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#Tron (#TRX) Announces Accelerator Plan For DApp Creation With $1 Million in Prizes

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A few hours ago, Justin Sun announced via twitter that TRON (TRX) would be launching an accelerator plan geared towards encouraging the development of DApps on the network. His tweet went on to state the following: This industry-leading plan, #TRON accelerator plan will empower developers and start-ups to develop #Dapps based on TRON protocol, one of the most active protocols with a daily transaction volume of over 1 million and more than 600,000 wallets. As stated by Justin, the plan will empower developers and start-ups to develop DApps on the Tron protocol. The Tron network has continued to exceed expectations with the amount of daily transactions it can handle as well as the number of total user accounts. In the last 24 hours, Tron has handled 2,393,997 transactions and has 702,111 user accounts. This type of stability and efficiency is what developers look for in a blockchain network when creating a decentralized application.

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 $1,002,756,561 and it has a circulating supply of 66,142,626,902 TRX. It's down 0.70% over the past 24 hours and is currently trading at $0.015161

Tron (TRX) can be bought with fiat dollars, debit and credit cards on cryptocurrency exchanges such as



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