World Domination? What Mainstream Media Has Missed About 5G

What Mainstream media has missed about the 5G Evolution and world domination

I’m sure you’re strongly aware of the ongoing discussion of 5G that the mainstream media has been discussing over the past few months.

But in true One Road fashion, we intended to dive deeper — are there hidden truths behind the 5G race, particularly as nations such as China and the US have been pushing to commercialize the technology as soon as possible?

The answer we came to It is not what you hear from your local and international news outlets…

Let’s take a step back for a second.

I imagine that you already know the fundamentals of blockchain and its ability to revolutionize many fields, including logistics, trade, retail, and finance.

The adoption of 5G, and resulting faster internet, will act as a force multiplier alongside the development tech-based technologies such as blockchain technology.

The impact? When these two technologies combine, global trade can be conducted at much higher speed and in a more secured manner comparing to traditional trading.

Don’t forget, up to 90% of world trade relies on trade finance instruments and infrastructure. Just as a healthy road and highway system allows the US to efficiently transport goods across the country, the ability to successfully implement and control key future infrastructure technologies will provide a country with massive advantages over others in communication and global trading.

In today’s era of economic warfare and soft power, this serves to improve one’s political position on world stage.

And China has been spending billions of dollars on researching these key technologies in order to compete with the U.S. as the world dominant superpower, reinforced by the ambitious Made in China 2025 plan.

The U.S. will not allow this to happen, with its own 5G development scheduled to roll out this year.

As this idea and technology develops, I’ll continue to update you on the impact of these emerging technologies and the continued US-China contention that continues to evolve.

Stay tuned for more.

Peter Pham