Founded in Palo Alto, California in 2005, Multiven describes itself as a provider of independent and decentralized software integrity maintenance and cyber-defense services for blockchain nodes and hardware that make up the world’s Internet networks. Multiven is tokenising its existing business by developing the Multiven Open Marketplace (MOM), a blockchain-based marketplace for the global $4 Trillion IT hardware, software, and services Industry.
Multiven intends to disrupt the existing electronic commerce industry with the MOM, a blockchain-based, decentralized, peer-to-peer marketplace where people can buy and sell new, pre-owned, and recycled computer and networking hardware like phones, laptops, servers, routers, and firewalls, and also trade software licenses and services using smart contracts.
All transactions on the MOM ecosystem will be carried out solely with Multiven’s own ERC-20 compliant token, the MultiCoin (MTCN).
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|Withdrawal fee||1930 MTCN|
|Symbol||Min amount||Max amount||Min cost||Max cost||State|
|MTCN / XBASE||0 MTCN||0 MTCN||0 XBASE||0 XBASE||Delisted|
|MTCN / BTC||0 MTCN||0 MTCN||0 BTC||0 BTC||Delisted|
|MTCN / ETH||1000 MTCN||200000000 MTCN||0.006 ETH||1000 ETH||Delisted|
|MTCN / EUR||0 MTCN||0 MTCN||0 EUR||0 EUR||Delisted|
|MTCN / EBASE||1000 MTCN||200000000 MTCN||1 EBASE||200000 EBASE||Trading|