Dabba in Hindi = Box in English
The Dabba network is a low-cost, fast, decentralised wireless network that is owned and operated by its users.
Deploying a large-scale telecom network is a capital, technology and labour-intensive job. While traditional telecommunications providers have established functional networks and offer connectivity services, this achievement has relied heavily on subsidies and governmental support.
These centralised networks are subject to monopolization by a select group of entities. The world needs a secure, affordable, scalable and decentralised wireless communications network that is built, owned, and operated by its users.
Recent DeWi initiatives have demonstrated that crypto-enabled incentives coupled with a decentralised governance model can be harnessed to revolutionise the development and operation of physical world communications networks.
The Dabba network uses a token incentivized protocol with the objective of driving capital into decentralized connectivity projects. The network’s success hinges on its capacity to provide reliable, fast, and cost-effective connectivity through its decentralised Dabba installations, thereby positively impacting the lives of millions while promoting community ownership of the connectivity infrastructure.
Ultimately, the Dabba Network aims to contribute to social and economic development by providing a cheaper supply of internet bandwidth to consumers and promoting sustainable connectivity solutions for the public good.