What is Mirror Protocol (MIR)? 

Mirror Protocol (MIR) is an Ethereum token that governs the Mirror Protocol which “allows the creation of fungible assets, that track the price of real world assets.” The project aims to enable 24/7 equities trading by minting “synthetic” versions of the real thing. MIR tokens can be used to propose and vote on important changes to the protocol.

What products support MIR?

  Send/Receive Trading
Coinbase            ✔      ✔
Pro           ✔      ✔
Wallet           ✔     ✖️

What regions support MIR?

  US NY CAN EU UK DE SG JP
Coinbase    ✔  ✔   ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ ✖️
Pro    ✔  ✔   ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ ✖️
Wallet  ✔  ✔   ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ ✖️

Crypto to fiat trading pairs

  US UK EU
USD   ✔  ✖️ ✖️
GBP  ✖️   ✔
✖️
EUR  ✖️   ✔  ✔

Note: Coinbase Wallet does not support direct bank transactions. You’ll need to transfer your crypto to Coinbase.com or send it to an external address in order to cash out.

Crypto to crypto trading pairs

  USDC BTC ETH USDT
MIR   ✖️   ✔  ✖️   ✖️

See the full list of countries that Coinbase supports for crypto-to-crypto trading.

Note: Only assets hosted on the Ethereum blockchain can be converted through the Coinbase Wallet mobile app at this time. Learn more about trading on Coinbase Wallet.

How many confirmations are needed for MIR?

MIR requires 35 network confirmations. Learn about transaction confirmations.

Which blockchain network hosts MIR?

MIR is hosted on the Ethereum blockchain.

What are the minimum and maximum withdrawal amounts?

Coinbase has implemented safeguards to ensure a healthy and efficient network both on-chain and through our platform.  

These safeguards include both minimum and maximum amounts for each cryptocurrency we allow customers to send through the blockchain.

There is a withdrawal minimum of  Mirror Protocol (MIR) and a maximum of 15,000 to send from Coinbase to an external address.