All components of the system are completely represented by opensource solutions, the source code of which will be available on GitHub and can be checked by anyone.The Mira platform is a decentralized service and potential unauthorized access to any elements of the infrastructure will not allow an attacker to access the contents of MiraBoxes. We use the following cryptographic algorithms for encryption: AES-256 and ECC-Secp256k1. These reliably protect MiraBox files from local bruteforce attack. (http://cryptome.org/aes-natsec.htm)
We need the ICO to accelerate the development process, as well as the development of our product.The funds will be used to attract additional specialists, maintain the infrastructure, and conduct advertising and marketing campaigns.
During the pre-ICO, the distribution of tokens will be made in manual mode.Tokens purchased at the ICO will be charged automatically using smart contracts. Enrollment takes place immediately after your funds are credited to our account.
We are launching a Bounty campaign for the community and hope for your help in spreading information about our product. The announcement will be posted on Bitcointalk and on our blog on Medium. Details of the Bounty campaign, the token distribution and the stakes can be seen in the announcement.
The fundraising process will be displayed on the main page of our website in real time.
The minimum entry threshold is 1 ETH in any of the available cryptocurrencies.
The smart contracts code will be posted on GitHub.
The maximum amount of funds collected cannot exceed $20 million.
The token has a utility value providing platform users with the possibility to create MiraBox containers.
They will appear instantly in a personal account. They can be used either after the product is released or the tokens will enter the exchange.
Tokens can be bought with the biggest discount on the pre-ICO and with smaller discounts during the ICO.
Payment is accepted in BTC, ETH, LTC, ETC, DASH
MIRA token can be stored in any wallet that supports ERC-20 standard.
No additional token emission is planned.
Yes, this will be announced at a later date.
Yes, MIRA tokens are fully compatible with the ERC-20 standard and they can be transferred to a third-party ETH wallet.
A total of 30.77 million MIRA tokens are produced. 78% of these tokens will be available for sale.
The company plans to generate income from creating and selling the NominalBox, MultiBox and SmartBox, as well as the redemption of MiraBox from all willing users with a discount on their nominal value. For a detailed concept of the company’s economic development, see the white paper.
MiraBox is a key element in Mira’s performance; it is an encrypted container file that can contain tokens or other arbitrary files. It consists of an open and a closed part. In the open part, you can see the addresses of wallets in which funds are stored. In the closed part, you can access a private key. It is possible to open the closed part only by entering a password from the container. In this case, the service will always know whether the container was opened or not. Read more about types of MiraBox below.
MiraWallet Desktop is an open-source program for working with MiraBox containers. It may be used even if for any reason miralab.io is unavailable. It duplicates the MiraLab functionality. MiraWallet Mobile is an application for smartphones based on iOS and Android, similar in function to app-wallets. In this case, tokens are stored only in user’s MiraBoxes. It has the same features as the miralab.io service.
Miralab.io is an online service for working with MiraBoxes. In the first version, users will be able to create, sell and open MiraBoxes. In subsequent versions, MiraLab in its functions will become similar to an online wallet, with tokens stored only by users.
The private part of the container is asymmetrically encrypted by a set of keys formed by a random group of nodes, the result is then locally encrypted by a user key in a symmetric way.
This is a MiraBox container, the opening of which requires special external conditions (a precise date, a certain currency rate, third party approval and many others.) They are set when the container is created, similar to a constructor. The security of a SmartBox is ensured by the achievement of consensus of a mutually independent group of smart oracles under the Proof-of-stake (PoS) mechanism.
NominalBox is a ready-made MiraBox with a predefined value inside (for example, 0.1ETH, 0.05BTC, 0.1ETC). These MiraBoxes can be exchanged as simple bills.Such MiraBoxes are somewhat similar to BTC-e (WEX) codes, but the storage of tokens is not centralised (they are contained in MiraBoxes which identity is approved by MiraNet), and therefore do not depend on the availability of the service.
This is a MiraBox, the contents of which can be viewed by downloading a file to MiraLab or MiraWallet. You can open it by entering the password only.
MultiBox is a MiraBox with arbitrary content, in the form of one or more type of token, as well as any document up to 25MB in size, either in the open or closed part of the MiraBox.
It is an anonymous container. Only its creator knows what is inside.
It is an Ethereum-based blockchain, consisting of user nodes. Any user with a sufficient number of Mira tokens can create a node.