One Innovative Company is Getting Recognized as the Next Internet Superhighway And Wall Street is Starting to Notice
A Breakthrough Revolutionary Network has been created and Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) is producing the Internet boom of tomorrow, Network 2.0, the Internet of Things.
Welcome to the Dawn of a New Age.
The Internet is growing at digital warp speed. Businesses are trying to keep up. Customer Expectations are mounting. And innovative technologies are vital to this growth. An IoT (Internet of Things) Revolution is taking place….
According to ZDNet, The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, collecting and sharing data. As the internet grows, it’s becoming highly congested. Some might even say it’s archaic and unstable. Ever try to stream your favorite show on Netflix and the system either lags or crashes? The problem is too many people are streaming Netflix at once. Ever site there hitting REFRESH over and over again trying to get your Facebook or Instagram page to load up? It ‘s not Kim Kardashian “breaking the internet.” There is a serious issue. A bandwidth Bottleneck is Throttling the Internet. Without a new or disruptive technology, the information highway may grind to a halt.
: to cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way : to interrupt the normal progress or activity of (something)
In business, disruption refers to significant changes occurring within an industry, often at a fast pace—changes that redefine the norm, disturbing accepted ways of thinking and doing business.
Gopher Protocol (OTC QB: GOPH) makes this possible. Trading at just under $2.00, this is potentially like owning a Google or Cisco at its infancy. Companies which have changed the face of the internet are in a select pool. Early investors have made millions. If you’re wondering just how Gopher can fit into this category, let me tell you why.
All IoT devices are not created equal. Aside from simple things like a Fitbit or Garmin, there are refrigerator sensors, robotics, autonomous automobiles, even items with varied priorities. A heart or blood glucose level monitor may not use a lot of bandwidth compared to an in-car entertainment system, but it can literally mean a matter of life or death. Responsibility for maintaining connectivity and service quality for these devices falls directly onto the communications service provider.
Analysts predict that the number of connected devices will grow from 23 Billion devices in 2018 to as many as 75 BILLION by the year 2025 – in only 7 short years! We’re already seeing it engage every aspect of the digital economy, and unlock enormous benefits for a range of sectors, from agriculture to automotive.
Each day, more and more ‘things’ become connected. Sensors, mobile devices, digital services and broadband networks dramatically increase the volume, velocity and variety of data navigating the archaic network infrastructure. Transaction volumes are mounting. Improving end-user experience, and service delivery assurance are essential for the growth and success of IoT.
With its unique and proprietary platform, – Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) – is in an attractive spot to become a leader in this high growth industry.
GOPH develops Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technology. Their system contemplates the creation of a global network. They recently filed for a patent on its next-generation Mesh network. The Mesh system hardware has been thoroughly tested and it performed successfully. They have completed the Decentralized MESH architecture design and they’re now moving into the implementation phase which is the final electronic system build.
A wireless mesh network is a communications network made up of radio nodes (telephones or other connected devices) organized in a mesh topology (random dispersion across a given area). MESH refers to rich interconnection among devices or nodes. Wireless mesh networks typically consist of mesh clients (users) and gateways (internet access points).
This new network is as radical a departure from the old “series of tubes” as the first one was from the old brick-and-mortar world. Before the ‘90s, computers couldn’t talk to each other. In GOPH’s world, theoretically billions of devices are in constant communication without straining the system: everything from dog collars to smart cars.
And while GOPH’s network embraces the wireless communications infrastructure that’s already on the ground, it doesn’t rely on it. The system is open to RADIO. Everything is right there on the chip. You can get a signal anywhere in the world – from the deserts of the Sahara to the peak of Mount Everest. Don’t believe us? Listen to the CEO explain this technological marvel.
Experts agree that the IoT NEEDS its own networks. It’s become such a necessity that entire countries are now launching their own networks.
Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) has that new network!
If a self-driving vehicle loses its connection when you’re driving down a mountain, you might be going over that cliff. Without a signal, the car can’t call for help. Even the GPS won’t work correctly if the satellite maps don’t match up.
Gopher believes its tracking technology is superior to the current GPS technology.
According to a Research and Markets Survey, the GPS Tracking Device Market is expected to reach $2.89 Billion by 2023.
So if you can’t get a cell connection on that mountain road, what’s going to happen in a few years when your expensive new smart car with no steering wheel or brake drops off Internet 1.0? Unless you’re on a next-generation network like what GOPH has developed, you’re stuck . . . or worse.
Even the powerful 5G network won’t carry enough bandwidth for the cars of tomorrow. What happens if your smart HOUSE loses the feed? You can get locked in your own home. Your appliances won’t work. Your food will spoil. Heck, maybe the smart toilet won’t flush. This is a crappy situation (pun intended).
