Hivemapper – Host Matching
Get a free Hivemapper Dashcam
How it Works
Follow these steps to become a host today!
Edit and Delete
Find Hivemapper hosts in your area
Access Host Applications
Do you have extra Hivemapper Dashcams you’re trying to deploy? Or do you run a deployment/fleet management company?
You can now find hosts in your area via the HotspotRF Host Matching portal. We allow you to view hosts by area and filter hosts by project, make, model, and mileage! Simply find a host that meets your criteria and get in contact with them!
Host multiple miners
Earn Passive Income!
Our host matching program is unique in that we allow you to apply as a host for multiple different Token Incentivized Physical Infrastructure Projects (TIPIN) with one easy application. Easily add $100’s of passive income/month by becoming a host for multiple different projects!
Currently, we support the following projects:
Frequently Asked Questions
We collect your information via the application above and make it available in our portal for deployment companies to unlock. These companies have excess miners and generally loan it to you for free in exchange for a percentage of the rewards.
Yes! The Hivemapper network is available globally!
Your information will be shared in our map based web application. Your address will never be shared, but the general location will be. Your name, email, and phone number will be made available to deployment companies.
You can view and filter these applications in our Host Matching Portal by clicking here.
Earnings vary quite a bit from month to month, location to location and miles driven. It is hard for us to estimate how much you will earn with a Dashcam.
No, having more than one Dashcam does not make sense in most scenarios. However, if your household has two cars then it could make more sense.
You can view current mapping coverage via the Hivemapper explorer – https://hivemapper.com/explorer
Worry not, it’s still early days! The Hivemapper Network strives to establish a consistently well-covered and up-to-date map. It’s not merely about capturing a map tile once; contributors are encouraged to re-map areas to maintain their freshness. Furthermore, resilience is rewarded in regions. Achieving resilience is a collaborative effort that calls for ongoing contributions from numerous individuals within an area.