TON Labs and China’s Blockchain-based service network collaborate to create Telegram-based TON protocol applications.

The partnership gives BSN developers access to TON technology, according to an announcement released on Monday.

As with other adaptations of public networks to BSN China’s infrastructure, TON Labs adapts the Telegram-based TON protocol in accordance with the requirements of Chinese law. Thus, the implementation of the TON network at BSN China will be in the Open Permissioned Blockchain or OPB version.

According to Hei Yifan, CEO of Red Date Technology, one of the founders of BSN, Chinese developers will see the low-latency scalable TON blockchain as a suitable baseline for developing useful applications.

For TON Labs, collaboration with a Chinese blockchain infrastructure project will help increase developer activity on the TON protocol, which will add value to the project.

Cyril Paglino, CEO of TON Labs, commented on the potential benefits of collaboration for both partners, noting that this demonstrates the potential for creating beneficial alliances between decentralized and centralized institutions, adding:

“It’s a creative way to send a compelling message that a company, country or people, even when faced with certain legal obstacles, can still find a way to use technology that is for everyone on the planet, regardless of local requirements. exist. while staying in line. Complete, face to face, accept. ”
As Cointelegraph previously reported, the technology remains behind the project, although Telegram dropped the TON blockchain after regulators left the Gram token project. Instead of being managed by the messaging app service, the protocol is now owned by the community under the Free TON Network.

TON is the latest public release of blockchain launched in the authorized BSN China. Due to the strict regulations in China, the BSN project has two main applications – BSN China and BSN International.

Back in February, Cosmos became the first public blockchain added to BSN China.

Source: CoinTelegraph

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