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goTenna Launches ‘In The Mesh,’ the World’s First Decentralization-Focused Publication

Creators of the world’s largest mesh communications network introduce daily content from top voices in the space, bringing up-to-date insights on decentralization to the masses


BROOKLYN, NY -- goTenna, the mesh networking company that creates decentralized connectivity to enable communications independent of traditional communications systems, is proud to announce the launch of the editorially independent In The Mesh, an online magazine featuring interviews with innovators, original reporting, and expert op-eds on the most talked-about issues driving decentralization in technology and society at-large. To read In The Mesh now, visit

The company is committed to offering an editorially rigorous, non-promotional hub of information for anyone interested in learning about and discussing the broader decentralization movement through storytelling that invites readers to think about ways that this often complex subject could impact their life or the lives of others.

The first issue of In The Mesh features a variety of stories including one about Dolly Parton’s My People Fund which pioneered a novel disaster response approach in the wake of a Tennessee wildfire; an interview with Ellen Pao of Project Include on the effectiveness of #metoo; and an innovative bottom-up approach to local news in the rural mountains of Armenia. In The Mesh is edited by Eamon O’Connor.

“Decentralization will play a critical part in reimagining a new future, in everything from how we communicate, to healthcare, to our food supply. Through goTenna’s work in mesh networking, I realized there wasn’t an outlet dedicated to asking important questions and telling novel stories about the decentralization zeitgeist. As a former journalist I thought we might be able to support the creation of such a publication  to educate anyone interested in the issues -- moral, ethical, political, financial -- that surround the decentralization conversation, and that’s why we launched In The Mesh,” stated Daniela Perdomo, co-founder and CEO of goTenna. “In the wake of the cryptocurrency craze, ‘decentralization’ is being used more as a buzzword than anything else, one that is jargonized to the point of being meaningless to most people. We plan to bring to light both leading thinkers and underexposed voices and become the go-to place for content on this timely topic.”

In The Mesh also features a “Leaderless Library” where readers can contribute additional content, as well as a philanthropic section, ”#MeshforMesh,” dedicated to supporting a new decentralization-related campaign on a regular basis. The first such campaign is aimed at saving the Pando aspen grove, the most massive living organism on Earth and a symbol of sustainability and interconnectedness.

About goTenna: Based in Brooklyn, goTenna is a protocol company powering the most powerful, people-powered decentralized mesh network that enables connectivity independent of top-down traditional communications systems. goTenna was co-founded by siblings Daniela and Jorge Perdomo, whose vision to create resilient, people-powered connectivity ignited during Hurricane Sandy when up to a third of cell towers and power stations were knocked out. The company is backed by notable investors like Union Square Ventures, Walden Venture Capital, MentorTech Ventures, BBG Ventures (a subsidiary of Verizon), and Bloomberg Beta. For more information visit



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