Telegram Messenger is a cloud-based instant messaging app that is available on all major platforms, including iOS, Android, and PC. It is free to use and can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store. Despite the fact that we live in an age where security and dependability in software are of fundamental significance, Telegram as an application truly stands out owing to its sturdy design and extensive feature set.
The messenger has experienced numerous transformations over the years, but the spirit of the application has remained unchanged. Initial debate raged over whether or not the Telegram messaging network was as secure and private as it purported to be, and the only way to reach a decision was to dig back into the application’s history and learn more about how it came to be. In this post, we will provide a brief overview of the history of the popular Telegram Messenger, starting with its inception.
The Durov brothers launched Telegram in 2013 as a way to communicate with one another (Nikolai Durov and Pavel Durov). They were previously recognised for being the founders of the Russian social networking site VK, which was later purchased by the Mail.ru media conglomerate.
The two brothers took a methodical approach to building the Telegram messenger after they were expelled from VK. While Nikolai concentrated on developing the MTProto protocol (which is now known as the Telegram Messenger’s backbone), Pavel concentrated on the financial aspects of the project by providing funds from his Digital fortress fund and bringing on board his business partner at the time, Axel Neff, as a second co-founder.
Founders of Telegram have stated that the eventual purpose of the company is not to make money; yet, a search on the internet reveals that the company is not registered as a nonprofit organisation. This leads us to believe that Telegram would welcome the opportunity to create substantial revenue while still pursuing a more significant ultimate goal.
The geographical origins of Telegram are a fascinating narrative in and of themselves. The corporation is registered as both an English limited liability partnership (LLP) and an American limited liability company (LLC). Although the team’s registered headquarters were in Germany from 2014 to 2015, the team was forced to relocate on a regular basis after failing to get residence permits for all of the team’s members.