1. We use firmware on the network routers to run the technology that enables the Freesky system.
2. The firmware launches the routing protocol that allows routers to pay each other for bandwidth and automate network configuration.
3. Routers connect via the equipment that meets the needs of any local community.
4. Routers comprise the Freesky network that serves buildings, neighborhoods, and communities.
5. Freesky network operators organized the transport network and help to maintain the local network.
6. Users are interested in expanding the network by connecting their neighbors to the Freesky network since they receive sky coins for every GB of data passing through their router.
To simplify the network architecture explanation we present several roles that devices can perform. Note that these roles are not physical but logical. Thus, one device can perform several roles simultaneously:
Centralized and exclusive providers run the most or Internet access networks. The Internet service provider charges monthly for all routers and network equipment that you use. And most locations have only one or two provider options. So if you don’t like the service or the price, there is nothing that you can do about that. Competition creates new Internet providers, that are large enough to start their own business, but this is not possible for all.
Freesky makes it possible. Our team supports the network's development created by communities and for communities that are based on our equipment. Such an approach helps people to create decentralized Internet providers in their communities as well as manage and develop them easily.
Total Tokens: 500,000,000 fsk