|Founders 👔||David Gobaud|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
George Town, Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman,
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Number of employees
Mobius Network is a blockchain technology company that allows cryptocurrency payments between existing internet companies and businesses that do not operate using blockchain technology. The company is located in George Town, Grand Cayman  and founded by a team from Stanford University, Harvard University, and the White House Office.
Mobius offers a universal API that allows developers to use blockchain technology features and connect to smart contracts. Mobius offers a cryptocurrency called MOBI, which allows companies to be featured in the Mobius DApp Store
Mobius Network was founded in 2017 and received a $500 thousand investment from Camp One Ventures announced in November 2017.
- Startup Mobius Network launches 'Stripe-like' API for blockchain Access, Barry Levin, November 8, 2017, MarTech Today, retrieved November 24, 2017
- Upcoming ICO: Mobius Raises USD 500k in VC Funding Ahead of Its ICO, Gerelyn Terzo, November 22, 2017, Invezz, retrieved November 24, 2017
- Mobius connects blockchain ecosystem through universal API, Ian Allison, November 3, 2017, International Business Times, retrieved November 24, 2017
- David Gobaud -- Technology and the Law, Conor Ryan, October 30, 2017, US–Ireland Alliance, retrieved November 24, 2017
- What is Blockchain Technology?, Joanna Furlong, November 22, 2017, Business News Daily, retrieved November 24, 2017
- Mobius Network Secures $500K Investment from Camp One Ventures, David Pimental, November 22, 2017, BlockTribue, retrieved November 24, 2017
- Mobius Network Announces $500,000 Investment from Camp One Ventures Prior to ICO, JD Alois, November 21, 2017, Crowdfund Insider, retrieved November 24, 2017
- Camp One Ventures invests $500,000 in Mobius Network ahead of ICO, Kaitlyn Landgraf Bailey, November 20, 2017, Venture Capital Journal, retrieved November 24, 2017
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