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Cryptocurrency TON (Gram) from Pavel Durov can be presented on forum in Davos

The Creator of the popular messenger Telegram Pavel Durov can use the platform of the world economic forum in Davos, Switzerland and present your Gram digital currency experts and businessmen. This was reported by some media, citing the opinion of the representatives of the crypto community.

Presentation blockchain project TON and Gram coins can be held in Davos, as the forum gathers representatives of major investors, but the heads of IT companies focusing on the development of blockchain technology.

Pavel Durov had been at the Davos forum, but never participated in the presentation of any projects. In the late autumn of last year, the platform TON to operate a coin Gram was developed on 70%.

It is possible that in the beginning of this year the development team has completed the creation of the network, because according to anonymous sources, some investors already have the ability to make transactions with bitcoin in test mode.

The official launch of the platform TON to be held in the second half of this year. Earlier it was reported that Pavel Durov had planned to submit its cryptoprocta until the end of 2018, but for some reason moved his start in 2019.

The Creator of Telegram messenger on your channel in this social network 17 Jan wrote that 2019 will be for his team a new stage in its development. In Telegram will be integrated such options that will make this messenger more popular among Internet users.

Earlier also it was reported that the blockchain-TON platform will be endowed with the function of storing personal information about users. The service received a Telegram Passport name.

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