Our Vision

Ultimate Digits is a public good, a basic piece of the digital payments infrastructure that belongs to the community.

Ultimate Digits is a protocol that simplifies crypto payments for retail users. The long-term vision of our project is to become a Web3 super app that simplifies crypto asset transactions and establishes phone numbers as the primary identifier for Web3 utilities. We make crypto transactions more accessible by using phone numbers as crypto wallet addresses, similar to how UPI (Unified Payments Interface) simplified banking transactions in India.

To achieve this vision, we have a strategic plan in place:

  1. Launch Web3 phone numbers as NFTs, initially targeting existing Web3 users who understand the concept.

  2. Encourage existing Web3 users to invite their non-Web3 friends into the ecosystem through referral programs, leveraging network effects.

  3. Onboard Web2 users by offering simplified peer-to-peer transfers, transaction notifications, self-custodial wallets linked to phone numbers, and multi-factor authentication.

  4. Introduce decentralized VOIP as a feature that appeals to both Web3 and Web2 users and begin monetization, leveraging skeuomorphism design philosophy.

  5. Continuously add new features such as decentralized P2P messaging.

  6. Invite and empower other developers to build applications on our protocol, transitioning from a product to a platform, and ultimately becoming a super app (payments, decentralized VOIP, messaging, notifications, and more).

Through these steps, we expect to establish Ultimate Digits as the default Web2.5 standard for Web3 transactions and utilities, making crypto assets more accessible and simplifying life for existing Web3 users and newcomers.

We’ll succeed by building a better user experience for existing and new retail Web3 users:

1. Simplification of p2p crypto asset transfers and payments

2. Convenient Web3 transaction notifications

3. Censorship-resistant, spam-free decentralized telephony. With this, we’ll do for telephony what ENS did for domains.

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