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What makes Mogu different: Part three: It pays to use Mogu

By November 21, 2018 No Comments

Mogu is revolutionising the infrastructure of the internet, making the domestic router generate revenue for the home. Part three of four.

Mogu is in the process of changing many things about the internet. While the wholesale change to the technology infrastructure is perhaps the most eye-catching for businesses, from a consumer point of view it’s the change to the ownership of the humble domestic router that is going to have the most impact.

This is the third part of a set of four articles that look at what Mogu has to offer consumers from variety of angles: what Mogu Smart Router does, how it works with Mogu’s distributed server network, our revolutionary pricing structure. and finally, how our smart routers can be distributed for free.

In the last article we discussed what the Mogu Smart Router is doing during the 18 hours of idle time that the average domestic router has each day, how it adds its processing power to our distributed server network (DSN) and carries out data services tasks for our clients. We also looked at how this is achieved without putting any additional risk on the home network.

Making Mogu stand out

But why should we get all the credit for completing client data tasks when it’s my router that’s doing the work, you ask? It’s a fair question, and the answer is that Mogu is not going to take all the credit.

Using the blockchain, our system tracks the activities that each router is involved with and allocates Mogu Tokens to the router users according to their contribution. In short, you are earning Mogu Tokens, a form of cryptocurrency, for activities carried out when your router would otherwise be idle.

There’s a lot of talk about cryptocurrencies and their fluctuating values, but we believe that the Mogu Token is likely to quickly develop into a useful unit of currency that has genuine value. We talk in more detail about this in this article, but the Mogu Token has two consumer types which should help it hold its value:

  1.    Domestic users can use Mogu Tokens to buy goods and services with the growing eco-system of Mogu partners that includes AirAsia and Steam
  2.    Business, government and research communities will need Mogu Tokens to pay for their data tasks

What this means is that consumers being paid for the time that their routers are active on the DSN in a form of currency that is exchangeable for goods and services.

With the best will in the world, routers have never been the most exciting domestic appliance, they simply sit in the corner making our lives more connected, but with a Mogu Smart Router turns the domestic router from something that costs money into something that generates revenue for the home. And it does this without adding to the household bills.

In the final article, we’ll discuss another aspect of the Mogu Smart Router that is likely to make it very attractive: if you like, you can have it for free.

Mogu is a smart router company that is reimagining the infrastructure of the internet. Mogu will shortly be holding its Initial Token Sale. For further details, please follow us @MoguTech or subscribe to updates at www.mogu.io