Next Generation Blockchain-Powered Payment Platform For Social Media
Mulierum is a completely decentralized and autonomous platform driven by a global and open-source community. The advanced Blockchain-based platform will help social media platforms process payments promptly via smart contracts at a minimal rate eliminating any third party. Mulierum believes to uplift secure transactions, enhanced transparency and a unified payout system.
We work to help content creators and distributors earn high income from social media networks with a very low-commission making Mulierum the world’s lowest fee transfer platform.
The platform uses its own ERC-20 token DIVA, to enhance the platform’s growth facilitates users to exchange fiat currencies, make transactions seamlessly and instantly.
Highly Secured Mulierum Wallet
Easy and fast Payment Management
Robust Token Management
Safe & Secure
Safe & Secure
Encrypted And Private
Encrypted And Private System
KYC Verification System
1 Oct, 2021
15 Nov, 2021
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Whitepaper - IEO
Development Start - Version 1.0
Staking Develoment - Version 2.0
AppDevolopment - Version 1.0
Closed Beta - Public Beta
Go Live MVP - Registration
Go Live 2.0 - First Pre-Sale
Second Pre-Sale - Version 2.1
Start Staking - Version 2.1
First Quarter 2022
Meetings With Social Media Platforms - Listing On Exchange Platforms
Second Quarter 2022
Social Media Platforms Agreement And Integration
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Mulierum offers the world's lowest transfer fees. To enjoy this, you need to hold the DIVA token.
Created with the new generation Blockchain technology developed by Mulierum, DIVA promises you a fixed and predictable low transfer cost.
You do not have to complain like many other users about the challenges of making money from social media platforms.
You can earn your income without paying high commissions for money transfers. With the DIVA token, parties can also exchange fiat currency into DIVA and vice versa.
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Get rewarded up to %5 DIVA for every friend you refer to the Mulierum.com
No referral limits - You can refer as many friends as you want; you and your friends will each be rewarded upon meeting the requirements.
Bonus credited instantly - Referrer and Referee* will receive their bonuses immediately once all conditions are met.
EARN DIVA TOGETHER !!!
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Enjoy the future of social media today. Get the Mulierum wallet. Sign up on Mulierum now!
Content creators and publishers can now enjoy higher income from social media companies, thanks to Mulierum. The next-generation blockchain-powered payment platform eliminates high commissions and deductions through decentralization.
Mulierum's robust wallet system allows you to transfer funds from their social media accounts to other accounts.
With Mulierum Wallet, you will generate a new address on the Ethereum main net, view DIVA balances, and send transactions to other wallets.
Other functionalities include viewing transactions and pending releases, viewing and staking deposits in the network, creating payment requests, and displaying them as QR (Quick Response) codes.
The Mulierum wallet delivers a responsive mobile UI/UX for both Android and iOS devices. Leveraging Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), the wallet system has robust security allowing you to authenticate yourself via different methods.
You also get a seamless currency conversion system that is affordable and instant, plus a full range of localized payment services.
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Technological evolution is going in our direction, especially in the life streaming ecosystem. This has been a main focus of Mulierum founders from day one.
Now, having being able to connect future technological and financial developments, it time we peel back the curtains and bring you into the DIVA powered ecosystem.
In the Mulierum Ambassador Program, we need you. But who else is better to have on board than you? We know that you are always there.
You understand the enormous potential of the Mulierum project and how it will help millions of digital content creators and publishers like you earn massively.
The Mulierum Ambassador Program gives you a chance to be part of the future of the live publishing ecosystem.
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Tolga KUCUKALICTO / Developer
Emre BILGACCOO / Developer
Rami MAHFOUDHead of International Relations Division
Ozlem SECKINERHead of PR and Marketing Division
Oylum DOGUSProject Director
Alex LEEProject Coordinator
Our advisors and board members are great part of our team.
Ron GlabischnigGeneral manager, Coindexin
Stefan ZakrissonLegal Advisor, TokenWiz Project
Moises TeareManaging Director, ICOCrypto
Michiel BerendeInsurance Lead & Financial Advisor
Noack WaylonEcosystem Manager & DevOps Engineer
Tobias DaltonMember of the Oparation Board
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Below We’Ve Provided Some Details. If You Have Any Other Questions, Please Get In Touch.
What are cryptocurrencies?
This is a seemingly simple question, but since most people answer about what they think, hope, or want cryptocurrencies to be, it is a confusing one. Cryptocurrencies are a digital asset that started as a medium of exchange for people to buy goods and services. Over time, their functionality has expanded.
Beyond a method for payment, what are other functions of cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrency value can be pegged to underlying asset such as U.S. dollar, central bank digital currencies, privacy coins (senders and receivers are anonymous), governance tokens (gives owners the right to vote in decisions regarding blockchain’s future development), utility tokens, and non-fungible tokens (distinct characteristics from all others). This is from a developer/development side. Of course, there are also investors and speculators who are hoping for appreciation. It is very important you know the intent and functionality of cryptocurrency you own or are considering owning.
How are cryptocurrency transactions recorded?
