Qlink aims to build the world’s first decentralized mobile network, which will extend
network coverage, reduce the cost of telecom infrastructures, and reward users for sharing
unused network assets.
This white paper explains the technical architecture of the decentralized mobile network.
By utilizing blockchain technology, Qlink applies digital identities to telecom assets,
repackages those assets, and records the usage footprint of each asset to a distributed
ledger. Additionally, Qlink aims to launch applications designed to allow peer-to-peer
sharing of assets, including Wi-Fi, mobile data access, and enterprise-to-peer SMS.
While improving the efficiency of existing networks, Qlink plans to launch its custom base
stations, including a model suitable for vehicle installation. By utilizing the idle resources of
network equipment, these base stations will allow users to become a part of the cryptoeconomy,
and at the same time create a decentralized solution to cover network black
Qlink has assembled a team of seasoned telecom and blockchain developers, along with
experienced business and marketing professionals. Allen Li, founder of Qlink, previously
founded Youyou Mobile (invested by Alibaba Capital), which is a leading mobile data
distributor in China and Southeast Asia, and has partnered with 40 telecom operators
around the world to provide mobile data services to 6 million customers. Qlink’s R&D team
has spent last four years working for Youyou Mobile, and developed the company’s first
virtual SIM card bank.
The Qlink ecosystem is supported by the Qlink token (QLC). QLC is the utility token used to
settle every transaction on the Qlink network, functioning as a cryptocurrency to measure
the value of assets and content.
Qlink will begin issuing QIink tokens (QLC) in November 2017. Through the QLC token sale,
Qlink aims to raise the equivalent of USD$15,000,000 in ETH and NEO. The total supply of
QLC is six hundred million tokens (600,000,000).