Telecom Meets the Blockchain in Bubbletone

Bubbletone and Allo Incognito have big plans for their collaboration. Using the Bubbletone messenger application, Allo Incognito subscribers can already receive incoming calls anywhere on the globe via an IP channel and pay for local mobile service bundles when traveling. Mobile profiles can be remotely uploaded to their smartphones from participating mobile operators in over 80 countries via Bubbletone's OTA platform, allowing them to make calls from outside their home network at local rates. They also enjoy full encryption over a secure connection, and smart features such as protected chats that disappear after a set period of time and scheduled messaging.

This increased connectivity is just the start, however, as Bubbletone plans to introduce even more improvements with the use of blockchain technology. The goal is to replace the outdated international roaming system with a large blockchain-based infrastructure platform.

According to the project developers, the blockchain will bring benefits to both subscribers and mobile operators. Traveling subscribers can look forward to access to a larger assortment of plans on local networks at local prices. They will also no longer have to go shopping for a new SIM card when they arrive at their destination. On the flip side, the home network will no longer lose the revenue from incoming and outgoing calls, as it does under current roaming arrangements. Operators will also be able to tap into a new revenue stream by offering value-added service packages to their local subscribers through the app.

"The Bubbletone messenger app makes profitable growth possible for mobile operators by reducing costs and increasing traffic," comments Yury Morozov, the founder of Bubbletone. "The app's expanded service coverage turns situations where operators would traditionally lose money into another profit-making opportunity."

Users in the blockchain will be identified through digital identities. This will eliminate the need to perform authentication procedures every time a mobile profile is swapped.

The smart contracts on the platform allow users to receive the data necessary for connection and the operator to receive payment with just a few quick, secure transactions. And users can keep their own phone number. The blockchain also enables high-speed data processing, all of which saves both time and money.

"Creating a blockchain platform for telecom infrastructure is not easy, but the savings to be had by all parties involved compared to traditional roaming will make it worth the effort," remarks Mr. Morozov.

The blockchain component is scheduled for introduction in Q2 2018, but those wishing for an earlier look at the telecom blockchain with the Bubbletone app will have the chance at the Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona in February of 2018. This will be a perfect opportunity for operators considering expanding their coverage via Bubbletone to get acquainted with the product and its capabilities. Negotiations are currently underway with mobile carriers serving over 20 million subscribers.

For the further development and marketing of its innovative system, Bubbletone is currently busy with preparations for its ICO. The company's Universal Mobile Tokens (UMT), which are used to pay transaction processing fees and enable smart contracts to perform transactions on the platform, will be sold during the initial coin offering. The presale began on January 20, 2018, and the ICO itself will start on March 20, 2018.

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