BEOS Completes Its First Trans-Pacific JourneysteemCreated with Sketch.

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Lana and her husband just completed their 30 day cruise running a BEOS node. Here's the route data, color coded for when they were in international waters.

Coming into Vancouver

Note the route color change as we left international waters.

Trip overview - where we had connectivity

Final leg to Canada

So we pretty much demonstrated that at most latitudes we've got satellite connectivity to the BEOS network.

Currently a BEOS node with 5 peers consumes about 2.6 kbps down and less than 1 kbps up. This is easily handled by Royal Caribbean's high speed 10 mbps network.

Stay tuned when I check it out in the Atlantic Bermuda Triangle on my cruise with Bytemaster and family next month.

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"Stay tuned when I check it out in the Atlantic Bermuda Triangle on my cruise with Bytemaster and family next month."

-Stan Larimer-

Michael and Lana smiling about the future for bitshares that Stan is envisioning to them (last year, in Greece). Now it is unfolding before our eyes!

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This is really wonderful. Congratulations

Thanks for sharing the outstandingly good news, @stan.

Congratulations on the completion of this important "proof of concept" experiment!

And much appreciation to Lana and her husband for their role in carrying it out. <3

😄😇😄

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Stan, Thanks for this update. Going to use it to convince a few more of friends to jump on the BEOS Bandwagon.

U ok @stan? Haven't heard anything in a while.