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June 23, 2018, 03:26:32 AM
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Admin...  should this post be in some other board?

First, I'm a newbie here, only started studying crypto stuff less than a week ago.
Got interested in it after finding Privatix.io, which uses a blockchain platform for P2P network sharing of unused bandwidth.  Sounds like a TERRIFIC concept.

Wow.  In this week, I've also found several other websites that allegedly do about the same thing, like substratum.net and mysterium.network and orchid.com and sentinelgroup.io .

Anybody here has studied these companies/websites?  I'm not really interested in the INVESTMENT side of this; moreso in USING the service.
But I'd guess that only ONE of the companies will come out on top, as the Leader in the concept, so their coins would probably appreciate more.  That would be nice.
WHERE can I find info comparing these projects?
Do you think it is a viable / workable concept?
Pros and cons of each service?
Do you know of any other projects / websites that offer a similar thing?

Any advice?  Thanks, people.
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June 23, 2018, 05:24:52 AM
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You can move this this topic to Altcoin discussion.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=67.0

I just took a glimpse , The first working product will be available at Q2 2019  as per their Roadmap. Whatever the company you mentioned in your post , none of them have any working product. Only substratum has some beta version product.

As long as product is not developed it is hard to comment because there are number of examples when Dev abandoned the projects or they turned out scam.

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