Mir is built by a community.

Our mission is to return power to users on the Internet. We're building a platform that allows anyone to transact, communicate, and build at Internet scale, free from gatekeepers, rent-seekers, and middlemen.

Mir is an open-source project maintained by full-time developers and contributors from all over the world.

Core Contributors

Daniel Lubarov

Daniel Lubarov

Protocol, Cryptography
Daniel Lubarov

Daniel Lubarov

Protocol, Cryptography

Daniel came from Google, where he worked on Glass and Pixel Buds. Prior to that, he worked at Square building scalable and fault tolerant payment systems. He studied computer science at Harvey Mudd.

Brendan Farmer

Brendan Farmer

Protocol, Community
Brendan Farmer

Brendan Farmer

Protocol, Community

Brendan built tech tools used on national political campaigns before studying pure math and philosophy as an AB Duke Scholar. He became interested in cryptography after the Snowden leaks.

William Borgeaud

William Borgeaud

Protocol, Cryptography
William Borgeaud

William Borgeaud

Protocol, Cryptography

William has a MSc in mathematics and computer science from EPFL. He has extensive experience implementing zero-knowledge proof systems and arithmetic circuits.

Hamish Ivey-Law

Hamish Ivey-Law

Cryptography
Hamish Ivey-Law

Hamish Ivey-Law

Cryptography

Hamish has a PhD in pure math as well as a strong background in cryptography. He was the winner of the Coda/Coinlist SNARK speedup challenge.

Connor Southard

Connor Southard

Community
Connor Southard

Connor Southard

Community

Connor is a writer who has published his non-fiction widely and runs a popular newsletter about how stories work. He was an AB Duke Scholar, a Fulbright Scholar, and received an MPhil in Literature from Cambridge.