The Bartr Ecosystem is being developed as the required evolution for Global Telecoms (starting with wholesale markets) and creating a more accessible, robust, transparent, unified and overall fairer global playing field for all Telecom service and network resource owners and users.
'Rain Man' Routing dApp
Built on top of the Bartr Protocol Ethereum-based Blockchain, and utilising the Ethereum Virtual Machine, the “Rain Man” dApp is being developed as a decentralised switching and routing module for global Telecommunications networks.
Open Source and user-customisable, Rain Man dApp is a market making engine that ingests price and quality data from sellers of network access and resources and provides customised and automated optimisation matching between all network resource owners.
The development incorporates heuristic algorithms that inform adaptive machine learning protocols. Over time a global routing table based on pricing and quality data regularly provided by participating nodes will be recorded and updated on the Blockchain, allowing API access to “routing-as-a-service” functionality.
'Rain Man' Heuristic Algorithms
A self-governing set of smart contracts to agree optimal pricing based on full market transparency.
Heuristics may reside off-chain as an independent oracle to the Blockchain smart contract.
The full implementation will enable granular network agnostic data capture across all global Telecommunications network infrastructure. This will provide new data as the basis for valuable analytics insight that can then be utilised by network resource owners for more efficient pricing and resource provisioning and utilisation strategies and models.
Global Decentralised Exchange ('GDEX') dApp for Telecom Markets
The development of the GDEX dApp provides a global online trading venue for network resources owners, network resource consumers and non-Telecoms speculators (investors) to participate in global telecom markets for the first time.
The GDEX dApp is informed by the underlying transactional and pricing activity being reported and recorded in the ledger via Bartr Protocol, and allows participants to execute anonymous peer-to-peer transactions without the need for centralised trusted third- party exchange.
Implementation of GDEX dApp module will introduce substantial social and financial liquidity allowing network resource owners to unlock billions of dollars in latent value currently trapped in redundant and siloed network infrastructure and licensed spectrum capacity.
The GDEX will also enable the creation of abstract financial instruments to facilitate hedging and speculation for Telecommunications market participants.