MetaLair are one of the very first UK Bitcoin, Litecoin and cryptocurrency startups.
We are looking for investment and donations to develop our double spending proof fully decentralised exchange mechanism able to facilitate secure exchanges between cryptocurrency blockchains and also fiat.
When Satoshi created Bitcoin he solved the Byzantine fault tolerance Problem, also known as the Byzantine Generals Problem; first formalised in 1975, it posits the near impossibility of achieving consensus on a decentralised network.
MetaLair is continuing where Satoshi left off using the mechanisms he developed to create a decentralised cryptocurrency exchange.
The MetaLair team
MetaLair was founded by two experienced technologists, Johnathan Turrall and Kerry Fraser-Robinson. The company is currently in its seed phase.
Designs are in place and we are now seeking funding to assemble the development team we need to build our ideas.
Our core developments will be open source products designed to meet real needs within the cryptocurrency community e.g. a double spending proof fully decentralised exchange mechanism for cryptocurrency and fiat.
Alongside these we will be building a portfolio of proprietary technologies to ensure first mover advantage and establish a foothold within these early markets. With the hope of establishing enough long term revenue that we are no longer dependant on donations.
Donate or invest in MetaLair
MetaLair are accepting both cryptocurrency and fiat. Please donate to the following addresses if you would like to fund this project:
Fiat: Please email us via our contact us page
If you will be donating an amount at or over £500GBP equivalent, please contact us as we would like to (optionally) add you to our notable donor relations section.
MetaLair are taking investment offers at or above £25k GBP. For investors, please send us information about yourself through our contact us page.
Donations that fall short of our goal will be used for other research, much of which we plan to publish for free consumption by the community, most of it related to cryptocurrencies.