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Milestones and metrics

3air milestones and metrics

We put a lot of thought and planning into 3air to make it a successful long-term project. Please note that the below is subject to change due to business, economic and other circumstances.

Roadmap and milestones

November 2020

  • Initial idea

January – March 2021

  • Idea development
  • Strategic partnerships

April 2021

  • K3 cooperation agreement

May 2021

  • Core team selected
  • First market analysis

June - September 2021

  • White paper
  • Business plan
  • Marketing plan
  • Second market analysis
  • Seed funding acquired

October 2021

  • Private sale start
  • Start of community building

November 2021

  • Public sale start

Q1 2022

  • Moving to SKALE chain
  • TGE

Q2 2022

  • IDO completed and all funding acquired
  • First DEX listing
  • Start of infrastructure building in Ethiopia

Q3 2022

  • Platform beta testing
  • Tier 2 CEX listing

Q4 2022

  • 3air platform V1 launch
  • Fist 3air platform users
  • Tier 1 exchange listing
  • Operational in Ethiopia

2023 - 2025

  • Microloans
  • Service tokenization
  • IoT platform
  • Bandwidth distribution through blockchain
  • Roaming through blockchain
  • Full microloans implementation
  • 3M users

In cooperation with K3 we are aiming to provide infrastructure and services to new locations every 4 months (depending on funding) with the following plan:

  • Ethiopia,
  • DRC,
  • Nigeria,
  • Congo Brazzaville,
  • Ivory Coast,
  • Ghana,
  • Sudan,
  • Mozambique,
  • Zimbabwe,
  • Kenya,
  • Senegal.

Metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

KPIs are a must to help guide projects towards scalability and sustainability. They measure efficiency and must be constantly updated. They also need to be evolving, adapting, and growing with the project. These are by no means the final KPIs 3air will use.


  • New clients signed.
  • Revenue per client.
  • Total platform users.

Customer support:

  • Number of tickets created.
  • Open and solved tickets.
  • Average ticket closing time.
  • Average reply time.


  • Media coverage.
  • Social media following.


  • Downtime.
  • Codebase code coverage %.
  • Code commits.
  • Sprint and release burndown.

There are other metrics we will follow to track the efficacy of implemented services. For instance, fraud events prevalence, bandwidth usage distribution, OPEX changes and general customer satisfaction.