NEW PROJECT ON THE ALGORAND BLOCKCHAIN: WAYRU! WAYRU IS a PRETTY DOPE DEFI!

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NEW PROJECT ON THE ALGORAND BLOCKCHAIN: WAYRU! WAYRU IS a PRETTY DOPE DEFI!

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12 thoughts on “NEW PROJECT ON THE ALGORAND BLOCKCHAIN: WAYRU! WAYRU IS a PRETTY DOPE DEFI!”

  1. Adam, would you ever invest in a project if it sounded good but was only in concept stage?

  2. Thanks Adam for helping us spread the word! Can't wait to see an unboxing video from you, when Genesis Hotspots ship out! 🔥🚀

  3. I wish I had something better to say about this project, but this is just wrong on so many levels, I hardly know where to start. First, lack of internet in third world or even rural areas in the USA is a matter of infrastructure, simply put there's no 'connection' – either no copper/fiber in the ground, or wireless signal one could connect to. I don't see how me putting up a hotspot in the USA would benefit anyone – let alone anyone in the 'third world'. Even then, why would I open up my network to potential abuse and serious consequences, for little to no reward? Any motivated hacker or spammer could abuse my hotspot, chew up my bandwidth, and land me in potentially legal hot water with very little effort. Besides, essentially what this is doing is re-selling bandwidth, and this idea is not new, and ISPs terms of service explicitly forbid such activity in their terms of service – they don't like it when someone wants to re-sell their bandwidth – most ISP's have datacaps now anyways. I've read the project description on Wayru's website, and nowhere do I see any mention of security concerns or risks for the operator of a Wayru hotspot.

    Other statements on the Wayru website are just plain naive , and extremely uninformed, such as this one:
    "While the average cost per GB in Latam is over $3/GB, Wayru's goal is to bring it down to 50¢/GB, to start."

    As someone who's intimately familiar with the LATAM internet infrastructure, I know that the relatively high prices are a result of a lack of infrastructure, not some arbitrary high prices being set by ISPs. Any reduction in price would have to be preceded by building more infrastructure, and expanding capacity, all of which costs a lot of money. If anything, the Wayru approach would drive up prices, since more users and more bandwidth consumed would spike peering and transit fees for any particular ISP/Network operator. The problem with LATAM is limited infrastructure and capacity, and putting pressure on already strained resources in LATAM by illegally re-selling bandwidth is going to do nothing except get hot-spot operators shut down, and/or drive up cost for ISPs which they will pass on to the customer.

    I could go on and on, suffice it to say – this is utter crap, and exactly the kind of project nobody needs or wants. Putting on a bunch of rogue hotspots that explicitly violate most ISPs terms of service and re-sells their bandwidth is NOT 'de-centralized internet'.

  4. UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS CLOWN HE ONLY PUSHES THIS CRAP BECAUSE HE GOT PAID TO DO SO. LOL DONT BUY THESE PROJECTS TRUST ME I KNOW ADAM HES SKEEZY AND BEEN BACKHANDED SINCE SCHOOL..

  5. I wonder how well Wayru could partner and/or complement Algorands Nigerian projects

  6. Algorand keeps delivering that heat! I actually feel very good about buying as prices keep dipping.

  7. Interesting project, but after being burned with plante watch I will wait.

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