Telegram’s unreleased Gram tokens are set for sale to the public at a price three times of its private placement. Still, the source from Telegram says they’ve never heard of Gram Asia.
As it appears, Telegram GRAM token sale, which was announced yesterday by Liquid, a Japanese exchange, won’t happen after all. At least not on Liquid and not by Gram Asia. This was a big bluff, and many journalists took the bite.
Crypto trading platform Liquid announced they are holding a public sale of Telegram Open Network’s digital token – GRAM. To list the token, the platform partnered with Gram Asia, the largest holder of the native token of TON blockchain in Asia.
Messaging app Telegram, that boasts over 200 million users, is planning to launch its Telegram Open Network (TON) in the third quarter of 2019.
WhatsApp users can now send and receive Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) via the popular messaging platform thanks to the Lite.Im bot.
Dr. Demetrios Zamboglou, Fintech Executive, Blockchain Expert, and ICO Advisor, shares his insights into Telegram potential: be it their own TON Network, or Gram cryptocurrency, explaining why it may be a case for investors of cashing in at the right time.
Telegram launched private testing of its Telegram Open Network. The new blockchain is available to several development teams at the moment.
According to the New York Times report, Facebook plans to use its crypto token for in-app payments across its suite of applications. The Facebook Coin will be a stablecoin pegged to three different fiat currencies.
As experts have estimated, the total capitalization of Gram could be worth $29.5 billion by the end of 2019.
The Xena Exchange platform is prepared to create a derivative on Telegram’s GRAM token. Investors would be able to trade the GRAM tokens before they are issued on the Telegram TON project. Xena’s derivative would be available as of Feb. 27.