First Chance to Buy TON's Unlocked Gram Tokens Has Arrived

The ATAIX crypto exchange platform is hosting a Gram sale event, selling unlocked Gram contracts that will instantly be converted into Grams and become tradable following the launch of the TON network. This is the first event of its kind, providing its users with the earliest opportunity get to get their hands on Gram tokens that they will receive as soon as TON launches.

Telegram Open Network TON- the highly anticipated project from Telegram, the popular messaging service- has been in the works for years and has become one of the most highly anticipated projects in blockchain history. The platform is designed to host a number of services, with speed, security, and scalability in mind. As of now, the project is looking like it will be released on October 31st as was anticipated previously, as its testnet launch had some promising results.

Gram is the native utility token for TON, and one that has created some major buzz in the crypto world. At its ICO, Gram shattered records by amassing $1.7 billion dollars. Gram itself might be the most highly anticipated crypto ever.

Since the ICO, there have been no sales of unlocked Grams, making ATAIX’s event especially unique. The event began today (September 19th) at 9:00AM UTC, and will be carried on for five days until September 24th, during which Grams will be sold for 3.99USDT a pop. A second round is planned for another five days from September 25th to the 30th, for which there will be a price increase from 3.99 to 4.99USDT per Gram.

As this is an event for ATAIX users alone, anyone interested needs to sign up for an account on their platform and verify their account thereafter. Registration is free and verification is only a few simple steps. Once registered and verified, users cane head on over to and join the event.

ATAIX is an EU based exchange and trade platform with many coins listed for users to trade. Anyone with questions and inquiries regarding the event is encouraged to contact their support.

Grams can be purchased solely through USDT (Tether), a stablecoin with a value 1:1 equal to the USD. Anyone who wants to get their hands on some Grams should make sure they have some USDT on their ATAIX account. Their platform makes depositing USDT or trading for it easy, as it can be traded for with several other cryptos they have listed.

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Bitcoin Whale Reportedly Risks 800 BTC for $0.01 Payout in Dogecoin

A bitcoin whale has supposedly risked a total of 800 BTC, worth around $5.8 million, to help the cryptocurrency remain at the $7,200 mark in a bid to win a bet he made on social media.

A Twitter exchange between Dogecoin supporter Samu and bitcoin whale Joe007 shows that both agreed to bet on bitcoin’s future price, with Samu agreeing to pay 5 million DOGE (around $11,000) to the whale if BTC traded above $7,100, and the whale agreeing to pay Samu the same amount if it was below $7,100 at 13:00 UTC on December 12.

The BTC whale ended up winning the bet as the price of the flagship cryptocurrency didn’t drop below the agreed-upon mark. Some of those watching the thread, however, noted that something seemed to be going on before the bet’s deadline expired.

The bet was made according to the price of the Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange, and a trader soon alleged on social media the BTC whale could’ve placed an 800 bitcoin order to “defend” the $7,200 so the cryptocurrency’s price wouldn’t dip.

While it isn’t possible to tell whether Joe007 was the one behind the 800 BTC order, the whale seemed to warn Samu before the bet was made that he was extremely confident he was going to win, tweeting out “you really don’t want to make this bet, believe me…”

After the deadline the posts suggesting market manipulation came out so Samu said he “got revenge” on the bitcoin whale cheating, by offering to pay him only 6 DOGE, currently worth about $0.013.

The Dogecoin addresses Joe007 showed as the destination for the funds currently has little over 10,000 DOGE in it, worth close to $22. Some argued Samu should have paid the funds as no terms were defined in the bet, while others agreed with him.

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