Ultra-fast 6G internet test reaches 100Gbps speed that’s 500 times faster than 5G

A 6G transmitter has been created that can reach the fastest internet capabilities recorded yet.

The new technology was created by four companies in Japan putting their best qualities forward to achieve the next generation of ultra-fast internet.

6G internet brings completely new advancements to technology and communication
The highest generation of internet right now is 5G and is the current standard

The announcement of the new 6G breakthrough came in a press release on April 11 and the four companies involved include DOCOMO, NTT, NEC, and Fujitsu.

5G internet operates from 6-40 GHz while the new 6G test operated at much higher bands in 100 GHz and 300 GHz. 

The 6G transmitter transferred data at 100 Gbps per second at 100 GHz indoors and 300 GHz outdoors over 328 feet, per the release.

The highest generation of internet right now is 5G and is the current standard. 

Using higher frequency bands allows for much faster internet speeds and is the plan of how to achieve the next generation. 

High-capacity wireless communication is expected to be achieved by exploiting the abundant bandwidth available in the sub-terahertz band from 100 GHz to 300 GHz,” the release said. 

The 6G potential is 500 times faster than the average 5G t-Mobile speeds in the US, according to Statista

Its speed can also be compared to transferring five HD movies wirelessly per second, per Live Science. 

The tech companies have hinted that 6G will allow for groundbreaking new ventures.

This includes extremely high-quality video streaming, better control for self-driving cars, and faster communication.

Some other advancements to look forward to include smoother operation for: Virtual Reality (VR)


*Metaverse applications

*Mixed Reality experiences.

*Fully Automated Vehicles

*Hovercraft and other flying machines

*It will also support brand new technologies like Holographic images and Holographic Communication (seeing g a hologram of the person you are talking to emanate from a phone as an example)

“In the 6G era, when wireless networks are envisioned supporting diverse applications ranging from ultra-HD video streaming to real-time control in autonomous vehicles, as well as increasing communication demands,” the press release said.


Implementing the new high-speed 6G will come with some complications though.

The experts explained completed new devices will need to be made that can handle the high-frequency bands. 

This is because of the large difference between what 5G devices are currently operating at and the high-frequency band 6G would need.

“However, compared to 28 GHz and other millimeter bands used in current 5G systems, the much higher frequencies of the sub-terahertz band will require entirely different wireless devices that are now being developed from scratch,” the press release said. 

To be successful, this effort will need to overcome several key challenges, such as determining the specific performance requirements of wireless devices operating in the sub-terahertz band, and then actually developing such devices.Press Release

“To be successful, this effort will need to overcome several key challenges, such as determining the specific performance requirements of wireless devices operating in the sub-terahertz band, and then actually developing such devices.”

The next move for the four tech companies is to keep working out the kinks and utilizing each company’s strengths to make 6G a reality. 

“Going forward, the four companies will continue to conduct extensive research and development into sub-terahertz telecommunications,” the press release said.

“Leveraging each company’s strengths in various initiatives to contribute to 6G standardization.”

Guide To Blockchain & Tokenization of Assets

This is Dr. Sky Houston with a Max Community Crypto follow-up post-VIP Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) Seminar Series.

Following up with our Max Community Seminar Series on Fourth Industrial Revolution, a concept closely aligned with blockchain has gained huge traction and momentum going into 2024: Asset Tokenization.

This article delves into the intricacies of blockchain, explains the concept of asset tokenization, explores its benefits, discusses use cases, analyzes the associated challenges and risks, delves into the regulatory considerations, outlines technical requirements, and offers guidance on implementing asset tokenization in your business.

Quick Download: Dr. Sky’s Guide to Blockchain & Asset Tokenization

I. Quick Refresher on Blockchain (which I introduced in the Max Community Crypto VIP Seminar Series Fourth Industrial Revolution Episode #1)

Blockchain, the foundational technology behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, functions as a decentralized and distributed ledger system.

Its primary purpose is to meticulously record transactions across numerous computers in a manner that is both highly resistant to tampering and transparent on a Global level across all physical boundaries.

  • Operating on a consensus mechanism, blockchain relies on all network participants to validate and reach a unanimous agreement on the current state of the ledger. This consensus-driven approach eliminates the necessity for intermediaries in the transaction process, heightening security and bolstering participant trust.
  • Blockchain serves as a digital ledger that continuously maintains a record of transactions. These transactions, grouped into blocks, are securely linked chronologically, forming a data chain. The distributed nature of this ledger means that it is replicated across various nodes or computers within a network.
  • As a result, every participant has access to the same ledger, and any alterations or unauthorized changes to the data are virtually impossible due to the consensus mechanism in place. This secure robust system has paved the way for the proliferation of cryptocurrencies and has also found applications in numerous other industries, promising enhanced security and transparency in various domains.

II. How Asset Tokenization Works

Powered by blockchain technology, asset tokenization is a transformative mechanism for translating ownership rights to real-world assets into digital tokens.

