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.
Mira is a software suite for buying, storing and sending cryptocurrencies in an easy and convenient way. The key element of the service is MiraBox, the encrypted container file, that can store one or multiple types of tokens off-chain, providing better protection for savings than any third-party storage, like exchanges or wallets. Buying and sending cryptocurrencies in MiraBox is as simple as downloading and sending a regular file, which makes it available for users with any level of technical expertise.
Launch of MiraWallet.alfa without smart contracts
Launch of WiraWallet + MiraLab
Connecting the visual designer of smart contracts, launching a test version of the mobile application
Completion of the work cycle for the first version of Mira
Starting a custom service. Version 2
Laboratory of smart contracts. Running the test version of platform for developers
Running Version 3
Guarantor service, share, rates, nirvana