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Miricam Is The Cam Platform For Models – By Models

Miricam Is The Cam Platform For Models – By Models

In a screenshot, a webcam performer with a warm, white-toothed smile and bright blue eyes responds to her chat room.(Montreal, QC) November 6, 2018 – 2Much.net has officially released Miricam, its newest and most powerful webcamming platform to date, and has made it available free of cost.

“We basically threw everything up in the air, no options or useability possibilities were out of the question,” said 2much’s Mark Prince. “Amateurs and professional cam models both provided lots of feedback and insight to what a performer needs as well as what they’re looking for when they log on. The result will disappoint no one.”

This newest iteration of the company’s video chat system outputs their best-yet video quality without lag or latency and can run on any and all hardware, from desktops on Windows or OS/X, to the latest generation mobile devices, including Apples and Androids.

“It doesn’t require Flash,” says Prince. “From the model or customer. And who can use it on which browser anymore? Rest in Peace, Adobe Flash.”

Following the live cam business model, Miricam features pay-per-minute billing, tips, as well as the possibility to vary the way income can be generated by each performer, from setting their own price-per-minute to pre-setting the length of their shows.

“Two-way, one-on-one video is built in as a feature or option depending on what the chat host wants,” says Prince.

It’s also free, he points out. “Models can download and host it on their own servers, attach it to their own websites, and edit and customize the pages to look the way they want.”

Miricam can now allow models to broadcast from mobile devices and any thing with a camera and internet connection.

For more information, visit www.Miricam.com.




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