One of the key challenges was to implement the Electron framework. So, we developed a front-end client by using JS. Then, our specialists wrapped the created source in desktop and mobile (Android as well as iOS) shells. The same source was employed to make a Chrome extension.
Furthermore, we decided to develop a middleware to enable users to handle various cryptocurrencies. This middleware allowed operating with plenty of the already accessible cryptos as well as adding new tokens made within the supported blockchain systems (such as Bitcoin and Ethereum).
It took nearly nine months to make the app. In the initial stage, we created MVP using ready-made templates and working frameworks. Next, we formed a development team. The team created an adaptive design for the wallet. Here, the pass-phase coding stage was performed from scratch. Also, Atomic Swap Technology allowing currency on-chain exchange was implemented.
Initially, we made Iguana for broad use (purchasing, swapping, etc., cryptocurrency under the current exchange rate). So, it allowed the swapping of cryptos without any intermediaries. But later, Komodo created a blockchain exchange based on the specified wallet.
Here, the next stages should be highlighted:
- MVP launching. It was tested by a narrow circle of users (about 100 clients).
- Full-fledged desktop cryptocurrency wallet version development.
- Google Chrome app creation.
- Android and iOS adaptation.
Iguana was closed after some period of proper operation. That’s because the owners decided to rename the project. As a result, a decentralized blockchain exchange AtomicDEX was created based on the Iguana crypto wallet. Feel free to contact the help desk of the custom software development company What Da Hack?! to get more detail on this topic.