According to an announcement issued on Monday, the partnership grants BSN developers access to TON technology.
As with other instances of adapting public networks to the BSN China infrastructure, TON Labs will adapt the Telegram-built TON protocol to suit the demands of Chinese regulations. Therefore, the TON network implementation on BSN China will be an Open Permissioned Blockchain (OPB).
According to He Yifan, CEO of Red Date Technology — a founding member of the BSN — Chinese developers will be looking to the low latency, scalable TON blockchain as a suitable base layer for developing useful applications.
For TON Labs, participation with the Chinese blockchain infrastructure project will help to enhance developer activity on the TON protocol and bringing more value to the project.
Commenting on the potential advantages of the collaboration for both partners, TON Labs CEO Cyril Paglino noted that it was a testament to the possibility of creating useful alliances between decentralized and centralized enterprises, adding:
“It’s a creative approach to send a strong message that a company, a country, a people, even when facing certain statutory hurdles, can still find a way to use technology earmarked for everyone on the planet despite whatever localized mandates there may be, and while remaining in total compliance, vis-a-vis, adoption.”
As reported by Cointelegraph, TON is the latest public blockchain to make a splash on the permissions BSN China. Given the strict regulatory environment in China, the BSN project has two main implementations — BSN China and BSN International.