Internet Pioneer, VoIP; Futurist, Entrepreneur, Photographer, Advisor, Business Coach, Mentor. Chasing the Milky Way since 2015.

Internet Pioneer, VoIP; Entrepreneur, Investor, Advisor, Futurist, Strategist, Business Coach, Astrophotographer, Mentor. Helped change the way the world communicates and shaped the worldwide market acceptance of VoIP; Founder / co-founder of numerous startups including: Free World Dialup, pulver.com, VON, Vivox and Vonage. Started trade associations: VON Coalition and Blockchain Token Association. Passionate about Blockchain and Finance. Veteran of the Tradeshow industry; producer, host, curator of events.

Known as a globally renowned Internet thought leader. In 1995 defined “VON” to stand for Voice/Video on the Net. Jeff’s public policy work in Washington contributed to the reason services like: FaceTime, Messenger and WhatsApp are free. Has influenced the creation of numerous other startups.

Has invested in over 400 startups since 1998; Advocate of healthy living. Passionate about the night sky and has been “chasing the Milky Way” since 2015. Committed to the future of the Internet and has been featured in the media as an expert in his field.

— Proud Achievement: The Pulver Order —

On February 12, 2004, Mr. Pulver’s petition for clarification declaring Free World Dialup as an unregulated information service was granted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This landmark decision was the first decision it made on IP communications. Now referred to as “the Pulver Order”, the ruling provides important clarification that computer-to-computer VoIP service is not a telecommunications service. By doing this, the FCC delivered a strong signal to consumers and capital markets that the FCC is not interested in subjecting end-to-end IP Communications services to traditional voice telecommunications regulation under the Communications Act.