Mainframe Blockchain Privacy dApp And Telefonica Partner To Improve Data Security
This week, Mainframe announced that it is partnering with Telefonica to use the latter's innovation branch, called Wayra. Wayra will garnet mainframe, a web 3.0 blockchain platform for the development of decentralized applications (DApps) access to Telefonica's customers and affiliates. Telefonica is among the largest international providers of broadband services. The company is based in Spain.
Primarily, Mainframe will use Wayra to explore solutions for the improvement of data security, user privacy and freedom of users in the telecommunications sector. The motivation behind the sealing of this partnership is the rising need to improve privacy and data security within telecommunication networks. Thus, the role of Mainframe will be to improve on the aforementioned issues by deploying decentralized solutions on the Telefonica network.
According to Mick Hagen, the CEO of Mainframe, the collaboration with Telefonica is perfect because the Telco has continuously shown interest in decentralized solutions that are resistant to censorship and surveillance, especially by bureaucratic authorities. Mick added that they were pleased to be assisting Telefonica in actualizing this goal. He also said that Mainframe will continue towards the creation of solutions that guarantee security, privacy and convenience to all their clients.
Mainframe relies on a distinctive network design that facilities the development of solutions that offer automated and simple control over data, privacy and security. As re result, the potential use cases of Mainframe solutions traverse all sectors of the economy. Regarding this, Kym Andrew, the Chef marketing Officer of Wayra UK, said that they were grateful for the partnership with Mainframe, mainly because the company has a proven and impeccable track record of working with firms in the telecommunications sector.
As mentioned earlier, Telefonica is a renowned brand in the telecommunications sector. The company operates in several countries under various brand names, with the most notable ones being O2, Movistar and Vivo.