12/03/19 12:57 UTC-4

TRON approached $ 44 million overtaking EOS and Ethereum

TRON approached $ 44 million overtaking EOS and Ethereum
TRON ahead of EOS and Ethereum in daily transactions

TRON CEO Justin Sun a few days ago turned to Twitter with the announcement that the number of daily transactions conducted by TRON exceeded EOS and Ethereum.

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TRON transactions

The total number of transactions taking place in the TRON blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
is now approaching $ 44 million. For comparison, Ethereum has 4.4 million dollars, while EOS has 11.6 million. TRON bypassed both by about $ 28 million.

Ethereum has long been a major competitor to TRON. One of the initially established tasks of TRON was to enter the top four cryptocurrencies, ranked by market capitalization, with the hope of ousting Ethereum.

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TRON approached $ 44 million overtaking EOS and Ethereum. Each project has its own unique advantages, but it has been TRON that has very successfully proved itself in the crypto-market lately and always comes first.

Today, TRON has grown by less than 1%, tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details
at $ 0.022.

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21/03/19 10:11 UTC-4

North Korean revolutionaries sell visas for Ethereum

​The revolutionaries in North Korea who hope to overthrow Kim Jong-un and the entire government began to sell visas to the desired country in exchange for Ethereum. If they succeed, users who acquire these visas will be free to visit the country without any other powers.

13/03/19 10:47 UTC-4

The SEC chairman confirms that cryptocurrencies like Ethereum are not securities

On March 12, Coincenter, a human rights group on cryptocurrency and blockchain, published a correspondence between Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Jay Clayton, and Representative Ted Budd. The letter explains that the analysis of employees confirms that Ethereum and similar cryptocurrencies are not subject to securities laws.

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