Mayfair 101 backs Liven ICO, bringing crypto-payments to Food & Beverage and beyond
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Mayfair 101 backs Liven ICO, bringing crypto-payments to Food & Beverage and beyond

Updated: Nov 28, 2019

William Wong and Grace Wong, Co-founders of Mayfair 101 portfolio company Liven, speak about the company's impending Initial Coin Offering (ICO).


Liven is an app-based payment network that offers customers rewards for each dollar spent, and provides companies with useful data. Currently it is focused on the food and beverage sector (F&B), with near-term plans to expand into areas like retail.


The ICO will enable Liven to create its own network currency called Liven Coin, an ERC-20 token, and take its blockchain-based technology global.