The company “Cryptokey” (Cryptocean) has accused the founder of the messenger Telegram Pavel Durov of plagiarism. The firm claimed that the actor used the technology developed Cryptocean while creating a platform TON. About it reports RBC.
The statement of claim was registered in the Zamoskvoretsky court of Moscow. The document says that the actor or his representative shall be familiarized with technology at a closed demonstrate. Some time later, the Telegram was presented the program, which is supposedly very similar to the development of Cryptocean.
Now the company asks the court to recognize their rights to the program and to prohibit its use. However, while the judge studies the materials, the decision on acceptance of the claim is pending.
As stated on the website Cryptocean, currently the project is conducting presale activity. It is reported that the startup has already raised $1 million
The project offers users the following services: making and receiving payments, conversion of funds into other currencies, completion of the Fiat and cryptocurrency debit and credit cards, pay salaries to employees, etc.
We will remind, in the first round of the closed ICO Telegram raised $850 million from 81 of the investor, including billionaire Yuri Milner, head of Qiwi Sergey Solonin, one of the founders of the “Wimm-bill-Dann” David Yakobashvili. In the second round of the messenger managed to raise another $850 million And recently Telegram has filed a lawsuit against the American company Lantah LLC planning to release a coin Gram.