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Share WiFi with neighbours and the community. Earn tokens.

Price 1 ETH = 2500 AMMBR
Bonus Available
Platform Ethereum
Accepting ETH
Soft cap 15000 ETH
Tokens for sale 0
Country Singapore
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Ammbr’s vision is to build the world’s largest fully decentralised, self‐sustainable, wireless mesh telecommunications network using blockchain technology. Using this network, Ammbr will compliment centralised legacy telecommunications distribution models to provide universal fast Internet access. Backed by a multinational team with deep expertise in digital identity, wireless and blockchain technologies, Ammbr combines technologies to bridge the last‐mile gap that traditional cable and telecom wireless systems handle poorly.

Each Ammbr unit (or node) consists of a core router capable of communicating across a combination of WiFi, Bluetooth®, LoRaWAN™ etc. for broadband and IoT a first for consumer router devices. Additionally, each unit presents computation and storage resources facilitating edge computing applications. This turns a network of Ammbr nodes into a dedicated mesh of micro‐datacenters at the edge of the network, as well as “last mile” connectivity.

The global Ammbr network will be cooperatively owned and operated by the owners of Ammbr wireless routers, offering users high‐speed, low‐cost internet access wherever they are within range of any Ammbr router. Each Ammbr mesh network node supports a hardware‐based blockchain infrastructure, and will communicate, and reach consensus with, other Ammbr nodes to maintain the integrity of the Ammbr blockchain. With this capability, an Ammbr network can be used to support wallet‐oriented micropayment systems, secure contracts, and securely manage transactions. The broader the Ammbr network, the more robust these abilities.


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Derick Smith
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Benny Pang
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Rakesh Rajagopal

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Jim Lanshe
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Karthik Iyer
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Shidan Gouran

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Gary Cheung
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Jeff Pulver
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Dr. Arjuna Sathiaseelan

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Pr. Jean-Jacques Quisquater
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Dr. Wim Booyse
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Matthew Dooley

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Dr. Michelle Booysen
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Kurt Cagle
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Dean Bubley

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MJ Fick
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Kirem Rahmani
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Kyong Pak

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Kaustuv Ghosh
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Ankur Patel
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Jurie Pieterse

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Jason Aspinall
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Manoj Cherooparambil
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Fon Allan Duke

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David Stempels
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Pieter van Ysseldijk
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John Hooks

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Richard Kastelein
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Leigh Flounders
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Steven Sprague

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Saurabh Mutha


  1. October 2018
    Early trials
  2. Q4 2017
    Crowdsale start
  3. November 2017
    Mining chip development starts
  4. January 2018
    Multi-band chip development starts LTE-U testing
  5. March 2018
    FPGA field testing concensus protocol
  6. April 2018
    Multi-band protocol trials
  7. September 2018
    Series 1 Ammbr Mesh router
  8. October 2018
    Market roll-out
  9. December 2018
    Mining chip production starts
  10. October 2019
    Series 2 Ammbr Mesh router


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Rated on 2018-10-10

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