Decentralizing data from the middle out

Our company specializes in Decentralized Data, Data compression, Blockchain Technologies, Smart Contracts, Distributed Ledger Technology, and Hot Dog Forensics.


A revolutionary, one of it’s kind, never before seen, utility token for people.  Designed to represent the computing power of the Pied Piper network, it is becoming a symbol of freedom, of power, against the Hooli’s of this world.

It has survived eviction, verges of bankruptcy, insults, syndicate television, and more.

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What and How PPC Works

The revolutionized data distribution

Open Source Audit-able transaction

1 Trillion $ Market 3% Market Share Target

T2 Million Users Target after ICO


Welcome to the internet.  Wait, why am I watching a video advertisement. Go away.  I just want to watch cat videos.  Damnit.

Welcome…to, the new internet. All your data aggregated by the flashy homepages of your favorite sites like Hooli™ and other evil corporations out to hoard and sell your most personal data.

What was designed to be the liberation of mankind has has turned into a money-hungry monster feasting on our privacy and freedom.  Yes, we’r talking about the internet and crypto. Both.


An autonomous, decentralized, peer-to-peer network featuring distributed storage powered by universal compression, accelerated scheduling allocation, and end-to-end encryption. Safe, secure, private, and personal.

Put even simpler — it’s the internet, completely decentralized.

Token Sale

$PPC Crypto token will be released exclusively to users of PIPERnet.  PPC offers full compatibility with third-party services such as wallets, exchanges
payment gateways, and provides easy-to-use integration with unparalleled privacy.

TBD: Q2 2018
Number of tokens for sale
9,000,000 PPC (9%)
TBD: Q3 2018
Tokens exchange rate
1 ETH = 6500 PPC, 1 BTC = 19400 PPC
Acceptable currencies
ETH, BTC, LTC (contact us to list your coin)
Minimal transaction amount
10 ETH/ 1 BTC/ 100 LTC

Distribution of $PPC tokens

Use Of Proceeds

  • 25% Branding and Marketing
  • 20% Core Piper Net Development
  • 20% Legal & Financial
  • 15% IT Infastructure
  • 10% Bounty & Overhead
  • 5% Management

Road Map

January 2014
Start of the Pied Piper Dream.
July 2014
Acquisition of Pied Piper by Peter Gregory
September 2014
Joined Erlich Bachman's incubator
November 2014
Present at TechCrunch Disrupt
January 2015
Raviga Capital withdraws offer
May 2015
Funding from Russ Hanneman
July 2015
Hooli vs Pied Piper lawsuit is ruled in Pied Piper's favor
September 2015
Raviga buys out Hanneman's stake in Pied Piper
November 2015
Richard from the CEO position of Pied Piper
January 2016
Richard reinstated as CEO.
March 2016
Contract engineers hired from around the world to construct Pied Piper application platform
May 2016
Sieres B Funding Discussions
July 2016
Erlich and Big Head buy control of Pied Piper
September 2016
Video chat application spin up
January 2017
Richard steps down as CEO of Pied Piper
March 2017
Start of a decentralized, peer-to-peer internet.
July 2017
Partnership with FGI, an insurance company.
September 2017
Funded by Bream–Hall.
January 2018
Pied Piper team gets new offices and hires a large team of coders.
March 2018
Jared promoted to be the new chief operating officer for Pied Piper
May 2018
Monica joins Pied Piper Team to being ICO planning
September 2018
Priority opening for Token holder
November 2018
Launch of mobile Apps
January 2019
Start of the ICO Token Platform Development.
March 2019
Launch of new mobile app ecosystem
July 2019
Secure large partnerships
September 2019
Buy Teslas
November 2019
Launch of PIPERnet 2.0
January 2020
Develop TV show about Pied Piper
March 2020
Integrate new hardware devices
July 2020
Partnership with AI for data centralization
September 2020
Sell all hodlings as skynet appears to have been birthed
November 2020
Begin development of interstellar travel...

The Team

Meet the Pipers

Frequently Asked Question

PPC is the digital token representing the computing power of the PIPERnet.

Before Pied Piper envisioned a new internet, it was a simple app to detect infringement of music copyrights – a side project of lowly Hooli employee Richard Hendricks. But buried within this consumer-facing service was something much more valuable: a world-beating compression algorithm.
Once others caught wind of the promise of his algorithm, Richard found himself in the middle of a bidding war between two of the Valley’s major players. Hooli CEO Gavin Belson pounced with a ten million dollar acquisition offer, while VC Peter Gregory offered a $200,000 seed round to start a new company. The stress of the decision took a physical toll on Richard, but in the end he picked Gregory and the power to see his tech through to its fullest potential.
With the backing of Gregory’s fund Raviga, Hendricks assembled his team: Dinesh Chugtai, Bertram Gilfoyle, and Jared Dunn, all working together out of Erlich Bachman’s incubator. The company’s first great test came at TechCrunch Disrupt. After a challenge from Hooli’s compression competitor Nucleus, Richard pulled an all-nighter to invent a new approach to compression: middle-out. In the finals of the competition, Richard’s middle-out algorithm surpassed the theoretical limit and achieved the highest Weissman score ever recorded. Pied Piper took first place at Disrupt.

Pied Piper’s moment of triumph didn’t last long. Their champion Peter Gregory passed away and Gavin Belson slapped the team with a massive lawsuit, rendering them damaged goods to all potential investors. Fortunately, Richard came across Russ Hanneman, the one man in the Valley who didn’t wince at impending litigation.
After a string of failed deals with energy drink Homicide and adult content producer Intersite, a condor egg live stream changed everything. The feed of the egg went viral when a camera technician fell forty feet into a ravine, and Pied Piper’s durability under the traffic proved the strength of the tech. The good news seemed to continue from there: Pied Piper defeated Gavin’s frivolous lawsuit, and Raviga’s new head VC Laurie Bream bought Hanneman out of Pied Piper.

Despite being in full control of Pied Piper for the first time since its inception, Richard found himself uninspired by what he was building. To Richard, PiperChat was a trivial application of his revolutionary middle-out compression algorithm. So Richard left Pied Piper to tackle a brave new venture: launching a decentralized internet.
PiperChat dissolved soon after and the rest of the team joined Richard’s new project. The next obstacle: securing the patent to the peer-to-peer network Richard dreamed of, which, unfortunately, belonged to Gavin Belson. Gavin and Richard embarked on an unlikely partnership, but it didn’t last long – Belson went to Tibet to find himself, and gave Richard full ownership of the patent.
With Gavin off in Tibet, Richard turned to customers for funding. Pied Piper landed a data storage deal with Fiduciated General Insurance and launched Space Saver, an app to maximize mobile storage that would help build out the Pied Piper network of devices. Space Saver made it onto the Hooli App Store’s Top 500 (utilities, sub-group mobile, sub-group storage), and FGI’s data was stored on a sufficient number of “devices.” This feat proved the viability of Richard’s new internet and earned Pied Piper funding from Bream-Hall to start building.
The journey to create a decentralized internet has just begun.

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