The month of October saw many altcoins continue to bleed out in price, with ethereum (ETH) and ripple (XRP) each declining by more than 10 percent. After almost ten months of mostly bearish price action in the cryptocurrency space, there was just one crypto token that managed to tread water in October — tron (TRX). Continue reading Tron the Only Major Crypto Post Gains in October
TRON Mainnet is launching soon.
Token migration from ERC20 TRX to Mainnet TRX will occur betweenJune 21st – June 25th (GMT+8).
Ensure that you deposit your TRX tokens to CoinFalcon 24 hours before the migration begins. Continue reading Tron Mainnet Lauched! Trade TRX on CoinFalcon Today
Tron Buys BitTorrent
Following weeks of gossip, reports have confirmed that Justin Sun’s Tron has acquired BitTorrent in a deal valued at $140 mln.
April Fool’s Day is over, but Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin is not quite finished poking fun at blockchain startup Tron over longstanding plagiarism allegations. Continue reading Vitalik Buterin Continues to Troll Tron
Tron has jumped 25% in price against the dollar. Tron’s TRX tokens were trading for $0.045 yesterday, with the price jumping to $0.056 earlier today. The move places Tron as the fourteenth most valuable cryptocurrency in terms of market cap, with a total valuation surpassing $3.4b and overtaking Ethereum Classic. It’s possible that the price increase followed the news that the virtual currency had been listed on the Bittrex exchange, with investors expecting that the move would increase exposure and adoption. Founder Justin Sun received over five thousand likes for his tweet responding to the exchange’s announcement, which demonstrates the large community that the platform is building. It seems more likely however that the jump in price is connected with the news that the platform will launch ahead of schedule. A blog post from the organisation based on a WeChat conversation with Tron’s technical team revealed that the launch had been pushed forwards from July 1st to May 31st – an entire month. Developer Lucien Chen stated that the push forwards had been made possible by prioritizing what needed to be done for the launch and scheduling everything not essential to be implemented after the mainnet release.