MOYA NETWORKS — The internet’s largest and most important

The internet’s largest and most important — and yet unsung — champions are the privately owned submarine cables that orbit the Earth. Land links between cities and cables that run alongside roads and into houses and offices are certainly impressive — and without them we wouldn’t have an internet! — but sinking a cable into the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and even Arctic Oceans requires a billion-dollar logistical feat that requires years to enact.

Submarine cables are just three inches thick, carry just a few optic fibers, and have total capacities of between 40Gbps and 10Tbps, and latencies that are close to the speed of light and just a few milliseconds in duration. To get from Johannesburg to Beijing, packets can traverse Europe, the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean, and finally the South China Sea — or they can hop across the Atlantic, the entirety of continental North America, and then long haul over the Pacific. These cables shouldn’t run out of capacity any time soon, we’re already at the stage where we can send 100Gbps over a single fiber, and graphene optical switches should expand the total capacity of submarine cables (and the terminating routers) into the petabit- and exabitper-second range. — Sebastian Anthony: The secret world of submarine cables.

The Africa Coast to Europe Submarine (ACE) cable began deployment in 2009 in its quest to build a submarine cable 17,000 Kms from Europe to South Africa. In 2012 ACE completed three of its scheduled four segments when the connection from France to Sao Tome & Principe’ began operations. Since 2012 ACE, led by Orange France, has continued to raise funds to complete and build the final segment four to Africa’s largest developed economy, South Africa.

Moya has several contracts in place for the supply of submarine and terrestrial cable capacity. Using submarine capacity contractually obtained from ACE and terrestrial capacity obtained from Broadband Infraco (BBI). Moya will offer a range of lower priced world class Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (“SDH”) and Internet Protocol (“IP”) network transport services that are designed to meet the needs of a wide range of African Internet Service Providers (ISP’s), international carriers, content providers, large multinational businesses and governments.

The Moya product portfolio will focus on the ISP and carrier community and offer enterprise class services for sale directly and through partner channels. Moya has presold the full range of traffic type capacities, including voice, video, data and Internet to customers.


Company 5 Introduction Moya has a proven track record of developing new partnership opportunities as well as adding value to its partner’s businesses. Moya’s founders are seasoned Pan-African ICT professionals, experienced in developing and managing ICT companies that deliver enhanced returns while underpinning Continental development. Providing services for over 9 years, serving the data communications needs of carriers, mobile companies,
marketing operators and government clients across Africa, Moya partners with existing Government and Private Telecommunications Companies bringing its substantial experience to deploy telecommunications services in Africa.

What is a Moya token? 
Moya Token (MTK) issuance will fund the purchase of ACE submarine cable capacity, Ferrestrial fibre capacity and fund the operations of Moya. Moya Token will grant the holder the right to receive 20% of Moya’s profit on an annual basis. Any number of tokens (100%) sold at the end of ICO has a right to receive 20% of the company’s profits on an annual basis. Token Sale 
Moya seeks to raise BTC 6,000, to purchase capacity rights in the Africa Coast to Europe Submarine Cable System (ACE). Moya will sell Moya tokens (MTK) over a 4-week period to the Cryptocurrency community. The Moya Token will be issued on the Ethereum platform. Bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrency will be accepted for purchasing MTK. Investors purchasing Tokens during the token sale will be eligible for bonuses. 
Problem The low Data penetration rate in Africa compared to levels elsewhere clearly indicates the pent-up demand for broadband connectivity. ACE’s entry into the Southern African market is vital to meet this demand. Applications such as Facebook, Skype and Mobile Money have fueled the rapid increase in customer data demand.

The sale of tokens 
Start date: November 15, 2017 12:00 GMT 
End date: January 16, 2018 12:00 GMT 
Distribution: 100 million MTK 
Accepted currencies: BTC, ETH 
Exchange rate Token: 0,04 BTC / 1 ETH = 1,000 MTK 
Number of tokens per person: unlimited 
Minimum transaction amount: 0,0012 BTC / 0,03 ETH 
Maximum transaction amount: unlimited

Week 1–2: 30% Bonus 
Week 3–4: 20% 
Bonus Week 5–6: Bonus 15% 
Week 7–8: Bonus 10% 

Moya Services will offer a number of network services for the synchronous digital hierarchy (“SDH”) and the Internet Protocol (“IP”), which are designed to meet the needs of a wide range of Internet service providers, international carriers, content providers, small, medium, large and multinational enterprises and governments.

Valuation models 
Moya’s wholesale prices will be competitive and affordable for small, medium and large telecommunications companies, governments and enterprises, allowing broadband connections at previously unseen speeds. 
The pricing will vary depending on the volume, duration of the contract, the level of service, the requirements for portability, recovery and protection. 
Moya will place the relevant products and differentiate them by price / performance and service to compete with other products in the relevant market segments. 
This will allow affordable international high-speed connections to meet the needs of the growing voice market, the Internet and data within the Moya imprint.

Technical Support 
The main network operations center (NOC) will be located in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Cape Town will have a small technical office located not far from the ACE shore station.

Round-the-clock support will be provided through NOCs to eliminate any technical difficulties that customers of broadband Internet access may encounter.

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