TRON to Move to Own Blockchain

Own public blockchain of tenth largest cryptocurrency is called Odyssey 2.0
31 May 2018   1300

On May 31, at 12:00 UTC, the beta version of the main Tron network was launched. The tenth largest cryptocurrency ($ 4 billion) is migrating from the Ethereum network to its own public blockchain called Odyssey 2.0. This is reported by CCN.

Before the network starts a full life, developers will be engaged in setting up wallets and browsers.

Our team maintains a high standard of excellence as we head towards becoming a mainstream public blockchain. The move of the TRON Protocol to MainNet makes it easier for developers to break away from Ethereum and opens up new doors towards better scaling, commercialization and express lanes needed for global dApp development.

Justin Sun

Founder, TRON

From June 21 to June 24, users will have to transfer their ERC-20 tokens to the cryptoexchanges  that supports the migration to get an equivalent amount of TRX on the new network. The transition of the tokens will end on June 25 - this date the developers named the "Independence Day". 

Tron has functioned as an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum network, and the TRX token has steadily climbed the top 10 market cap charts.

Poloniex Wants to be Tron Super Representative

If the exchange will be elacted, it will be able to participate in the distribution of awards for one and a half million TRX daily
18 November 2019   186

The Poloniex cryptocurrency exchange this Monday announced the nomination of its candidacy for the role of validator in the blockchain project system TRON.

If successful, the exchange will be able to participate in the distribution of awards for one and a half million TRX daily. At the time of publication, she ranks 92nd in the general list of candidates with 32,626 votes, while the last super-representative in the 27th position has 262,320,639 of them.

Some time before, Poloniex opened several trading pairs for the TRX exchange and announced an official collaboration with Justin Sun's project.