Thanks for sharing this! I think it’s the best explanation of GPS I’ve seen. Unlike GPS, we aren’t dependent on clock synchronization - it’s the two-way communication that validates location and proximity. This is what makes spoofing XYO so much more unlikely, and why, no matter how much GPS improves, there’s still a need for XYO.
We talk a lot about displacing GPS, but there are a lot situations where the XYO Network can make use of GPS data, even though it doesn’t rely on it. GPS data is absolute, and XYO is relative. Geo-dApp developers can use GPS data (or cell data, or other absolute location services) as an added data point, even if it’s not a trustless data point like XYO’s Proof of Origin.