  • The initial step involves identifying tangible assets, like real estate, art, or commodities, or intangible, such as stocks and intellectual property, suitable candidates for tokenization.
  • Following asset selection, a digitization process ensues, wherein the asset’s inherent value and ownership particulars are converted into a digital format, setting the stage for a new era of asset management and investment within the digital realm.
  • The next step involves creating tokens on a blockchain platform.
  • These tokens act as digital representations of ownership in the underlying asset.
  • Blockchain technology is pivotal in ensuring the security, transparency, and immutability of accurately representing ownership rights through tokens.
  • These tokens can be enriched with the functionality of smart contracts, enabling the automation of specific actions and conditions linked to the underlying asset.
  • This final step also “connects” each “token” to the Global interconnected “Cloud” 24/7 on demand.

Summary: Asset Tokenization opens the door for seamlessly buying, selling, or trading assets on blockchain-based platforms, offering a Fourth Industrial Revolutionary Level of true scope of open Accessibility and Divisibility on a unprecedented Global level.

IV. Fractional Ownership

  • These tokens fully introduce the concept of fractional ownership, allowing numerous investors to own portions of the asset, thereby democratizing (allocating sharing) investments collectively. 
  • Furthermore, blockchain’s inherent transparency ensures that ownership records and transaction histories are readily accessible and verifiable globally, significantly bolstering trust and minimizing the potential risks of fraudulent activities.
  • Summary: Asset Tokenization represents a significant shift in how we perceive and interact with traditional assets, bringing increased liquidity, accessibility, and efficiency to finance and investment.

V. Top Asset Tokenization Benefits Going Into 2024:

Asset Tokenization offers a myriad of advantages across the globe on a 24/7 digital “Always On” platform:

  • Liquidity Enhancement: Tokenized assets can be traded 24/7, providing increased liquidity compared to traditional assets.
  • Fractional Ownership: Investors can buy fractions of high-value assets, enabling broader participation in investments.
  • Reduced Intermediaries: Tokenization eliminates the need for numerous intermediaries, reducing costs and transaction times.
  • Accessibility: It opens up investment opportunities to a global audience, democratizing finance.
  • Transparency: Blockchain’s immutable ledger ensures transparency and trust in ownership and transaction history.

VI. Use Cases for Asset Tokenization

Asset tokenization finds applications across diverse sectors:

  • Real Estate: Tokenized real estate allows for easy investment in properties, reducing barriers to entry.
  • Art and Collectibles: Tokenization of artwork and collectibles enables fractional ownership and easier trading.
    Venture Capital: Startups can raise funds by tokenizing equity, offering investors liquidity options.
  • Supply Chain: Tracking and verifying the authenticity of products becomes more efficient with tokenized assets.
  • Commodities: Tokenization makes investing in commodities like gold or oil easier.

V. Challenges and Risks of Asset Tokenization

While asset tokenization holds promise, it also faces challenges:

  • Regulatory Uncertainty: Evolving regulations and compliance requirements pose a significant challenge.
  • Security Concerns: The digital nature of tokens makes them vulnerable to cyber threats and hacking.
  • Lack of Standards: The absence of standardized practices can hinder interoperability.
  • Market Adoption: The technology must gain broader acceptance to fulfill its potential.

Understanding Legal and Regulatory Considerations

  • Navigating the legal and regulatory landscape is critical for asset tokenization
  • Securities Laws: Tokens representing ownership may be subject to securities regulations.
  • AML/KYC Requirements: Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance is essential.
  • Taxation: Tax implications vary by jurisdiction and asset type.
  • Privacy: User data protection and privacy regulations must be adhered to.
  • Technical Requirements for Asset Tokenization
  • Successful Asset Tokenization demands specific technical considerations:
  • Blockchain Platform: Choose a suitable blockchain platform based on the use case, like Metallicus (XPR), Stellar (XLM), Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, or Tezos.
  • Smart Contracts: Develop smart contracts to automate the token creation, transfer, and management processes.
  • Interoperability: Ensure compatibility with other blockchain networks and token standards.
  • Scalability: Address scalability concerns to accommodate increasing transaction volumes.

VI. Implementing Asset Tokenization in Your Business

Implementing asset tokenization requires careful planning, preparation and knowledge to truly embrace for the Digital Revolution called the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR):

Identify Assets: Considering legal and market factors, determine which assets to tokenize.
Choose the Blockchain: Select a blockchain platform that aligns with your business needs.
Compliance: Ensure compliance with relevant regulations and enlist legal counsel when necessary.
Token Creation: Develop and deploy smart contracts for token creation and management.
Market Access: List tokens on cryptocurrency exchanges to enable trading.
Security Measures: Implement robust security measures to protect assets and user data.

VII. Dr. Sky Houston’s Final Thoughts & Conclusion

  • Asset tokenization, driven by the capabilities of blockchain technology, stands on the brink of a profound transformation within the financial sector – it is JUST GETTING STARTED beginning 2024.
  • Its potential to democratize investments, enhance liquidity, and simplify transaction processes is poised to disrupt the status quo.
  • Yet, it comes with the imperative task of effectively navigating complex regulatory frameworks, ensuring robust security measures, and surmounting intricate technical challenges.
  • Embracing and comprehending the implications of asset tokenization positions businesses as pioneers of innovation, heralding a paradigm shift across industries and reshaping the concept of ownership in the digital era.
  • Summary: The Digitalization, Blockchain, and “Crypto” Revolution that is part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is just beginning and businesses of all size must prepare now!