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You Can Now Create Your Own Tokens Through CyberMiles’ Wallet 2.0

Following their MainNet launch, CyberMiles has started taking giant leaps ahead in terms of development, services and growth. They have launched their CyberMiles wallet 2.0, which not only supports the store of CMT tokens, but also formation of new tokens on top of the blockchain. The only condition is to have a wallet balance greater than 1,000 CMTs.

It has been a question in the minds of the people on blockchain for quite a while that is it possible for general public to make their own tokens and make them eligible for trading? The question has been answered by CyberMiles, the e-commerce blockchain giant. If you have your wallet balance equal to or greater than 1,000 CMTs, you’re eligible to issue your own token with your own name perhaps.

The founder of CyberMiles, Dr Lucas also gave this scheme a test drive by making a token named “Lucas lunch raincheck” with a symbol LUCAS.  According to the tweet of CyberMiles recently, the token can be exchanged for a lunch with the founder.

CyberMiles’ founder also notified the community with the upcoming developments on the blockchain which are as follows.

  • The creation of a stable coin
  • atomic swap
  • Support to all projects looking to launch an STO via CyberMiles
  • Support to the projects that make up our growing ecosystem

The team believes that the advancements made in the project would be at the end of day helping in the progress of blockchain. Talking to BlockPublisher the CyberMiles team said,

Blockchain has huge, global, industry-wide potential. It’s not a matter of if, but when, the technology will go mainstream.

It is hoped that the project makes further advancements to bring their MainNet to its full potential.

Shehryar Hasan

Performing artist, guitarist and sub-editor at BlockPublisher. Shehryar is an electrical engineer and blockchain enthusiast. He holds investments in bitcoin, ethereum, OST, TRX and Ripple. Email: or contact the editor at

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