The Venezuelan team is developing a project that allows connection to the Bitcoin blockchain via remote radio waves

The Venezuelan team is developing Locha, a decentralized mesh network that does not rely on the Internet to trade with Bitcoin. Based on radio waves, the system was born in response to Venezuela's frequent power outages and the Internet. The open source project is led by Randy Brito, a member of the Venezuelan Bitcoin organization. The project is developing two devices called Turpial and Harpia that will allow anyone to connect to the Bitcoin blockchain using remote radio waves.