About CyberMiles (CMT)
CyberMiles (CMT) blockchain is created and maintained by a decentralized team of open source software developers and validator nodes. The project was founded in 2017 on the idea of creating an application specific blockchain for decentralized e-commerce applications. The MainNet was launched in 2018, and is now supported by world leading exchanges, community volunteers / activists, decentralized application developers, merchants, and node or staking operators.
The CyberMiles Foundation is a non-profit organization run by volunteers to coordinate software development and technical operation of the blockchain. The foundation is not a company, or even a traditional non-profit. It does not control CyberMiles. It is part of a large ecosystem of organizations, individuals, and companies that support CyberMiles.
Checkout the Github repositories to meet the open source volunteer developers behind the CyberMiles blockchain: https://github.com/cybermiles Checkout the CyberMiles blockchain explorer to meet the validator organizations who operate the blockchain infrastructure and validate CMT transactions: https://www.cmttracking.io/nodes
CyberMiles Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||800,000,000.00 CMT|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Best Blockchain Solutions for E-commerce
CyberMiles has built highly customized solutions for the e-commerce companies to deploy their business on the Blockchain with ease.
Valuable Blockchain Technology
CyberMiles is a Smart, Fast, and Safe blockchain network while staying Free to everyone.
Simple Development on Blockchain
CyberMiles has built one of the most powerful infrastructure for developing Decentralised applications.
Opportunity for Traditional E-commerce
Word of mouth marketing is one of the most effective marketing tactics. By utilizing the networking power of social media, many iconic companies, like Dropbox and Airbnb achieved hyperbolic growth with referral campaigns.
Adding the power of blockchain to this already proven marketing strategy takes referral programs to a next level. When incentive rewards are paid in a limited release blockchain based tokens, it unlocks the network ownership effect for the users, a double economic incentive.
What is CyberMiles Solution?
Whether your’s is a blockchain based business or a traditional web-based application, you can easily create and publish your own referral program by leveraging CyberMiles’ enterprise-grade and professionally hosted DPOS blockchain and our extensive library of smart contracts.
Whenever a user refers your product or service, he/she not only receives additional tokens but increases the awareness of the token hence increasing the value of his/her previously received tokens as well. This double economic incentive supercharges your referral program.
Challenges for Traditional E-commerce
A major challenge in all commercial operations, but especially true for fast paced e-commerce, is cash flow management to sustain and grow the operation. Securitization is a key tool for more efficient cash flow management. However, traditional securitization through Wall Street is expensive and inefficient as it requires expensive and slow human intervention in every step.
Benefits of CMT Technology
CyberMiles has built a library of smart contract templates for e-commerce applications.
On top of coin transaction speed, our Virtual Machine allows Smart Contracts to be calculated with an optimized speed for business needs.
The blockchain has created a perfect combination of scalability, decentralization and safety. Also, CyberMiles has implemented a “pre-defense” and “post recovery” mechanism as an additional protection.
CyberMiles waives transaction fees for most common operations. It achieves this without sacrificing security of the network.
Validators are responsible for maintaining crucial network infrastructure, and making rule changes and governance decisions on behalf of its delegators. Since there are only 19 validators in the CyberMiles system, validators must compete for delegators’ votes (staked CMTs) in order to be hired by providing secure servers running up-to-date software, sufficient computing power and network bandwidth to power the global blockchain network