INTRODUCING WICRYPT BUSINESS
Take advantage of our Wicrypt routers and tools that enable you to create a profitable business from reselling your internet data. You can now buy large quantity of internet data and offer it to numerous users at a location for a cheaper tariff while you earn per GB for data consumed.
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You can now share your Wicrypt Credit (WC) with your family and friends wherever they are in the world through your Wicrypt app. Why would you want to share your data? Because in 2020, data is life. Anyone you share Wicrypt credit (WC) with will receive a notification and be able to access any Wicrypt device.
It's so easy. Simply click on the Share WC button in your app and enter the amount and email address of the user you're sharing to.
The amazing features to stay connected
You can now connect your router to Wicrypt and have several users connect and pay for your Wi-Fi network.
A user has the freedom of setting his price per gigabyte of data consumed.
Wicrypt has an inbuilt wallet that verifies the beneficiary has enough Wicrypt Credit(WC) to start using the service.
It leverages the blockchain and allows users to receive payments per gigabyte(GB) of their wifi data consumed by a beneficiary.
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" A crypto startup providing wifi hotspot sharing services in Nigeria has won funding from the country’s telecom regulator. Wicrypt placed second among 25 tech companies... "
" Nigeria Communication Commission, NCC, recently released its final list of 25 technological innovators at a three-day Innovation Competition and Exhibition. A blockchain startup WiCrypt... "
" Wicrypt weighs blockchain technology to “allow users to receive payments per megabyte of their wifi data consumed by a beneficiary.The app also has... "
" The Nigerian Communications Commission, the nation’s telecom regulator, has invested 2 million nairas or around $5,500 in blockchain startup Wicrypt... "
" Nigeria Communication Commission, NCC, recently released its final list of 25 technological innovators at a three-day Innovation Competition and Exhibition. A blockchain startup WiCrypt came second with a 2 million naira funding... "