Back in 1908, in the Tunguska region of Siberia, there was a mysterious light that came down from the sky and reportedly destroyed plots of land.
There are theorists who believe the beam came from Nikola Tesla, who was trying to transmit electricity wirelessly.
Tesla never did figure out how to harness wireless electricity.
But his dream lives on today…
You see, there's one tiny firm in Silicon Valley that just received approval from the FCC for a device that has the potential to change the way you live.
We're calling this the "Tunguska Explosion" market, and it could reach $37.2 billion in just the next few years alone, according to Allied Market Research.
Once this new technology gets incorporated into restaurants, hotels, airports, coffee shops, and even entire cities… it could become a trillion-dollar business…
In fact, the top minds in Asia are planning on how to introduce this technology into Shenzhen, a metropolis with a huge population of 11 million people.
This device is the only one of its kind approved for sale by the FCC, and the company that invented it could see astronomical growth in a very short period of time.