The 1990s dot-com revolution changed the world, creating gigantic companies that have made investors extremely happy over the long haul. Amazon. Apple. Microsoft. Google. At a glance, 6% of the global economy is now generated online, by data circulating through networks, cables and wireless connections laid down a few decades ago.
We’re talking about TRILLIONS of dollars the Internet creates every year. If we had a time machine, the opportunity to carve out a little of that wealth for ourselves would be obvious. Imagine buying Apple for the equivalent of $2 a share. Amazon for under $20. Google at $40. Microsoft for less than $1. In all cases, back in the ‘90s their main hyper-growth was still ahead of them. They weren’t the giants we know today.
Of course until we get a working time machine, it’s all hypothetical. These are mature companies now, growing fast but not exponentially. The ‘90s are over. What we have instead are the little companies popping up to create the Internet boom of tomorrow, Network 2.0, the Internet Of Things.
Little companies like Gopher Protocol (OTCMKTS:GOPH). It’s $2 now, roughly where Apple was in the mid-’90s. It just filed for a patent on its next-generation network a few days ago.
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 Gopher’s world, theoretically billions of devices are in constant communication without straining the system: everything from dog collars to smart cars.
And while Gopher’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. They say you can get a signal anywhere. (VIDEO)
It’s a revolutionary opportunity that cuts right through all the bottlenecks and barriers around the modern Internet. You know how signals get cut and download speeds get choppy when too many people are streaming Netflix at once? Add literally MILLIONS of smart appliances and smart cars to the global network and the lag was on track to become unbearable in a very short timeframe.
The venture capital guys say you’re going to need a whole new network to make it happen. A whole build like what we saw in the ‘90s. A massive investment cycle. GOPH has that new network!
Start with the smart cars. If a self-driving vehicle loses its connection when you’re racing down a mountain highway, there’s a good chance you’re going over that cliff. The car can’t call for help. Even the global positioning system (GPS) can get glitchy if the satellite maps don’t match conditions on the ground.
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.
That link up there spells it out right there in the headline. Even a 5G network “probably won’t be good enough” for the cars of tomorrow. And if your smart HOUSE loses the feed, your doors won’t unlock and your food will spoil. Maybe the smart toilet won’t even flush. Disaster!
Every device we add to the network adds to the congestion and reduces peak performance. It’s already an avalanche of data. We can address the problem but it’s going to require big investment and out-of-the-box innovation, the kind of thinking that built Internet 1.0 in the first place and created the first wave of technology billionaires.
GOPH has tested its system and it worked well enough to brag about. 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 the Uber competitor LYFT discussing what needs to happen. Buzz is in the early stages but it’s building. People are slowly figuring this out. We’re moving from pie-in-the-sky science fiction to the reality of making the ideas happen, deciding who wins and who goes nowhere.
GOPH wants to be a winner. They’ve got a brand-new CEO and big plans for how to monetize their technology the fastest, most effective way. They’re not content to just sit still and get bought for their proprietary system or even license it out to the highest bidder.
This is one of those pioneering little companies that wants to change the world. Like Apple. Like Amazon. They started at the ground floor. Unlike billion-dollar “unicorns” like Uber, the most recent funding round was a modest $2 million. It’s enough to fund R&D and maybe bolt on a few little products or gadgets that translate well to the GOPH network.
Start with a little thing you might’ve heard of called the blockchain. Computers working together to solve fiendishly hard problems in order to create uncrackable “currency,” tighter data security, you name it. GOPH is there now. It makes perfect sense because security is a real concern in the Internet Of Things.
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.
Mighty Goldman Sachs is all about the blockchain. GOPH is sewing up whole continents with specific applications where its network can make a huge difference. When Goldman sweeps for opportunities in the space, which $2 stock do you think will come up?
I just saw an analyst set a $4.84 target on GOPH for the immediate future. That’s triple-digit upside right there. And it’s just the next step in what could be a LONG planet-wide journey.
Of course there are even simpler applications to capture first, “proof of concept” if you like. Radio tags that beep on the GOPH network, providing uninterrupted location tracking that beats the best GPS systems for reliability and reach.
Lose a pet? Fluffy doesn’t have a phone, she can’t call back. But with a GOPH collar, the chip makes the call without needing a separate wireless address or password. Seeing inventory “shrinkage” at the store? Chip the merchandise. Want to make sure you won’t get lost hiking? Carry the chip in case your phone fizzles or breaks.
As management says, it can save your life. And it’s an amazing demonstration 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!
That’s a factor in that $4.84 analyst target up there. It’s barely the next phase in what could easily become a ‘90s-style ramp to glory. We don’t have a time machine. Internet 1.0 is already here and looking a little long in the tooth.
GOPH is Internet 2.0. They’ve done the trial runs. They’re the exclusive license for proprietary technology that makes it happen. But this time around, we’re right where we need to be to catch it on the dip.
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