What is Misthos?

Misthos is a decentralised app for collaborative management of finances. Individuals collaborating on a project can use Misthos to manage and distribute their bitcoin income as a team.

Users can create Ventures and dynamically add and remove Partners that share and control a multisig Bitcoin wallet. Ventures can receive Bitcoin, and payouts can be proposed that require endorsement from the other Partners before they are submitted to the Bitcoin network.

In the future Misthos will evolve beyond being a shared wallet to a complete solution for collaboratively managing your cash flow with bitcoin!

Who is Misthos for?

Misthos is for any team that need a simple way to transact from a shared multisig Bitcoin wallet.

How can a team use Misthos today?

Using Misthos, a team can:
  • Aggregate income in a multisig Bitcoin wallet
  • Dynamically add / remove Partners as they participate in the venture
  • Collectively approve payouts
  • Have full visibility of the transaction and approval history

What is unique about Misthos?

The Misthos multisig wallet is optimised for collaborating individuals who need a simple way to collectively share and distribute Bitcoin.

Misthos is unique for its:
  1. Quick wallet set-up
  2. Scalability: dynamically adding / removing wallet custodians (Partners)
  3. Streamlined user-experience for collaborative approval processes

What are the principles behind Misthos?

Misthos is built on the principles of data sovereignty, identity and collaborative governance models. This blog post dives into the guiding principles behind Misthos.

Misthos is built on Blockstack. What is Blockstack?

Blockstack is a platform for developing decentralised applications. It provides solution to the decentralization of authentication, authorization and data storage secured by the bitcoin blockchain. With Blockstack, users control their data and apps run on their devices. There are no middlemen, no passwords, no massive data silos to breach, and no services tracking users around the internet. You can learn more about Blockstackhere.