International project World Wi-Fi successfully completed TOKEN SALE and raised a total amount of $25 million. Over 32,000 contributors believed in our idea and contributed to the project. The most active participants were from Japan, Canada, Germany, Australia, South Korea, Sweden, Russia, the UK, Italy, China, France, Vietnam.
It was an undoubted success to receive the support of the well-known blockchain expert Vladislav Martynov, his extensive experience and expertise in the industry substantially helped us. By collecting the hard cap, we will be able to implement full-scale coverage of all regions in the European Union, Asia, America and Australia, and in the future to deploy the World Wi-Fi network around the world, — Ilya Yashin Co-Founder & CEO.
The World Wi-Fi project is a decentralized free Wi-Fi network that aims to connect at least 20 million Wi-Fi routers to its global platform and reach an annual turnover of $1 billion within three years.
To date, several preliminary agreements have been concluded with major advertising agencies, and orders for advertising campaigns keep coming. Last week the list of our partners was updated with yet another big company — we just finalized the agreement with Saudi-based PolarisNet to conduct the beta together.
This week we signed a contract with Atma Inc — a Japanese investment company also well known as a crypto media agency CoinTokyo. We are planning to open an office in Tokyo for future growth and development of World Wi-Fi. We believe that the only way to develop free Wi-Fi network is true partnerships, and this is the very important step for the World Wi-Fi project in Japan and worldwide.
About World Wi-Fi
World Wi-Fi is a blockchain platform designed to develop a worldwide decentralized free Wi-Fi network focused on integrating residential routers. The participants of the platform will be ordinary users, router owners, and advertisers.
Ordinary users will have free internet access; router owners will get compensated by advertisers for the advertising viewed by their users; advertisers will be provided with an efficient tool for ad campaign targeting and analysis. World Wi-Fi is planning to monetize by charging a small ad fee. The rest of ad budgets will be automatically distributed between owners of access points through the use of blockchain.