Will Dent Token go up in 2022?

 Will Dent Token go up in 2022?

Image Logo of Dent token
Image Logo of Dent token | Image source : Dentwireless

Judging by the current Dent price trajectory, it is expected that the currency will increase in value in the coming years. According to experts, the platform is currently being developed according to plan. The goal of the Dent coin is to become a global cryptocurrency that will reduce the expensive routing costs that telecom providers deal with. The Dent eSim will help manage mobile traffic and mobile advertising. 

Beyond the Dent price prediction made back in 2020, only Digital Coin Price prediction has updated its information, and according to them, the price will increase to $0.01069032. This means a significant increase from its current price at $0.00602833 and the projected coin price from 2021 at 0.00906444. 

What is Dent Token 

DENT Wireless LTD, based in Hong Kong, was founded in 2014 when Tero Katajainen decided to develop an automated Forex market system with built-in risk management functions. Based on his ideas and experience, we developed the DENT Marketplace to allow tokenizing of Telco Assets and buying and selling of mobile data packages, Voice minutes and more.

In 2017, the other founders joined Tero in the adventure and built a team to develop bring DENT products and services to the world.

How it's work 

Worldwide data with eSIM and the liberalization of mobile data.

Our vision is to be the first global and truly digital operator that provides worldwide access to mobile data without using outdated SIM cards. The eSIM technology is growing in importance and will be the standard for mobile data.

As a part of this mobile data liberalization we also created a global marketplace using blockchain technology, where everyone on this planet has the opportunity to buy and sell mobile data and voice packages. With this platform we want to disrupt the complicated, fragmented telco industry.

We are striving to liberalize the market of mobile data, while creating new opportunities for telcos too.

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