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The Internet is the global communication platform that enables all humans to connect,
share and transact freely across the world.
In the simplest of terms, the Internet is the ‘thing’ that connects us to everything and
The Internet comprises of software-driven networked switches, routers, firewalls, servers
and storage hardware that switch, route, protect and store all our voice, video, text and
blockchain data from our smartphones, tablets and computers intelligently across the
The Internet is also the infrastructure that connects all blockchain nodes, and upon
which all blockchain traffic traverses. Accordingly, its availability, reliability and security
to all cryptocurrencies and decentralised applications cannot be over-emphasised.
Therefore, it can be concluded that:
Without the Internet, there is no Blockchain;
Without Internet-connected computers called “Nodes”, that relay, validate and
This white paper explores:
How Multiven intends to cyber-defend and help secure the future of Bitcoin and
other public cryptocurrencies by ensuring that “centralization attacks”, malicious
and other forms of network and non-network-based cyberattacks
will less likely succeed;
How Multiven intends to disrupt the entire $3 Trillion per annum worldwide
Information Technology market, starting with the $600 Billion per year computer
networking equipment market by creating the world’s first blockchain-based, peer-
to-peer marketplace for new, pre-owned and re-cycled computer and Internet
network hardware, software and services. The secondary goal of this marketplace is
to make Bitcoin node hardware more affordable for less affluent people in emerging
markets which will lead to further decentralization;
How Multiven intends to Map-the-Internet and back-it-up onto the blockchain so that
it can be restored sho...
“Hardware vendors (and their Governments)
have significant control over Bitcoin. A
competent backdoor could be extremely
difficult to detect and [could] act as a kill
switch for hashing power, allowing the
network to be killed outright or putting
Bitcoin under the control of a single actor.”
a Bitcoin core developer
Founded in 2005 by Peter Alfred-Adekeye (Cisco Systems’ former Technical Leader for
IOS, the software that runs 75% of the Internet infrastructure), Multiven is today, the
world’s first and only, apolitical provider of decentralized software integrity maintenance
and cyber-defense services for all the Internet Protocol-enabled devices (routers, servers,
switches, firewalls etc.) that make up the global Internet network infrastructure.
The Company’s services are powered by a combination of a global community of an
elite team of 1200 Internet network experts, security researchers, cryptographers and
distinguished engineers in 55 countries, called “Pingsta” and a proprietary Artificial-
Intelligence engine called mySolvr.
In order to maintain its financial independence and thus political neutrality, Multiven has
In order to simplify and eliminate costly intermediaries in the centralised, monopolised
and silo-ed telecommunications equipment global marketplace ecosystem, Multiven
is creating the world’s first Blockchain-based open marketplace, powered by smart
contracts, that enables the world to buy and sell new, pre-owned and re-cycled computing
and Internet network hardware, software and services, directly on a peer-to-peer basis.
The /bitnodes.21.co map shown below confirms that there are only a handful of active
Bitcoin nodes in Africa, Latin America and South East Asia. This is no doubt due to the
high cost of acquiring and operating computers in emerging economies. Our hope is that
the vastly reduced cost of purchasing node hardware, amongst other types of computing
equipment, via the Multiven marketplace will lead to greater decentralisation.
II. INTERNET & BLOCKCHAIN
The Internet is a gl...
there are 8.4 Billion devices connected to the Internet today, of
which, less than 12,000 nodes make up the Bitcoin network and about 23,000 nodes
make up the Ethereum Network.
A Blockchain is a continuously growing list of records stored in computer memory
blocks, that are chained and secured together, using cryptography.
Each block contains a cryptographic hash pointer as a link to a previous block, a
timestamp and transaction data.
For use as a distributed ledger, a Blockchain is typically managed by a peer-to-peer
network of computers called Nodes, that relay, validate and record transactions onto
memory blocks. Specifically, mining nodes validate transactions, add them to the
block they are building, and then broadcast the completed block to all other nodes.
Once recorded, the data in any given block cannot be altered retroactively without the
alteration of all subsequ...
a new, or one of the several now publicly available vulnerabilities, to systematically
centralize Bitcoin nodes within their country/countries/area of jurisdiction, so they could
seize control of it and regulate or discredit it, or worse yet, shut it down.
In order to maintain the decentralized nature of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other public
Blockchain cryptocurrency networks, it is imperative to proactively monitor and defend all
participating nodes and their connected Internet gateways from cyberattacks that could
either knock them and/or their directly connected next-hop Internet gateway Customer
Premise Equipment (“CPE”) e.g. a switch or router, offline or overwhelm them with high
interrupt level activity that leads to resource starvation and incapacitates them from
processing Blockchain traffic or respond to inter-node messages in a timely manner.
In the interest of security, we will not be detailing further, all the possible network-
based centralisation at...
“Internet routing has become far too
centralized. Not just a reliability problem; it
is a security vulnerability”
inventor of Smart Contracts and BitGold
Nov 7, 2017
Launch of Multiven Platform.
First Large Customer – Lucent Technologies.
Multiven sues Cisco to end its Monopoly of the Internet.
Cisco Settles Lawsuit by providing Multiven with software and security updates.
Multiven files new complaint against Cisco with Swiss competition commission.
Swiss competition commission grants Multiven wishes making all Cisco software transferable.
Multiven re-locates headquarters to Netherlands.
First direct Sales office opens in Paris, France.
Marketplace Development Commences.
ICO Public Sale.
Live Monitoring & CyberDefense of Bitcoin et al Nodes Commences.
Nodes-in-Orbit (NiO) R&D Commences.
Nodes-in-Orbit (NiO) R&D Commences.
MOM QA Testing and Security Audit.
Launch of MOM MVP in Alpha.
Deployment of Stable version of MOM with ongoing QA Testing.
Launch of MOM Wallet.
Launch of MOM Wallet.
Official Launch of MOM Platform and Trading.
Launch of first 9 Bitcoin Nodes-in-Orbit (NiO).