The Base Transceiver Station in Yan Yao, Thailand (photo was taken during setup before it was fully operational, hence the still disconnected power)


As the cryptocurrency world begins to wake up once again, Vulcano is excited to share a further development of one of the projects they have been pursuing all through the bear market.

Previously, Vulcano has shared the news that they signed a research partnership with Rajamangala University in Thailand. Several weeks ago, they also released news that the Seismic Sensing Network under development had entered the testing and telemetry phase of research. Today, they share the milestone that they have successfully managed the transmission of seismic data from their deployed sensor unit in Nang Buat, Thailand, over a distance of ten kilometers to the Base Transceiver Unit in Yan Yao, Thailand. This is one more milestone in the development of physical sensor packages designed specifically to interact with the $VULC Blockchain.

Google Earth imagery showing the locations of the Base Transceiver Unit and Seismic Sensor Network Node.

The next step will be to deploy a broader test network of multiple sensing units around an active seismic zone to calibrate these sensors and develop the software needed to interpret and combine the data they return. While a location for this testing has not yet been full determined, several locations are being discussed.

— Mount Papandayan in Bandung, Indonesia

— Santorini in Greece

— Stromboli in Italy

— Kilauea in Hawaii (United States)

Vulcano will continue to research and build, regardless of the conditions of the market.

Vulcano is a cryptocurrency project focused on using blockchain technology and research to redefine the fields of sustainability and renewable energy. You can find out more by going to or by joining their Discord.


By Jason “Bitbender” Brink

I am a blockchain and distributed ledger evangelist and feel that we are at a watershed moment of global change due to the advent of new technologies. $VULC