Cryptocurrency transactions are recorded on a shared, digital ledger called a blockchain. This is decentralized technology, spread across many computers, that records every transaction.
Are blockchain and cryptocurrencies the same?
No. Blockchain is the technology that allows for cryptocurrencies to work. It is a decentralized and digital ledger of transactions used for cryptocurrencies and other assets/functions. It is important to separate the technology behind cryptocurrencies from the actual cryptocurrencies.
What is an Initial Coin Offering (‘ICO’)?
An Initial Coin Offering, or an ‘ICO’ is a way of raising money. The money is raised by selling a new type of ‘coin’, ‘virtual currency’ or ‘token’ (for ease, this document will use the word token). The money raised by selling tokens could then be used by the persons raising the money for many different purposes. ICOs may also be called ‘token sales’, ‘coin sales’ or something similar.
How do I pay for an ICO?
A common similarity among all ICOs is the issuance of new token in exchange for money, for another cryptocurrency (such as Bitcoin) or in exchange for goods or services.
What is the money raised from ICOs used for?
Each ICO is different. Some ICOs have set plans for the money received, which is often to develop software or games. However, sometimes the purpose is not known in advance.
What rights do buyers of tokens get?
There are many ICOs and they all vary dramatically. Sometimes buyers might get an opportunity to use software or goods at a discounted rate, in other cases buyers get no rights or benefits at all. It is very important to understand, before purchasing, what rights you are entitled to and how you can exercise your rights. Remember; if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
If I purchase a token or coin, is my money protected by any schemes?
No – your money is not protected. You should be prepared for the fact that you might lose all of the money you use for the purchase. Any money or assets provided to a virtual currency business is not covered by any compensation scheme, and not subject to any protections afforded by the Isle of Man Financial Ombudsman Scheme. If you wish to purchase tokens as part of an ICO, particularly if this is with the hope of growing the value of your money, you should be fully aware of the risks, and you should conduct your own research. You should only purchase tokens if you have suitable experience, you are confident in the quality of the ICO project and you are prepared to lose all the money that you paid for the tokens.
What Is Mulierum?
Mulierum Is, Next Generation Blockchain-Powered Payment Platform For Social Media
What Is The Referral Program?
Your Friends Get DIVA Tokens With Your Referral Link And You Get Bonus DIVA
Which Blockchain Is Mulierum Built On?
Will DIVA Token Be Listed On The Exchange Market?
Yes, DIVA Token Will Be Listed On Exchange Markets After New Year.
Is The Mulierum Project Safe?
Yes, Mulierum Project Has Passed The Security Audit, So It's Security Has Been Verified.
Do I Have To Make KYC Verification?
Yes, KYC Verification Is Mandatory Both For You And Mulierum Project.
What does the FSA “oversee” about the business?
Businesses which are subject to registration under the Designated Businesses (Registration and Oversight) Act 2015 (‘Designated Businesses’), such as virtual currency businesses, are required to comply with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism legislation. The FSA only oversees whether Designated Businesses comply with Anti-Money Laundering laws. The FSA does not supervise or regulate a registered Designated Business in the same way that it supervises and regulates regulated entities such as banks or life insurance companies. Regulated entities are subject to a wide range of requirements governing treatment of client money, conduct of business and solvency. These requirements do not apply to Designated Businesses. It is important to note that a Designated Business is not a regulated entity and must not hold out that it is anything but a registered Designated Business which is overseen only for compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism legislation.
Where a business is “registered” with the FSA as a Designated Business, what requirements are imposed on such a business?
In summary, the law requires that the Designated Business must identify, and take reasonable steps to verify, the identity of their customers, including the beneficial owners of the customers and any persons who are empowered to act on their customers’ behalf. The law also requires that they monitor the transactions and activity of their customers on an ongoing basis.
Does the FSA vet Designated Businesses or the directors of a Designated Businesses?
When a Designated Business applies for registration, the FSA will assess its integrity and the integrity of that applicant’s controllers (owners) and the directors. The FSA is not empowered to assess the competence or professional conduct of Designated Businesses, nor does it examine or vet the business model of any Designated Business.
Can I make a complaint to the FSA about an ICO business?
The FSA’s functions in respect of Designated Businesses extend only to overseeing their compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism legislation and guidance. If the matter you wish to complain about relates to potential money laundering or terrorist financing issues, then, and only then, can a complaint be made using the FSA’s published process. The FSA does not have the legal power to investigate complaints about any other matters to do with ICOs or any other Designated Businesses, such as poor service, mishandling of client money or assets.
If I come across an ICO business, should I report this to the FSA?
If the business is operating in or from the Island and that business is not registered under the Designated Businesses (Registration and Oversight) Act 2015, then this should be reported to the FSA at [email protected]. A link to the FSA’s register of all registered designated businesses can be found here at FSA Register Search. However, if you suspect that an ICO is a scam, this should be reported to the Office of Fair Trading. Further information and advice on scams in general can be found under the ‘Consumer Advice’ section on the OFT’s website Isle of Man Office of Fair Trading.