No. PocketQubes will be launched into a low orbit, meaning they will rapidly decay and burn up in the Earth's atmosphere. PocketQubes could actually be one of the solutions to the problem.
We know a few people in the space industry who have great de-orbit technology but just cannot figure out how to get it flown. Either it is too expensive or they don’t know the right people or some other reason.
Many great de-orbit ideas stay just that, ideas. The labs are full of super-innovative ways to clean up the junk, but maybe flying the concepts on a PocketQube would be the best proof of concept available.
If it works, scale it up. It is better to fly a Sputnik, than to build a hubble that never flies.