Mira Labs


Building the Next Generation of Index Management on Aptos


Mira investment pools will allow investors to explore portfolios of people whom they trust; in an environment where they can test strategies, research, and learn what they should invest in. Mira will enable people to manage their accounts and portfolio distribution without the need for a centralized exchange, complicated API tooling, or excessive blockchain transactions and gas fees.
This creation of a sharing economy will enable creators and individuals to promote their strategies, share with their friends, and compete.

Mira is designed to benefit two of the key observable trends in finance over the past few years: personal autonomy in finance and a sharing economy. Enabling people to manage their accounts and interests is a
key factor in building a portfolio protocol – Mira gives users jurisdiction over their portfolio token distribution with unparalleled ease of use.

The concept of using groups to mitigate costs and arbitrage information sharing has been explored, such as in liquidity pools, but using the community to promote a peer-to-peer service for investment management has yet to be implemented. By creating a sharing economy where users are incentivized to promote their strategies, share with their friends, and compete, Mira embodies an environment that takes advantage of the same momentum to propel crypto Twitter, Reddit, and other forms of community-driven trading.

Mira is built to benefit ecosystem users – as opposed to cutting a margin of trades or charging fees, the native Mira token is built into the ecosystem so that profit is community driven. To specify, token holders will benefit from value appreciation as dApp and trade volume increase, because these will increase token utility and drive incentive for $MIRA as a tool in governance – see ‘$MIRA as a Governance Token’.