— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 18, 2018But things don't appear to be all sunshine and rainbows just yet.
Connection IssuesOne user reported an error when trying to connect to TRON on the Ledger Nano S.
Other users seemed to be having a similar issue.
anyone else getting a java script error when nano s tries to connect to tron?— miŁknon (@Milknon5Billion) July 19, 2018
Ledger has yet to formally announce that it has fixed the TRON connection issue—besides, it may just be an issue with the TRON wallet. However, the cold storage wallet company has provided its users with a tutorial on how to transfer TRON to the Ledger Nano S.
Same here. Maybe that you have not enough memory left on the ledger. Cant hold more than about 7 different crypto apps before running out of space which i think is pretty poor— Cryptonian (@JonJimbo2) July 18, 2018
For all of you that use Ledger Blue, a representative from the company tweeted that for the moment there is no ETA on Blue supporting TRX. But at least the Ledger Nano S supports TRON now, right?
please refer to our TRON tutorial : https://t.co/R2z2Ah2lH3— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) July 19, 2018
TRON (TRX) Expanding
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 18, 2018
The TRON Foundation now has two headquarters—one in Beijing and the other in San Fransisco. Since its main net launch over a month ago, it seems the blockchain project is running fairly smoothly. TRX still remains in the 11th spot for market cap, just out of reach of the top ten. At press time, TRON (TRX) is trading at $0.0391 a coin, down -1.35%, in 24 hours. >> EOS is Breaking Transaction Processing Speed Records Featured Image: Twitter
A new day a new office! Yesterday we showed you the view from our new San Francisco office, today it's a team pic in the new Beijing office! #TRON is growing fastCheck out the jobs here and join the best team! https://t.co/HpqWq7Mlq6 😉🚀 $TRX pic.twitter.com/iBqBLIkRdU — Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) July 19, 2018