Chain Reaction Host Tom Shaughnessy hosts Frank Mong, the COO of Helium. The two discuss Helium’s plans to grow nodes from ~12K much higher and globally, HIP20 which will hard cap supply while allowing the network to run and future plans of WiFi and 5G. We previously covered Helium in a post in December 2019.
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(1:38) – (First Question) What is Helium Network
(2:50) – Helium’s Incentive Structure
(6:40) – Insights about Helium’s community
(13:39) – HNT and crypto
(21:10) – How do you think people will interact with Helium
(24:28) – Helium now has 12000 nodes
(28:20) – If you want to drive demand you need to have the network available
(29:40) – Global wireless networks
(30:52) – Status of HIP 20
(35:35) – Insights about Helium’s Usage
(39:25) – Incentivizing the community
(42:17) – Helium biggest Risks
(46:42) – Helium, a network that could provide 5G network coverage around the world
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