Ammbr, a new company which has designed a platform for providing free, decentralized internet access, will collaborate with Rivetz to grant its users access to the advanced options for protection of personal information offered by the Rivetz platform. In addition to advanced multifactor identification, the Rivetz Trust structure will be used to develop Ammbr’s platform for identity authentication.
Additionally, the two companies will test out the use of a decentralized exchange that will support the payment for Ammbr services using Rivetz tokens (RvT). The Rivetz Trusted App will also be used to strengthen Ammbr client applications against the theft of crypto tokens.
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The collaboration marks a synergistic expansion in capabilities and services from both companies. Steven Sprague, founder and CEO of Rivetz, said: “Our mission at Rivetz is to improve security at the device level, and we’re happy to be partnering with Ammbr to support stronger protection and authentication. We are excited to work with Ammbr to support a great use of the blockchain and bring internet access to new markets.”
Ammbr is very directly carrying out Ethereum’s vision for ‘Web III’ with its decentralized mesh network that is aiming to provide free wireless internet access to the 4.1 billion people in the world who live without it. According to Ammbr’s website, “bandwidth is traded 24/7 in an autonomous market” on the Ammbr platform.
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Nodes (computers) on the Ammbr network are responsible for “wifi mining” that will provide a public internet connection to the miner’s local community. The nodes will then receive rewards in the form of crypto tokens. The Ammbr network has not yet been launched; its ICO will occur on November 14.
Rivetz is a new company that has integrated blockchain into device security. Essentially, Rivetz creates a virtual ‘vault’ inside of your device that is completely separate from the device’s operating system. The digital vault, powered by RvT tokens, can be used to hold important personal information (e.g. passwords and crypto private keys).
The collaboration between these two companies will benefit both ends. Ammbr users will have easy access to the security offered by the Rivetz platform, and Rivetz’s token value will increase as a result of integration into the Ammbr platform. Sounds like the beginning of a beautiful relationship.