The Federation Network Ponzi scheme has collapsed.

Rather than just admit securities fraud and move on, the scammers behind Federation Network have rebooted on a new domain.

Federation Network is an MLM crypto Ponzi fronted by former Mainet Ponzi scammers.

In the lead up to its collapse, Federation Network initiated a KYC exit-scam:

Next, both of Federation Network’s website domains went down on May 29th.

  • – domain disabled on May 29th through status “clienthold”
  • – domain disabled on May 30th through status “clienthold”

As per ICANN, “clienthold”

is an uncommon status that is usually enacted during legal disputes, non-payment, or when your domain is subject to deletion.

Instead of being honest about the frozen domains, Federation Network continued with the “update” facade on May 30th.

Later that same day Federation Network rebooted on the domain “”, privately registered through a different registrar May 29th.

In their second May 30th announcement, Federation Network claimed the new domain was “more secure”.

Why the Change?

We’ve upgraded to a state-of-the-art data center capable of supporting a whopping 1 million customers! To accommodate this growth, we had to restructure our servers and update our website URL.

Anyone with even the remotest understanding of how websites are hosted knows a domain has nothing to do with the capacity. Federation Network’s claim that they had to change domains to upgrade their website server is complete nonsense.

Rather it seems Federation Network’s previous domains might have run into problems related to payment processing.

Coinciding with the registration of a new domain is the promise of a “new platform” and “0% fee credit card payments”. It’s possible both of Federation Network’s previous domains have been blacklisted by one or more financial service providers.

From May 31st to June 2nd, Federation Network is purportedly hosting its top Ponzi scammers in Dubai.

Whether that event is taking place is unclear. Ditto how long Federation Network’s reboot domain stays up for.