Pavel Durov’s Telegram Open Network (TON) platform introduced a compiled test Gram wallet for regular users. Versions are available for Windows, macOS, and Linux 64 operating systems.
To start using the Gram wallet, just perform a simple installation on your computer. The app will prompt the user to record and save 24 secret words that will be used to gain access to the wallet in the event of a device change or recovery. Then the user needs to set their own password.
The wallet interface is very simple. There is a section with settings where you can set only a few parameters – automatic updates of the version and configuration file. In addition, users can change their password, create a backup copy of the Gram wallet, and delete the wallet. The only thing missing is the ability to generate test Gram tokens for operations on your own.
Developer information, instructions, and the source code of the wallet are published on Github.
Recall that in October, Telegram introduced the first version of the rules for using the Gram cryptocurrency wallet, which was designed to store the same name tokens. Just two weeks before the scheduled date, the launch of the TON platform was postponed to April 30, 2020 due to a lawsuit with the US securities and exchange Commission (SEC), which considered Gram tokens “securities”.