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Mirror

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$8.87M

Last Raised

$8.8M | 8 yrs ago

About Mirror

Mirror is a San Francisco-based peer-to-peer trading platform that democratizes access to financial markets. The company leverages blockchain technology to allow individuals and businesses create and exchange "smart" financial contracts. Their decentralized, peer-to-peer market enables efficient ways to hedge economic and business risks at a fraction of today's costs.

Headquarters Location

San Francisco, California,

United States

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Expert Collections containing Mirror

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Mirror is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Blockchain.

B

Blockchain

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Mirror Patents

Mirror has filed 30 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Immunology
  • Immune system
  • Cloud storage
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

1/21/2016

1/4/2022

Immunology, Clusters of differentiation, Immune system, Oncology, Transcription factors

Grant

Application Date

1/21/2016

Grant Date

1/4/2022

Title

Related Topics

Immunology, Clusters of differentiation, Immune system, Oncology, Transcription factors

Status

Grant

Latest Mirror News

Binance to let institutions store crypto with cold custody

Jan 16, 2023

The new Mirror service is based on Binance Custody, a regulated institutional digital asset custodian, by mirroring cold storage assets through a 1:1 collateral on Binance. 93 Total views Amid the crisis of centralized cryptocurrency exchanges (CEX), crypto exchange Binance is moving to improve its institutional trading services with cold custody opportunities. Binance  announced  on Jan. 16 the official launch of Binance Mirror, an off-exchange settlement solution that enables institutional investors to invest and trade using cold custody. The newly launched Mirror service is based on Binance Custody, a regulated institutional digital asset custodian, by mirroring cold storage assets through a 1:1 collateral on Binance account. Binance emphasized that the new solution enables more security, allowing traders to access the exchange ecosystem without having to post collateral directly on the platform, stating: “Their assets remain secure in their segregated cold wallet for as long as their Mirror position remains open on the Binance Exchange, which can be settled at any time.” Launched in 2021, Binance Custody is a custodian platform with its own cold-storage solutions, covering secured assets against physical loss, damage, theft, or internal collusion. In March 2022, Binance Custody secured a cold wallet insurance in Lithuania to operate an institutional-grade digital asset custody solution. Mirror is a new product of Binance Custody, accounting for more than 60% of all assets secured on Binance Custody. “We built Binance Mirror last year and have been testing it with our institutional users. User feedback has been positive and we are happy to announce and market it officially now,” a spokesperson for Binance told Cointelegraph. It appears to be unclear whether Binance is planning to provide similar cold custody services to retail investors. Binance did not immediately respond to Cointelegraph’s request to comment. The news comes shortly after Binance experienced a massive drop in liquidity, with several billions of dollars worth of crypto leaving the platform in late 2022. The liquidity decline is largely attributed to the crisis of CEXs fueled by the collapse of the FTX crypto exchange, with investors flocking to self-custody instead of storing their assets on a centralized platform. Amid the growing self-custody trend and the crisis of CEXs, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao admitted that centralized exchanges may no longer be necessary one day. In November, Binance’s venture capital arm also invested in Belgian hardware wallet firm Ngrave.

Mirror Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Mirror's headquarters?

    Mirror's headquarters is located at San Francisco.

  • What is Mirror's latest funding round?

    Mirror's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Mirror raise?

    Mirror raised a total of $8.87M.

  • Who are the investors of Mirror?

    Investors of Mirror include Battery Ventures, RRE Ventures, Digital Currency Group, Route 66 Ventures, Crosslink Capital and 8 more.

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