How World Mobile works?

Connect the last mile.

Bridge the distance between legacy infrastructure and World Mobile to connect countries. Earn rewards for the traffic processed through your AetherNode.

Power the network.

EarthNodes are defined as the processors of the core logic of the World Mobile Chain. They function as the brain of the system that interconnects all the other types of nodes and are composed of a number of software modules, communicating through a central module called the Internode API.

Other EarthNode modules provide an authentication layer (Decentralised Identity module), a ledger layer (blockchain module), and a telecommunications layer (telecom module). The Decentralised Identity (DID) module provides the interface to a digital ID solution. In the blockchain module, a distributed ledger records all the transactions that take place on the network.

Unlike AirNodes, EarthNodes do not have any geographical restrictions. This means it is possible to run an EarthNode and support the World Mobile network from anywhere in the world.

Run the network.

An AirNode is what provides end-user access to the World Mobile network for calls and data. AirNodes can include various kinds of hardware (could be a Wi-Fi access point, an aerostat or a tower), as their configuration is determined by the needs of each location.

In remote areas, AirNodes will be run off-grid using a solar power system to keep the network running continuously.




World Mobile is a demand-driven ecosystem built on the sharing economy. The goal of World Mobile is to build the largest mobile network in the world, offering universal, affordable, high-quality connectivity at the lowest price and fastest speed. Currently, they aim to connect the unconnected in Africa and beyond. For World Mobile to accomplish these goals, blockchain is implemented in the telecommunications industry. It reduces Capital Expenditure and lowers prices relative to traditional telecom companies. The reduction of CapEx will facilitate reaching the 4 billion unconnected users. Previously, these users could not be served by the telecom industry. Additionally, WMT enables billions of people to access financial services, education, and commerce worldwide.