TRON [TRX] The TRON main net is just six days away from launch. The team behind the project has been juggling various tasks in the ramp up to this launch.
On June 21st, TRON will initiate its ERC20 token swap. The team has been working with various exchanges to handle the token swap manually. Recently, Upbit and Bithumb joined in the mix, alongside many other exchanges that carry TRX on their platforms.
The exchanges currently supporting the TRX token swap include:
TRON’s team unveiled they would be introducing a Tron VM, very similar to Ethereum’s. However, all Ethereum developers will be able to migrate their Ethereum dApps on to the new TRON VM. An unexpected move from the TRON team.
The latest announcement by the TRON team is the most interesting yet.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) May 24, 2018
Very similar to the highly used web source, Wikipedia, TRON has built its own. TRON’s medium post about the Wiki Library says:
“As a brand new and open encyclopedia, Wiki records TRON’s major dynamics and technological advances, allowing anyone to read TRON’s blockchain technology and relevant information, including blockchain explorers, wallets, TRON underlying protocols, and TRON events — Tron Programming Contest, TRON LOAN, TRON PG, etc. Same as an encyclopedia, Wikis fully document the real-time development of TRON, thus providing all participants with the freest TRON documents.”
The Wiki Library is an open project that allows joint creation and improvement from TRON supporters. It is a freely accessible and freely editable knowledge system, like Wikipedia, expect it is not centrally governed by one individual party.
At press time TRX is trading at $0.0717 a coin, down –0.29%, in 24 hours.
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