Stargram Global MIT Messenger ‘Mission Impossible Talk’ Is Launching, Comes Blockchain & Crypto Friendly
The Date’s On, MIT Messenger to be Globally Launched on May 30th
Stargram Global has recently announced the most anticipated launch yet: MIT Messenger. MIT Messenger, which stands for ‘Mission Impossible Talk’, is a peer-to-peer and serverless security messenger that many appreciate for its security and confidentiality.
Stargram Global, the mobile IT specialized company responsible for MIT Messenger, considers this project to be beneficial as several functions will be available to users. In particular, they announced that
“The security is enhanced from these; when signing up via mobile phone, it is not required to submit your information. Also, server to store data from calls and chats in no longer there, keeps your private information safe.”
About MIT Messenger?
While many believe MIT Messenger to only focus on security, the team claims it to focus on convenience as well. High technology is also another crucial factor, as users can make high-quality calls even with the little available data. In addition to phone calls, users can also make video calls, and send messages to name a few.
As for the project, it is believed that 100 telecommunications worldwide have joined forces to make the MIT Messenger possible. Another interesting facet that is worth mentioning here is the messenger’s wallet function, made specifically for crypto users.
What Does The Future Hold For MIT Messenger?
Based on the claims made, MIT Messenger is expected to merge with Bingo Music Coin (BMC), promoting a messenger with various contents to explore. A recent announcement made on April 23rd, suggested a partnership among Stargram Global and Audio Codes, and also with UB Blocks Mobile. The first partnership will be reflected as an extension pack via the MIT Messenger, whereas the second partnership works towards the platform aspects of things. It will be an IN-messenger mobile platform based on blockchain.
The CEO of Stargram Global, Kim Min Soo stated that MIT Messenger has the potential to satisfy the needs of different users. In particular the statement made goes as follows:
“We expect a wide variety of users, ranging from politicians, military personnel, public workers and entertainers. After the launch, we will expand various additional functions such as stealth.”
Will the MIT Messenger launch meet everyone’s’ expectations?
Once the Mission Impossible Talk Messenger by Stargram Global is launched, they plan to celebrate via an event to present various kinds of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and even Bingo Music Coin.