Justin Sun, the young co-founder of TRON and one of the few students of Jack Ma has frequently been posting about TRON’s token migration. This will change a few things as Tron’s team will move away from being an ERC20 token to a native blockchain and currency.
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Today, Justin Sun tweeted an offer saying:
“$TRX #TRON mainnet will be launched soon, we prepared millions of #TRX candies, join us https://tron.network/activity/d8c1d… to get #TRX candies, you can also get more by inviting friends, the airdrop will be ended at 12:00 AM June, 1, if candies were given out, it will be ended in advance.”
According to the tweet, TRON will giveaway 2 TRX for the first time on a purchase, and one can get an additional 4 TRX if an invite to join the group is sent to a friend, and up to 150 people are invited to limit each invitation. This giveaway of coins or as the co-founder calls it “Candies” will be a part of the promotional airdrop event of TRON.
Wahid Fayad, a Twitterati sarcastically commented:
“2 TRX giveaway? You guys are crazy to spend that much for a giveaway!”
TRON has received support from various cryptocurrency exchange platforms, which he has announced publicly on his tweets such as:
“#TRX $TRX @Liqui_Exchange will support #TRON blockchain upgrade and token migration.”
And recently today he tweeted:
“#TRX $TRX @Dragonex_io will support #TRON blockchain upgrade and token migration.”
Along with these platforms, TRON has the support of Upbit, Bithumb, and IDAX.
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