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  2. Telegram (software) - Wikipedia

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    Download QR code; Wikidata item; ... Telegram Web A / Web K: Web: Yes: ... The code for the legacy web client called Webogram is available as well, though this ...

  3. Worldwide use of telegrams by country - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of telegram services by country. Algérie Poste offers electronic telegram services under the name Barki@tic. Correo Argentino still offers telegram service within Argentina and to international destinations. Post Aruba still offers telegram service. Australia Post closed its telegram service on 7 March 2011.

  4. Russian darknet market conflict - Wikipedia

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    In December of the same year, a bus plastered with logos and a QR code from the darknet site Kraken blocked traffic on the Arbat in Moscow for several hours. In the same month, the Moldovan streamer and tiktoker Necoglai held a stream in a T-shirt with the logo of the Mega marketplace, suggesting people to use the legal file sharing service of ...

  5. Q code - Wikipedia

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    The Q-code is a standardised collection of three-letter codes that each start with the letter "Q". It is an operating signal initially developed for commercial radiotelegraph communication and later adopted by other radio services, especially amateur radio. To distinguish the use of a Q-code transmitted as a question from the same Q-code ...

  6. The Open Network - Wikipedia

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    The Open Network. The Open Network (previously Telegram Open Network, [1] both abb. as TON) is a decentralized computer network [2] consisting of a layer-1 blockchain with various components. TON was originally developed by Nikolai Durov and the messaging platform, Telegram and now embraced by a global community of independent contributors.

  7. Telegram messenger - Wikipedia

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    Telegram messenger. In many English-speaking countries, a telegram messenger, more often known as a telegram delivery boy, telegraph boy or telegram boy was a young man employed to deliver telegrams, usually on bicycle. In the United Kingdom, they were employed by the General Post Office; in the United States, they worked for Western Union or ...

  8. Telegram in Iran - Wikipedia

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    Telegram in Iran. The Telegram instant messaging service has had more than 50 million users in Iran. [1] Following the disruptions caused by the Iranian government in the Viber [2] [3] and Line services, the Iranian people were attracted to Telegram. [4] Security was the most important reason that led to its popularity.

  9. Threema - Wikipedia

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    threema .ch. Threema is a paid cross-platform encrypted instant messaging app developed by Threema GmbH in Switzerland and launched in 2012. The service operates on a decentralized architecture and offers end-to-end encryption. Users can make voice and video calls, send photos, files, and voice notes, share locations, and make groups.