Our founder Kai Micah Mills brainstorms a new way to create unique websites through procedural generation, rather than starting from themes or templates.
Initial domains are purchased and social media accounts are created.
Ben Adamsky joins the Konjure team to help plan blockchain integration.
Development begins on Konjure's website design framework, Konjure UI.
Development continues on Konjure UI. Work starts on official Konjure website.
Johnathon Young, Justin Roberts, and Connor Hollasch join the Konjure team to fill core director positions. Konjure LLC is registered in the state of Wyoming.
Konjure website launches and private sales begin. Initial contributors and advisors are brought on board. Whitepaper is released.
Our prototype application is launched, allowing users to run nodes and upload websites to the Decentralized Web.
Primary token sale takes place and tokens are dispursed to contributors.
Konjure Foundation, a nonprofit organization, is created in Switzerland to oversee the development of our website builder.
Bulk of development begins on the Konjure website builder.
The Konjure network nodes begin to disperse KONJ to participants.
Users can build and manage their websites on the Decentralized Web.
Most popular community-voted features are developed into the Konjure platform.
Konjure enters beta, and final tests are made before full release.
The Konjure website builder official releases at version 1.0.