Let’s face it. The network is highly congested and each new device adds to the problem and reduces performance. It’s already a surplus of data. Addressing this issue requires the same kind of thinking which built Internet 1.0 in the first place – and created the initial wave of Internet Billionaires. Imagine being on the forefront of that technological revolution.
Here is your chance to get in front of the curve for once.
GOPH has tested its system and the results were incredible. When devices found empty slots on an existing network, they hummed along fine. But when the network was full or too far away, they flipped modes and started relying on each other to send and receive the data they needed.
Translate that to cars. A car on the network zips ahead like the best dream of Google and Tesla. Go off the grid and that same car would otherwise be stuck. GOPH chips tell the car to find the nearest smart device to boost its “signal” and stay connected. Scatter enough tiny little devices in the data dead zones (think highway mile markers) and you’ll never drop out again.
There’s a VIDEO of management from GOPH and Uber competitor LYFT discussing what needs to happen. This internet revolution is in its infancy but its growing rapidly. Consumers are quickly figuring it out.
GOPH is targeting the autonomous driving market and fintech space for additional expansion. Using their proprietary tracking technology, Gopher can focus on Autonomous car safety research by testing its MESH network. The MESH technology is based on AI and deep learning approach which allows cars to learn on their own while communicating with other vehicles. This includes sharing road conditions, obstacles, weather and other safety information among cars. All vehicles which are part of the network can share info simultaneously, enabling real-time decision making. According to Variant Market Research, the global self-driving car market is expected to reach $20 billion by 2024.
GOPH stands to be a winner. They’ve got the right man for the job with Danny Rittman as CTO. There are many ways to monetize this technology. Gopher is not content to just sit still and get bought for their proprietary system or even license it out to the highest bidder.
GOPH is not a household name like Apple or Amazon. They are a radical and novel company which can change the world. They started at the ground floor. Unlike billion-dollar “unicorns” like Uber, the most recent funding round was a meager $2 million. It’s enough to get started.
Perhaps you’ve heard of something called the blockchain. Computers working together to solve ridiculously hard problems in order to create uncrackable “currency,” tighter data security, you name it. GOPH has entered the space. This is an ideal marriage as security is a real IoT concern.
You don’t want smart cars getting hacked at 100 miles an hour. You don’t want smart houses opening up to crooks. Blockchain locks it all down. GOPH can support those data locks on its network, so even if a device drops off the traditional Web it can still tell the difference between its authorized owner and a hacker.
Everyone from Goldman Sachs to Donald Trump and the White House is committed to Blockchain. GOPH is pursuing Blockchain based Smart Contracts to find new solutions in underserved Latin America. This is a humongous niche where GOPH’s network can make a huge difference.
Did your dog or cat run away? Unless they have a phone and can dial it with their paws, you’re not going to get a call. But with a Guardian Pet Tracker – GOPH collar – the chip makes the call without needing a separate wireless address or password.
According to Grand View Research, the global pet wearable market is expected to reach $2.36 billion by 2022. A National Humane Society report states that nearly 10 million pets are lost each year in the US alone. Identification and tracking applications account for majority of the pet wearable market. It is estimated that by 2024, owners will increase their spending on pets by 55% in countries such as the US Canada, UK, Germany and Australia.
These are all amazing demonstrations of how GOPH is the old Internet on the equivalent of steroids. You can go far off the “grid” and stay on the Gopher network. Huge!
GOPH is working to integrate their GopherInsight™ technology to a majority of worldwide mobile devices by 2020. The acquisitions of RWJ Advanced Marketing and ECS Prepaid LLC added $66.6 million in annual revenues in FY16. Gopher believes this acquisition may be a game changer as it significantly boosts the topline and positions GOPH on the path to becoming a cash flow positive company.
ECS PrePaid’s core platform generated $32 million in revenue.
GOPH intends to capitalize on the marketing infrastructure of RWJ and ECS to roll out its line of proprietary products and technology, essentially filling a void left by PayPal’s closure of their services last year.
Can GOPHER share price appreciate over 200%?
Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) recently received coverage from Analysts at Research Firm
See Thru Equity with a potential price target of $4.84. If Gopher trades at that price, it would represent over a 200% move to the upside from recent levels of $1.50’s.
Led by an experienced, visionary management team, Gopher Protocol is launching an aggressive growth plan for the immediate future. See Thru Equity predicted revenue of $83.8 Million for 2018, compared with $47.0 Million in 2017. If that figure comes to fruition, it would represent growth of over 78%!
These all add up to the $4.84 price projection. We have barely scratched the surface in what could easily become a ‘90s-style ramp to glory. Internet 1.0 is quickly disintegrating.
GOPH is Internet 2.0. They’ve successfully completed the trial runs. They’re the exclusive license for proprietary technology. And Wall Street is just starting to notice. But this time around, we’re ahead of the curve.
Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) is an under-the-radar company offering a high-upside opportunity! These are highly compelling reasons for smart-money investors to take action before the window of opportunity closes.
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