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Is it possible to change a deployed smart contract on TON?

Blockchains are considered "append-only" and immutable. But I've heard that in the TON world smart contracts can change their own code. So, is it possible for a contract code to be changed after it was deployed and how does that work?

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Yes, it is possible to change the contract code in TON. Just implement it inside your smart contract that will be updating contract's code using FunC Standard Library (stdlib.fc) function:

() set_code(cell new_code) impure asm "SETCODE";

Simple implementation inside recv_internal:

#include "stdlib.fc";

global slice ctx_owner;

() recv_internal(int my_balance, int msg_value, cell in_msg_full, slice in_msg_body) impure {
	slice cs = in_msg_full.begin_parse();
	int flags = cs~load_uint(4);
	if (flags & 1) { ;; ignore all bounced messages
		return ();
	;; Admin methods
	;; if the in_msg_body is empty, then it is a simple money transfer
	if (equal_slice_bits(sender_addr, ctx_owner) & (~ in_msg_body.slice_empty?())) {
		int op = in_msg_body~load_uint(32);
		if (op == "op::update_code"c) {

Also, you can find specification of set_code here: https://ton.org/docs/develop/func/stdlib/#set_code

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