DePIN Diagnostics: The Posemesh Pinger Telegram App

Auki Labs
The Posemesh Foundation
4 min readMay 22, 2024

In spatial computing, the stakes for performance are incredibly high. The difference between a seamless experience and a disjointed one often comes down to a single factor: latency.

For spatial computing to blend the digital and physical worlds convincingly, digital objects must synchronize with the world in real-time. Any delay and the illusion shatters. The Posemesh Foundation’s DePIN for AI perception is designed to minimize latency and maximize the magic of augmented reality (AR) and spatial computing experiences.

Traditional cloud services, like AWS and Azure, have served humans well; however, as you venture into the world of collaborative spatial computing, such as shared AR, you need something faster to handle the demands of real-time interaction without glitching.

The Posemesh Foundation hypothesizes that the posemesh network, with its multitude of decentralized nodes, will outpace the latency of legacy Web2 cloud networks.

But how can you help test this theory and earn AUKI points while doing it?

Enter Pinger: The Posemesh Foundation’s DePIN Diagnostics Telegram App

To test this theory, The Posemesh Foundation has deployed Pinger, a Telegram mini app designed to test the Auki posemesh’s network latency. The Pinger app measures latency across the currently live posemesh DePIN network, which still operates on the traditional Web2 cloud infrastructure and will soon allow DePIN operators to host their own servers on spare compute.

Tap-to-earn, by pinging the posemesh’s DePIN servers — currently numbering around 300 — you can help The Posemesh Foundation research efforts to record and analyze critical latency data. Named for its function, the ‘Pinger’ captures the usual internet latency experienced by average app users by pinging the posemesh’s DePIN servers. All community members must do is hit a key to ping a small series of randomly selected nodes in the posemesh’s network.

The Pinger app allows users to compete via a leaderboard, completing latency tasks hourly, daily, and weekly. Users can also climb the rankings through an easy-to-share referral program: when a new user signs up via your link, you earn more AUKI points.

Since the soft launch of the Pinger app last week, the Posemesh Foundation has already registered more than 11,000 users and logged more than 14 million latency reports.

Ready to score? Join the Tap-to-Earn fun and start pinging by clicking on the link below to get started and earn AUKI points while helping provide latency research.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Ping the relay servers daily.
  2. Ping all of the servers every hour.
  3. Ping 5 days in a row for 1,000 bonus points.
  4. Share your invite link and get 2,000 points per friend invited!
  5. Reach the hallowed ranks of The Posemesh League at 100,000 points!

It’s a fun and engaging way to get involved in the posemesh. Every ping helps The Posemesh Foundation optimize the DePIN for AI, ensuring that when you reach out to touch a digital object, it’s there, as real as anything else in the room.

Better Compute

The next leap forward is to decentralize further. The plan will incentivize users to host local servers using devices like Raspberry Pi or other spare computing resources. By bringing the servers closer to users, the posemesh can achieve even lower latency than the centralized web2 clouds.

The Pinger will be crucial in this phase. It will allow us to compare the performance of our burgeoning DePIN network against the established cloud giants and help us play the game better.

Join the posemesh’s mission to lead the spatial computing revolution and be part of a movement that values privacy, decentralization, and community.

Participate, innovate, and earn rewards in The Posemesh Foundation DePIN economy designed for the next 100 billion people, devices and AI. The posemesh is building a future where AI perception serves humanity’s highest good, not corporations or governments.

Don’t miss out; get your ping on today ➡️ https://t.me/PosemeshBot/Pinger

This is the decade. This is the arena. You are here.

About Auki Labs

Auki Labs creates posemesh domains: virtual real estate for shared augmented reality, allowing you to manifest your knowledge and imagination in the minds of others.

Spatial computing enables the anchoring of digital information in space, bringing the power of the internet to the physical world. The spatial internet is a tectonic shift in how we interact with computers and each other. It will be as transformative as the transition from PC to mobile.

Our unique solutions are powered by the posemesh, a decentralized and privacy-preserving protocol for collaborative spatial computing.

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About The Posemesh Foundation

The posemesh is an open-source protocol that powers a decentralized, blockchain-based spatial computing network.

The posemesh is designed for a future where spatial computing is both collaborative and privacy-preserving. It limits any organization’s surveillance capabilities and encourages sovereign ownership of private maps of space.

The decentralization also offers a competitive advantage, especially in shared AR sessions where low latency is crucial. The posemesh is the next step in the decentralization movement, responding to the growing power of big tech.

The Posemesh Foundation has tasked Auki Labs with developing the software infrastructure of the posemesh.

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Auki Labs
The Posemesh Foundation

Building the posemesh, a decentralized spatial computing protocol for AR, the metaverse, and smart cities. The proprioceptive sense of machine intelligence.