The TON blockchain enables secure on-chain crypto messaging. In this post, we will talk about TON blockchain secure messenger. Stay tuned with Pooyan Music.
The network previously allowed users to send chain messages. But only in unencrypted and completely public form.
The Open Network (TON) has released an on-chain encrypted messaging feature, according to a July 3 announcement by the network’s developer, the TON Foundation. The new feature allows sending private messages between TON users.
TON is a blockchain network from the code team of Telegram instant messaging app. Telegram abandoned the project in July 2020. Before the main network is launched. However, it opened the TON code before it left the source.. then provided a continuation of the activity based on previous records and progress.
The current network called “TON” is built by the TON Foundation. According to the foundation, this network offers greater scalability and transaction throughput than other options in the Web3 ecosystem. And of course, it remains decentralized at the same time.
TON has always allowed users to send messages in transactions. But in the past these messages were quite public. The new feature allows users to encrypt these messages end-to-end. and can only be read by the intended recipient.
According to Anatoly Makosov, lead developer of TON, this feature is for “personalization” of transactions.
“When sending Toncoins, Jettons, or NFTs on TON, you can always include a text like ‘for coffee’ or ‘happy birthday’ to the recipient, thus personalizing the interaction. This popular feature is now available with full encryption.
That would be useful if there was an “apocalypse” that would knock out traditional messaging servers, Makosov added. In this case, TON acts as a “reliable” and “protected” method for private communication.
Crypto messages are currently available using several retail wallet apps, including MyTonWallet, OpenMask, and TON Wallet. This feature will also be added to the Tonkeeper mobile wallet in future updates.
In May, the TON Foundation launched a $25 million accelerator program. To encourage application developers to build on the network. In November, an independent development team created a Telegram trading bot for TON internal users.