Why Blockchain?

Blockchain technology is designed to be financially inclusive thanks to its decentralized nature. There ought not to be any central organization controlling individual access to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.

Before Talketh, a person was required to have a credit (or debit) card and/or a bank account in order to use digital payments to purchase call credit using PayPal or iTunes etc. Being unbanked meant that digital payments were not available to you.

The unbanked were previously not able to contribute to the explosive growth in Internet telephony... that is, until Talketh!

For Talketh to make Internet telephone calls a reality for the unbanked, a new cellular-optimized technology was required to ensure high-quality Internet calls could be delivered on legacy cellular Internet connections; especially those found in emerging economies.


Talketh is a fully developed smartphone calling app designed for the 1.8 billion smartphones stuck on older mobile networks unable to handle free voice over IP calls from higher bandwidth services such as Skype or WhatsApp.

Talketh delivers high-quality phone calls to mobiles and landlines at a fraction of the cost of a regular cell-phone call.

Our apps frictionless blockchain on-boarding means a credit/debit card is not required to purchase call credit.

Talketh call-credit can be paid for with the following cryptocurrencies:

Users in certain regions can also top-up with a Talketh scratch-card. And, finally, those fortunate enough to have a credit/debit card can use Apple's in-app purchases or use PayPal on Android to purchase Talketh call-credit.

Did you know?

Talketh has invested $18.634M in "Horizon software" research and products since 2012, 10-K (page F-15)

We're an experienced team of 10 developers and an ex-NASDAQ CEO at the helm.

Our product is live and available for download.

Talketh accepts BAT Brave Rewards as call credit and Talketh scratch cards are ready for distribution.


We aim to become the number one calling app for emerging markets.

We accept BATs as call credit thereby enabling billions of unbanked users to pay for affordable call credit inside Talketh.

We plan to distribute our scratch-cards throughout Latin America, Africa and South East Asia.


Basic Attention Token "BAT" is a new system that values user attention inside the Brave.com Internet browser. It rewards and protects the user, while giving better conversion to advertisers and a higher yield to publishers.

BAT delivers a blockchain token as value that can be exchanged by Brave.com users for services and, just like Talketh, it all happens on the Ethereum blockchain.

BATs are paid out based on a users attention, which is really just focused mental engagement, and can be used to pay for phone calls on the Talketh platform.


The XRP Ledger is a decentralized cryptographic ledger, powered by a network of peer-to-peer servers, that is home to the XRP cryptocurrency known as ripple.

Talketh operates a native XRP interface that allows XRP to be redeemed for call-credit. Any user in the online ripple community can pay for call-credit using their XRP cryptocurrency.

XRP is also gaining a broader online community through Web Monetization platforms and content-creator services like Coil.

XRP further expands its utility through ledger integrations such as Interledger, and now Talketh is here to offer another great retail utility for XRP hodlers to avail of.


Dogecoin, DOGE, was introduced as a "joke currency" in December 2013 and quickly developed its own online community.

Dogecoin had a fast initial coin production schedule with 100 billion coins in circulation by mid-2015, and an additional 5.256 billion coins every year thereafter.

Talketh is one of the very few mainstream commercial applications that provides value for Dogecoin in the form of affordable phone calls. So, when Dogecoin is used as an Internet tipping system, those tipped-contributors can now get real value from their Reddit, Discord and other social media engagements, a real win-win for the platform and the contributor.


Litecoin, LTC, was an early bitcoin spinoff that started in October 2011.

The Litecoin network went live on October 13, 2011 and, compared with Bitcoin, has a decreased block generation time (2.5 minutes) and a maximum of 84 million coins.

Talketh is one of the very few mainstream commercial applications that provides a true retail utility value for Litecoin in the form of affordable phone calls.

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