MiraLab project is developing a service for cryptocurrency operations. MiraLab’s main focus is on providing the ease of use, decentralization, transparency, fault tolerance, transaction speed, security and openness
MiraLab’s key element is MiraBox, an encrypted container file that can hold tokens or other arbitrary files, which, once downloaded, acts as a regular file, thus can be transferred via e-mail or stored on a USB drive. MiraBox can only be opened if certain conditions are met and the password is provided.
There are three types of MiraBox containers: NominalBox (can hold only one type cryptocurrency), MultiBox (can hold arbitrary amounts of different supported cryptocurrencies), SmartBox (a MultiBox with integrated smart contracts allowing to set up specific conditions for opening).
MiraBoxes are supported by the Mira Software Suite:
Miralab.io — an online service designed for working with MiraBox
MiraWallet Desktop and Mobile —the former being open-source program for working with containers if miralab.io is unavailable, and the latter is an iOS/Android application with wallet functions for working with MiraBox
MiraNet (smart contract-based Mira blockchain) — one of the core system’s elements that allows it to function effectively. MiraNet is made up of user nodes, and a user with sufficient number of Mira tokens (MIRA) can create a node.
MiraLab token (MIRA) — ERC-20 standard utility token that can be used to create MiraBox containers or a user node.
Token Standard: ERC-20
Additional Token Emission: No
Token price in USD: 1 Token = 1.000000 USD
Team and advisors 15%
Reserve fund 6%
Reserve fund 10%
Social Media: 51%
Bitcointalk Signature Campaign: 24 %
BTC, ETH, ETC, LTC, DASH
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