Button Wallet adds TON support

Posted 27 August, 2019

Users of the mobile communications giant Telegram will soon be able to try cryptocurrency trading using the first free cryptocurrency testing platform on the Telegram Open Network (TON). The service will be provided by the developers of BUTTON Wallet.

''Any Telegram user can activate Button's Telegram Open Network wallet and receive the 6.6 testnet grams on the account. Button Wallet supports bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin, amongst others,'' assure the developers.

Ahead of the TON blockchain network launch scheduled for October 2019, BUTTON gives Telegram users the opportunity to buy and trade digital assets without the risk of losing real money.

"Cryptos' biggest obstacle is mass adoption and what we’ve created will help people comfortable with trading cryptocurrency without using real money,"  said Alex Safonov, co-founder and chief executive of Button Wallet.

Practical skills on a test wallet will help users familiarize themselves with the principles of the banking ecosystem of instant messengers.

The chief operating officer of BUTTON Wallet, believes that the introduction of a test platform will overcome the fear of many users of new financial technologies. The official press release details the step-by-step installation guide for the BUTTON Wallet bot. BUTTON's Telegram wallet supports Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), LTC, BCH, ETC, Waves, Stellar Lumens (XLM) and ERC-20 tokens.

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