While the Web2 was a frontend revolution, the Web3 is a backend revolution. It is a set of protocols led by blockchain, that intends to reinvent how the Internet is wired in the backend, combining the logic of the Internet with the logic of the computer.
The latest technologies are moving faster than what we are expecting as we are moving to the era of big data, AI, Metaverse and numerous dAPPs designed for human convenience purposes. The new transformation required advanced internet service and the issue is that our current state of internet Web 2 is far from perfect, with many considering the network untrusted with not-good-enough reliability.
When we are looking for a better solution, the so-called 3rd generation of the internet promises to decentralize content regulation, enable new AI processes, welcome the metaverse, and also accept digital currencies as its primary payment method. In simple words, the Web 3.0 is a possible future version of the internet based on public blockchains, this revolution has led many to recognize just how far the current internet foundation is from supporting the increased usage and performance requirements that come with the metaverse, decentralized finance (DeFi) and dAPPs use cases.
The problem of centralized infrastructure is that it is centralized controlled and no way to select and validate by end users. The biggest gap is yet to be filled, we look for the network and infrastructure capable of supporting the dAPPs demands with the transformation. The primary concern is the data routing system, the weakness of the current routing system is that it is not controlled by the user but by a centralized group of large corporations.
What concerns us the most is the users often don’t get the best services possible, and the networks don’t take into account the routing decisions that will ensure traffic is being delivered in the fastest way. As such, we need the smart path scanning system to improve latency, packet loss or interrupted connections for enterprise or consumer.
We noticed the problem and aimed to develop the decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) to solve the problem perfectly with the Web3 infrastructure. The technology aims to eliminate bottlenecks and address the existing limitations by creating autonomous networking with choices and quality validation with mass public involvement. In practice, it replaces the single default
In a nutshell, the telecommunication services have experienced accelerated demand in the past decade. With exponential growth in applications and the penetration of online ordering and automated provisioning services, telecommunication services are being transformed. While buying and selling operations have become more efficient and flexible, service quality is still an unmet concern. DCConnect aims to not only take provisioning to the next level, but to also put in place guarantees of service via a mechanism called Proof of Availability that will solve the quality dispute in business relationships. Under the proposed service validation mechanisms, suppliers are incentivized to maintain the high quality of their offerings. Billing and settlement will also be enhanced by the immutable nature of transactions logging to distributed ledger chain. DCConnect is ambitious to achieve the revolution in the industry by building and developing with the unique decentralized system that benefits everyone in the industry, and ready the best platform for super users to run their telecommunication services .
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