MONET brings decentralization and easily scalable blockchains to mobile devices.

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Only a whitepaper

Detailed description

MONET is an open network architecture, materialized by a set of software tools and protocols, designed to address this matter. 

It's  building a free and open-source Software Development Kit (SDK) which enables developers to add blockchain consensus to their applications. It introduces a new paradigm whereby users dynamically join or form local blockchains for the duration of their interaction, and eliminates the need for servers. Ephemeral by nature, these mobile ad hoc networks only exist for the duration of a group’s activity; following this temporary collaboration, participants are not required to stay online to support other users. The SDK implements the Babble consensus system which is particularly suited for mobile deployments due to its low messaging complexity.


The three challenges for mobile P2P applications are:

  • Peer-discovery: Supporting the discovery of local peers in a network where nodes may come and go.
  • Mobility: Maintaining a mapping between identities and public IP ad- dresses as peers roam around and change IP realms.
  • NAT traversal: Working effectively even as nodes are located between multiple layers of NAT.


The MONET Hub is an always on master blockchain that provides infrastructure services for the first applications on the network. It is composed of multiple independent nodes operated by a group of validators engaged in a Proof of Stake consensus mechanism. Each node runs an instance of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) coupled with Babble, where Smart Contracts can be deployed to provide services such as peer-discovery, ID directories, financial ledgers, lightclients for other blockchains, and much more. Each validator also operates STUN and TURN servers to facilitate NAT traversal. 

The Hub is implemented on a blockchain, rather than privately operated servers, because this affirms MONET’s decentralised nature; it is a distributed and faulttolerant network with no single point of failure. Anyone can become a validator on the MONET hub, provided they participate in the consensus algorithm and the Smart Contract layer. Moreover, anyone is free to create their own hub or deploy any other solution to support their applications.


The key components of MONET architecture are:

  • Multiple ephemeral blockchains dynamically formed by users with their mobile devices;
  • Inter-Blockchain Communication, enabling these blockchains to speak to one another;
  • MONET Hub, an always-on network, that provides optional infrastructure services to the first applications and ad hoc blockchains.

Bringing it together:

  1. MONET creates an infrastructure for distributed mobile p2p applications. Its architecture aims to power the sharing economy by bringing blockchains to mobile.
  2. MONET consists of multiple ad hoc blockchains appearing and terminating as applications’ participants interact with each other.
  3. Inter-Blockchain Communication facilitates interoperability between these blockchains.
  4. Finally, the MONET Hub, being an always-on blockchain, allows distributed applications to be jump started with the use of the existing infrastructure services.
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Sale schedule

Round Token Price Bonus Min / Max Purchase Soft Cap Hard Cap
Public sale — Soon
Start Soon
NA No - Uncapped Uncapped
Private Pre-sale — Active
20 Jul 00:00 UTC
NA No - Uncapped Uncapped
  • Team

    • Martin Arrivets photo
      Martin Arrivets
      Co-founder and CEO of Mosaic Networks
    • Giacomo Puri Purini photo
      Giacomo Puri Purini
      Co-founder and CFO of Mosaic Networks
    • Kevin Jones photo
      Kevin Jones
      Software Developer at Mosaic Networks
  • Advisors

    • Mark Stuart Day
    • Mauro Martino
    • Ronan Lynch
    • Abdi Hersi


  • 2018-2020
    Babble SDKs
    • Android + Demo
    • QR Module
    • HTTP-API Module
    • ICE Module
    • Babble library for iOS
  • 2018-2020
    Babble core
    • FastSync
    • Dynamic Participans
    • Weighted Voting
  • 2018-2020
    Monet Hub
    • Testnet
    • POS
    • Peer Discovery + ID Smart Contracts
    • Babble Light Client
    • Tendermint Light Clients
  • 2018-2020
    EVM Babble
    • Blockchain Interface - EVM Lite
    • JS Libraries