MorningStar Payment Systems RoadMap
September 2017 –
- The original MorningStar code is pushed to Github and the blockchain is born.
October 2017 –
- The Windows, Mac, and Linux QT wallets are released via the website.
- The ANN thread is live on Bitcointalk.org.
- The first 1,000 users received 10,000 MRNG each and certain bounties were paid for completion of social media tasks.
- MorningStar is listed on NovaExchange and trading commences.
November 2017 –
- NovaExchange announces it will be closing its doors.
- The MRNG team pursues new exchanges.
- Many exchanges ask for the codebase to be updated.
- MRNG dev team decides to rewrite the code to update the software, as to satisfy this request.
May 2018 –
- The MRNG dev team completes the code update and begins announcing that they will host a swap from old to new coins.
- NovaExchange announces it will not be closing it’s doors after all.
- MRNG is still listed and decides how to proceed with the swap.
June 2018 –
- New coins will be swapped for old coins.
- Windows and Linux QT wallets will be released.
- Users will be able to trade on Nova immediately.
- Mac OS wallet will be released.
Q3 2018 –
- Electrum Lite wallet and Android/iOS wallets will be released .
Q4 2018 –
- Work will begin on an “eBay clone” utilizing MRNG as the payment method.
- Users will be able to buy/sell goods and services through the website and bid on auction style listings. Escrow and shipping options will be available.
2019 and beyond –
- The MorningStar team will offer a payment integration app, making it easy for any merchant to accept MRNG as payment via their website/storefront.
- Work with higher level payment processing companies and larger online retailers eventually leads to MRNG being widely accepted on sites such as Amazon and Overstock.com