- Tron’s niTron summit attracted key figures in the crypto market.
- Tron has 145 DApps and 3,000 developers within the network.
The 9th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Tron has just concluded the first ever niTron Summit 2019. The founder of the network, Justin is reported to have made a number of claims during the summit that might not sit well with some participants of the crypto market.
The niTron Summit lasted for a couple of days and was held in San Francisco from January 17 – 18. The agenda of the summit was to attract key figures in the crypto market from top speakers, developers, and crypto enthusiasts. The conference was also used to showcase new ideas and experiences in addition to helping the participants network for future potential projects in the industry.
One of the key figures at the summit, Marcus Zhao who heads the Tron public chain praised the achievements in the recent past. He also talked about the future plans where he reckoned at Tron “will listen to the community to achieve the decentralization of developing team and attract more developers to join us.”
Another prominent developer within the network, Li Cong said that Tron is not just a protocol but an ecosystem. He added that Tron is on its way to surpassing EOS owing to the fact that it has 145 DApps already deployed boasting of over 3,000 developers within Tron network.
The founder of Tron, Justin Sun was quite ambitious in his speech where he said that the crypto community can expect more than 2,000 DApps released to the market before the end of this year. He encouraged developers to consider Tron for their decentralized applications saying his team is constantly working to ensure that DApp developers have all the support they need.
At the time of writing, Tron (TRX) is trading at $0.025 following a 5.39% rise in the last 24 hours. The asset sits in the 9th position in the market with a cap of $1.6 billion and a 24-hour exchange trading volume of $205 million.
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