MAV100 for Web2 Users

  • What does MAV100 do?
  • Why is MAV100 starting with telecommunications?
  • How are students and skill training programs central to this model?
  • Who are the MAV100 Partners?
  • How does Web3 improve telecommunications?
  • How does The Cooperative Association work as a legal entity?
  • Why are Non-Fungible Tokens(NFTs) a perfect way to represent membership? 
  • What is the MAV100 Mobile Community Cooperative?
  • How does MAV100 expand the network to new communities? 
  • Where does Revenue come from?
  • How do Members receive revenues? 
  • How Does non-custodial staking and liquid staking/delegation work?
  • How can I join? How many Cooperatives can I be a part of? 

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The core purpose of MAV100 is to lower the barriers to entry for building and maintaining key infrastructure so that communities can organically build and own the fundamental structures of a modern community.

MAV100 is a catalyst for community decentralization. We create a legal framework for communities to work within to build and own their own infrastructure. We help students and community members learn skills requisite for building and maintaining community owned infrastructure.  Infrastructure doesn’t just require money to build. It also requires people who are trained with necessary skills to install and maintain it. 

Most people understand how Mobile Cell Networks function on a basic level. They understand Cell Phones, Cell Towers, and Giant Companies that own the network and treat customers rather poorly. When we explain how they as a community can buy, install, and maintain their own mobile cell network people can see the value and are enthusiastic about taking control of this fundamental aspect of our lives

Connectivity is also a gateway for participation in modern society. Right now connectivity is a gateway controlled by giant centralized companies that do no value privacy and do not care about our freedom. There are also people and communities that are unable to access the internet or Mobile Cell networks because of gate keeping and poor infrastructure. Local communities care more about their neighbors than far away Corporations and with the tools available we will more effectively connect the unconnected.

First everyone supports education. Everyone supports teaching students in schools valuable skills. When a student goes to a business in the community and discusses installing a cell phone tower at their location that supports local schools the reaction is universally positive. People cannot say no.

Second and more importantly once the students in the community have the skills to operate and maintain a community owned network. They can teach other students these skills and continue to build social capital. We want to build community fabric through providing skills and meaningful jobs and community ownership.

We are partnered with World Mobile Token. They have given us this space to build a sharing economy. They have built a decentralized network core and are opening up cell spectrum. These investments and breakthroughs make it possible for us to create community owned networks. We have this opportunity now and we need to take it and build our sharing economy.

When your phone connects to a mobile cell network your phone performs a “handshake” with the network. Your phone sends it’s IMSI and IMEI and other account information to the tower and that is piped to the internet and to the network core. These “handshakes” result in your phone being entered into a user session and assigned privileges. This is all done on company servers now. 

On the World Mobile network the same handshake happens but it is handled on an Earth Node. There are 1000 Earth Nodes owned and operated by people like us. MAV100 is an Earth Node Operator. We can’t kick you off. We can’t block you. The Node is open source. The Air Node that is handling your user session is owned by someone else. Every part of the system is owned by different people.  

This is allowing communities to pool resources with us and buy their own networks. People who live in the community know where the dead spots are. Kids in the community learn how to install and maintain the network. Instead of money being sucked out of the community by a giant centralized corporation it is distributed to the hundreds or thousands of community members that invest in and maintain their own network.

Web 3 is going to allow communities to organize and decentralize. 

The MAV100 Mobile Cooperative Association is made up of the MAV100 Seed NFT owners. Each Seed NFT represents one membership in the MAV100 Cooperative association. Costco and Treetop Apple Juice are 2 examples of Cooperative Associations or Membership Based Organizations. This form of legal entities has been around for decades and is perfect for web3 applications. 

  • How does MAV100 expand the network to new communities? 
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  • Where does Revenue come from?
  • How do Members receive revenues? 
  • How Does non-custodial staking and liquid staking/delegation work?
  • How can I join? How many Cooperatives can I be a part of?