One of the most potentially successful projects in the field of new technologies in the autumn of 2019 will be launched in test mode. Blockchain Telegram will become a platform not only for making payments. It will be a complex that is built on completely new principles.
When creating the Telegram Open Network TON (TVM) virtual machine, it was decided to abandon all the developments of the preceding commands and write code from scratch. Of course, the experience gained will be taken into account here, however, serious limitations have already been put in the Bitcoin and Ethereum networks. It is planned that the new platform will be able to carry out up to 70,000 operations per second, which is more than 1000 times the speed of its predecessors.
In addition, it promises a record low commission rate per transaction. Such a rate that "customers will not even notice it." However, this was not the main reason for the increased demand for TON tokens. The fact is that the platform will be integrated into the Telegram messenger.
This means that at the start it will already receive 200 million potential users. At its core, the new project is a decentralized platform with an intervening network management style. The blockchain will be placed on users' computers, but the development team will be able to manage the development process. Thanks to this approach, it is planned to make it:
It is known that Telegram Messenger adheres to the principle of complete anonymity of users. In TON, the client must complete a verification by receiving a copy of the passport in order to receive the full range of services. However, immediately after going through the procedure, data about it is deleted. And put a mark that identification is successful. The calculations will be carried out in coins Gram, which have not yet entered the market.
Pavel Durov, the founder of the project, already has several successful cases in his portfolio. The most famous of them is the world's seventh most popular social network VKontakte. It brings together more than 460 million users worldwide.