Telegram team sent investors another letter about the development of the blockchain platform.
The summary of the letter can be described as follows:
Recall that at the end of March this year, the Telegram team also sent a letter to investors. It said that the testnet TON launch is postponed to mid-April, and will be private, only with selected third-party teams.
In mid-April, one of those selected developers reported that each team was able to configure the TON node (decentralized server) and made sure of the claimed speed of transactions within the network.
After previous transferred open accessed TON testnet launches (at the end of 2018 and at the beginning of 2019), it seems that the Telegram Open Network team got into a rut and now really able to execute the promised launch of the blockchain platform in the 3rd quarter of 2019.
It’s important to mention the fact that TON has already sent GRAM tokens to Asian exchanges, such as Binance, Huobi and OKEx.
We believe that this will also help Telegram messenger to attract a new Asian audience thanks to the hype around TON blockchain.
Simultaneously with the letter to investors, the TON team posted the documentation and source codes of the testnet network. At the moment, anyone can try to run their own TON node and inform the developers about the found problems.
Let us explain in order what you can find on this page:
— Source code TON Blockchain Test Network Lite Client;
— Configuration file for TON Blockchain lite client;
— General information for installing Lite Client TON;
— Step-by-step instructions on creating a smart contract (simple wallet) using the Lite Client;
— TON Whitepaper – dated March 2, 2019;
— Document on the TON virtual machine;
— Description of the blockchain TON (perhaps a bit outdated);
— A brief introduction to Fift – it’s a specially programming language for smart contracts of the TON blockchain developed by TON team.