LOCAL NETWORKS - ACCESSIBLE GLOBALLY!
Orbis delivers secure, global, decentralized, and open networks of Bluetooth communities that anyone can participate in. Orbis aims to make Bluetooth mesh development easily accessible to third-party developers with implementations such as IoT, crowd-gathered data, digital infrastructure, logistics, and systems management. For consumers, Orbis apps will bring unique functionalities unattainable with conventional WiFi based apps.
ORBIS TOKEN (OBT)
Developers are minted new coins based on app usage to coin cap and consumers are minted coins for being active mobile nodes running the OrbisWeb mobile app. OBT is used to purchase paid apps on the OrbiStore and purchase OrbisProducts.
Secure BLE connections form local networks connected globally via internet. Developers will be able to utilize this network in creating apps such implementing IoT, replacing digital infrastructure, and utilizing crowd-gathered data.
OrbiStore is an application platform open to third-party development, whether utilizing BLE network infrastructure or not. App usage/downloads are implemented via NEO smart contract.
OrbisToken (OBT) will be integral to the use of Orbis and provides benefits to the company, developers, and consumers alike. OrbisToken will be minted to reward both developers for consumer usage of their apps as well as consumers for participation in OrbisWeb. OBT can then be used by consumers to purchase apps on the OrbiStore and likely eventually Orbis products such as stationary nodes.
The Orbis mobile protocol aims to be lightweight and robust to allow for quick relay even in congested bandwidths while producing little interference. Our protocol utilizes Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth Low Energy (hereinafter BLE) requiring Android® 4 or greater to establish and deploy tolerant multihop mesh networks. Orbis powers distributed local networks, making them globally accessible while providing the incentive for both developers and consumers alike to participate. There are countless opportunities to construct openly networked enterprises that disrupt or rather displace traditional centralized models.