Dabba’s Decentralized Mission: Connecting India With 100,000 Devices

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Written By Maya Cantina
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March 2024 marks a significant milestone for the decentralized wireless venture Dabba as it embarks on its Season 2 campaign, setting a target to roll out over 100,000 Dabba Lite devices across India by year’s end. The company’s initial offering, consisting of 1,000 networking devices, sold out rapidly during its Season 1 launch, signaling a high demand for affordable and accessible internet in the region.

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Dabba’s initiative aligns with India’s pressing need for broadband expansion. Despite being home to 1.43 billion people, India’s broadband penetration remains low, with only a fraction of its population having access to Wi-Fi internet. As the nation strives to close the digital divide, Dabba’s decentralized physical network (DePIN) emerges as a critical solution.

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The enterprise’s network already shows promising data consumption figures, with approximately 90-100 TB of paid data per month. This consumption highlights the burgeoning need for the Solana project’s services and the Dabba token’s role in facilitating a more scalable internet infrastructure.

Collaborating with over 150,000 Local Cable operators (LCOs), Dabba plans to significantly boost its subscriber count, potentially increasing it tenfold. This expansion will not only extend the Dabba network’s reach but also fortify its position as an industry forerunner in decentralized wireless and Wi-Fi networks.

The ingenuity of Dabba lies in its decentralized physical infrastructure network, inviting hotspot owners to become part of a broader movement. After purchasing innovative router hardware, users can choose an LCO to install the device and begin earning Dabba token rewards based on data consumption by hotspot users. The strategy is to deploy hotspots in locations with a proven willingness to pay for connectivity.

Amid a scenario where data demand in India has doubled every five years, outpacing current network capacities, Dabba’s model is poised to offer more affordable broadband services. The model also taps into the country’s burgeoning crypto enthusiasm, leveraging the significant inflow of crypto value.

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