Crypterium: Gram token reservations begin before the launch of TON
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Crypterium: Gram token reservations begin before the launch of TON

By Michele Porta - 2 Oct 2019

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As of today, all customers of the Crypterium wallet will be able to reserve the long-awaited Telegram GRAM token before the official launch of the Telegram Open Network (TON), the blockchain of the online messaging giant.

Crypterium began developing its blockchain-based products at the beginning of 2017 and now has around 500,000 customers worldwide. It is considered one of the most promising fintech companies by KPMG and H2 Ventures.

Steven Parker, CEO of Crypterium, said:

“Telegram has over 260 million users worldwide and there’s a lot of expectations on how Gram may leverage that massive user base. We don’t want our users to be left aside from such an important event for the entire digital currency industry”.

Users will be able to reserve the Gram token on the Crypterium wallet from today, October 2nd, 2019, while stocks last.

The payment methods accepted are several and obviously in cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), USD Coin (USDC) and CRPT, the native token of Crypterium.

The value of the Gram token will be fixed day by day. Gram’s initial price has been set at €3.50.

Parker went on to say:

“If you’re waiting for the Gram tokens’ arrival, this is a great opportunity since Crypterium is taking all the risk. As soon as it launches, you’ll get your Gram no matter what. Even if the price jumps to $15 by the time it launches, we’ll still deliver it”.

Telegram, between March and June last year, raised about $1.7 billion in two private sales of $850 million for its Gram token.

The messaging giant plans to release its mainnet on October 31st, 2019. The Gram tokens will be recorded on the Crypterium wallet as soon as the network is online.

In the event that the TON mainnet does not launch for any technical or commercial reason, users will be fully reimbursed.

 

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