thereum has been the world’s second most important cryptocurrency in many ways. It was the blockchain 2.0 pioneer that allowed to use the blockchain to execute smart contracts, it was the second coin by market capitalization for a very long time and its prestige is, again, second only to Bitcoin. Many different blockchain projects that now have lives of their own (including Tron) started running over the Ethereum’s blockchain, using ETH-20 tokens. In a year that has been hell for the cryptosphere, Ethereum has suffered more than most other projects, solid as it used to be. EOS and Tron left the Ethereum network behind to launch their own blockchains and independent networks and tokens. The network’s users have been complaining loudly all year long about how expensive the gas price has become. They’ve also complained about lack of scalability, especially when it happened that a betting game became so popular that it was sucking up most of the network’s power, and left a lot of users unable to run their applications and smart contracts. If all that wasn’t enough, only a weeks ago the ETH token was displaced as the world’s second-biggest by XRP. It’s trading at $124 as we write this and that’s after its today’s surge of more than 15% (the whole market is in green today though). Before today, it has been dealing with red numbers, so traded real close to the psychological $100 barrier and, what’s even worse, for a very short time earlier today, it went below it. Some observers believe that as soon as the ETH price goes to double figures there will be a bullish run on the coin. The fact is that such event already happened a couple of days ago and while it bounced back slightly, there was no bull to be seen anywhere (we’re seeing that today but that’s because of the market trend).
About Tron (TRX): TRON is one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems in the world. TRON is a blockchain-based, open-source protocol for the global digital entertainment industry. TRON supports various kinds of blockchain networks and smart contract systems, including bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Qtum, and other public blockchain smart contracts, provides developers with multiprotocol infrastructure for entertainment app development, and allows users to enjoy smooth multiprotocol smart networks.
TRON (TRX) is the 12th largest cryptocurrency by market cap size. Its market cap is currently $955,937,014 and it has a circulating supply of 65,748,111,645 TRX. It's up 21.83% over the past 24 hours and is currently trading at $0.014539.
Tron (TRX) can be bought with fiat dollars, debit and credit cards on cryptocurrency exchanges such as Changelly.com and it can be bought with cryptocurrency on exchanges such as Binance, and HitBTC.
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