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Edited by qqqpeter at 2019-6-2 21:06

Blocktempo.com reported that Telegram (Telegram) is a privacy-focused communications software that completed a $1.7 billion private placement in the first half of last year, created a blockchain network called Telegram Open Network (TON) and distributed local currency GRAM. While TON is the first integrated wallet button wallet, the wallet team also mentioned more details about the TON network, and the TON blockchain is also expected to be released in the third quarter of this year.

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According to an official post by Button Wallet on May 26th, the communication software Telegram's TON blockchain network released more technical details, indicating that TON will use the concept of "fragmentation" to reach the block. Chain network? Scalability; the wallet will also integrate the TON blockchain.

According to the article, according to the technical white paper released by TON on March 26, the blockchain will have a main chain and a shardchain:

Each shard is a blockchain that allows communication with another shard.

Shardchains can communicate with each other using Hypercube routing. TON has a virtual machine that can manipulate data between slices. All TON data will represent the units connected to each other.

The article also pointed out that TON was inspired by PolkaDot, a blockchain cross-chain project led by former Ethereum co-founder Gavin Wood, and “combines the principle of Ethereum 2.0 with debris and Polkadot”, related to TON in a general white paper. Published on March 2, the content is as follows:

Polkadot is one of the most well-designed and detailed investment proof projects; its development is led by one of the Ethereum co-founders.

The project is one of the projects on the development route closest to the TON blockchain.

The post also concluded that the wallet will integrate the TON blockchain:

We will also support the Telegram-based TON network and will add additional features as soon as the Telegram is officially released.

In addition, on May 23, a document about the TON blockchain was released, claiming that TON used a new programming language called "Fift." The language is designed to develop and manage TON blockchain smart contracts and interact with TON virtual machines (TVMs).

In addition, on May 30, foreign media Cointelegraph reported that Telegram has officially released its TON network test client based on Telegram's recent email to investors, with the historical name "test.ton.org". Download and view the instructions in the file.

Integrated in the TON blockchain, Button Wallet is an unmanaged wallet that allows users to exchange and send a variety of cryptocurrencies, usually in small quantities.

According to Coindesk, in addition to the first integration into the TON blockchain, Button Wallet also supports the purchase of cryptocurrencies in French currency. The legal currency channel of the wallet is in cooperation with the payment company Wyre, said Jack Jia, director of institutional business at Wyre:

At Wyre, our mission is to help reduce the barriers to entry for the Crypto platform by providing a compliance portal to the regulated legal world.

... A major achievement of Button Wallet is to help users familiar with Telegrams make it easy for apps to buy cryptocurrencies and keep money in the newsletter.

The CEO of the wallet company said it only supports the dollar sent through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) to receive and pay the transfer, and points out that it plans to soon increase the sale of French currency from Europe and Asia. While wallets can store several other digital assets, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Decentralized Stabilized Currency DAI are the only cryptocurrencies that can be purchased in US dollars.

According to reports, Button Wallet said it is ready to integrate Telegram's upcoming GRAM tokens.

Currently, users can try the Button Wallet wallet on the official website of Button Wallet.

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According to the official website, the wallet currently supports BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, ETC, Waves, Stellar Lumens (XLM) and ERC-20 tokens. US users can also purchase cryptocurrencies in a fixed currency (US$).
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