereum and Bitcoin platform.
Now Distribution 2.000.000 Smallcoin Distribution
1.000.000 Operators own
1.000.000 Smalcell vendors own
Smallcell coin team is working towards meeting critical milestones as outlined below;
Smallcell coin is the main token used in fully automated management, optimization, upgrade, and deployment of smallcell networks.
Currently, wireless communication networks are managed from a central location. With Smailcell coin, and a new ledger type; next generation wireless communications networks will manage itself by sharing the profits coming from decentralization with subscribers, that is, YOU.
Right now, 2.000.000 smallcell coins owned by serviced operators and smallcell vendors.
New smallcell coins will be released in 90 days, and this second distribution will be open to individuals and independent investors.
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume using contact form.
We are the first blockchain based solution that solves the issue of high cost of wireless network operation and high cost for subscribers.
Our team integrates your network with the smallcell blockchain, which enables fully automated network deployment, development, and optimization of your network. Please contact with us for more details.
Smallcell wallet is our solution for managing smallcell coin transactions in the network.We can implement wallet specific to your specific smallcell product.
Our solution is the first true self organizing network solution that we can integrate with your current network management and optimization processes.
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