MiraLab was conceived as a P2P cryptocurrency exchanger with a simple and straightforward interface. The development of the idea was financed using our resources and investments from crypto enthusiasts. This year, the capitalization of cryptocurrency went up sharply, and the stock market volumes grew after it. The media picked up the topics of blockchain and cryptocurrency. It has become clear that development needs to be accelerated in order to take a foothold in the market.
Meanwhile the idea has been evolving and it has been transformed from a P2P exchanger to the full-fledged Mira software suite. Mira is a simple and reliable way to exchange, transfer and store cryptocurrency. We want to make the process of interacting with cryptocurrencies understandable for any user. Now you can simply send a file to purchase cryptocurrency. Mira allows you to safely store and transfer cryptocurrency as well as buy it and sell it. Is it possible to compare Mira with wallets and exchanges? Because of the smart contract features the answer is no; but first things first.
To ensure the security and high speed of transactions, and to offer the community a universa solution for all cryptocurrencies, we have developed the concept of the Mirabox container. The key feature of the Mira platform is an encrypted file containing cryptocurrency (for example, in the case of bitcoin, a private key). To open MiraBox, you must meet certain conditions as well as know your password. MiraBox is associated with the relevant contract on the MiraNet blockchain, so that the service can control the opening and identify the information.
The MIRA token is an infrastructure token that will be used to pay MIRA fees for transactions using MultiBox and SmartBox. Between 25% and 35% of the tokens that are accepted as payment will be burnt. Most of the remaining tokens will accumulate on the Mira account and will not be sold on the market. Some Mira services will be paid for in fiat currency; this will allow us to fund the operational costs of the platform. Thus, with the growth of the platform's turnover, the total demand for the MIRA token will always be greater than the sum of the supply.
Some of the disadvantages of offline wallets are solved by online wallets. You just have to install an application, for example, on a smartphone, and then you can access your assets from anywhere. Online wallets typically have a kind of friendly interface, so it's easy to understand their functionality.
Nevertheless, online wallets have one key drawback: they are centralized, which means they are susceptible to hacking, fraudulent operations, government regulation and so on. In fact, cryptocurrency stored in online wallets is not fully owned by the user, and the larger amount in the account, the more acute the problem. There is another issue that is common to online and offline wallets — the speed of transactions. All wallets transfer cryptocurrency through the blockchain, which means you have to wait for transactions to be confirmed.
The benefits of exchanges are clear- above all, they offer liquidity and a wide range of tools. However, the problem may be that there is no guarantee of repayment to users if the exchange (even with a good reputation) bursts, is exposed to a hacking attack or its owner (often anonymous) leaves with customers' money. As with online wallets, the money on the exchange do not belong to the user. Cryptocurrencies do not have the status of securities in any country in the world, so it is not possible to return them within the legal framework. Thus, the security of assets cannot be controlled by their owner.
The shortcomings outlined above have led us to believe that the market needs a fundamentally new way of storing and using cryptocurrency that is understandable to any user. So we are working on the Mira software suite.
- Ease Of Use
It is easy to transfer and store because it is a regular file that can be transferred outside of blockchain.
You can open the content only by knowing the password and meeting the smart contract conditions that can be added to MiraBox.
An open MiraBox can be loaded into MiraLab or MiraWallet and you can find out exactly what is inside. Key data is stored on the MiraNet blockchain. If you do not have a password or if you do not comply with smart contract conditions, you will not be able to access the content.
MiraBox does not contain data about its creator and can be opened anywhere in the world. To buy or sell cryptocurrency packaged in MiraBox, you don't have to create an account or wallet. And if you use a private MiraBox, the content will be completely hidden.
- 78% Investors
- 15% Team and advisors
- 6% Reserve fund
- 1% Bounty
|Accepting||BTC, ETH, LTC, DASH|
|Soft cap||5,000,000 USD,|
- Dmitriy Baday - CEO
- Nikita Novozhilov - CFO
- Ernest Shekolian - CTO
- Eugene Babichenko - Chief DApp Engineer at 482.solutions
- Andrey Skriptsov - COO
- Nadia Shcherba - Business developer
- Vitaliy Manshin - CMO
- Eugene Radchenko - Blockchain Technical Advisor
- Taras Emelyanenko - System and DApp Architect
- Alexander Ivanov - Blockchain Advisor
- Misha No - Art Director
- November '17
- February '18
- August '18
- Launch of MiraWallet.alfa without smart contracts
- October '18
- Launch of WiraWallet + MiraLab
- December '18
- Connecting the visual designer of smart contracts, launching a test version of the mobile application
- February '19
- Completion of the work cycle for the first version of Mira
- August '19
- Starting a custom service. Version 2
- December '19
- Laboratory of smart contracts. Running the test version of platform for developers
- February '20
- Running Version 3
- December '20
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