The Multiven ICO aims to: Decentralise the global $3 Trillion IT products and services market by launching the Multiven Open Marketplace (MOM) – the world’s first blockchain-based marketplace that will enable everybody to buy and sell new, pre-owned and decommissioned computer and Internet network hardware, software and services on a peer-to-peer basis, without intermediaries, with Multiven Coins (“MultiCoins”) as the sole crypto-currency, powered by smart contracts. The lowered cost of acquiring and operating computers should lead to further node decentralisation into emerging markets in Africa, Asia and Latin America.


Multiven is firmly aligned with the freedom, transparency and socio-economic empowerment that Bitcoin and other public crypto currencies represent and is hereby taking the following steps to secure its future.


Q4 2005

Launch of Multiven Platform.

Q3 2007

First Large Customer – Lucent Technologies.

Q4 2008

Multiven sues Cisco to end its Monopoly of the Internet.

Q3 2010

Cisco Settles Lawsuit by providing Multiven with software and security updates.

Q2 2012

Multiven files new complaint against Cisco with Swiss competition commission.

Q3 2014

Swiss competition commission grants Multiven wishes making all Cisco software transferable.

Q4 2015

Multiven re-locates headquarters to Netherlands.

Q1 2016

First direct Sales office opens in Paris, France.

Q1 2017

Marketplace Development Commences.

Q1 2018

ICO Public Sale.

Q2 2018

Live Monitoring & CyberDefense of Bitcoin et al Nodes Commences. Nodes-in-Orbit (NiO) R&D Commences.

Q3 2018

MOM QA Testing and Security Audit.

Q4 2018

Launch of MOM MVP in Alpha.

Q1 2019

Deployment of Stable version of MOM with ongoing QA Testing. Launch of MOM Wallet.

Q2 2019

Official Launch of MOM Platform and Trading. Map-the-Internet Commences.

Q3 2022

Launch of first 9 Bitcoin Nodes-in-Orbit (NiO).