TRON (TRX) Moves Up To Secure The 9th Position In The Cryptocurrencies Market

TRON owner Justin Sun has tweeted that TRON is going to introduce a ‘TronVM’ virtual machine on May 25th. The engine is reputed to support the Ethereum (ETH) virtual machine. This comes in a moment when the approaching deadline for the implementation of the TRON’s core network is now counting less than 9 days and has caught the crypto enthusiasts attention.

At this moment, TRON (TRX) is traded at $0.079, registering an increase of about 5% in the last 24 hours.

TRON (TRX) moved up to secure the 9th position in the cryptocurrencies market

With a market cap of about $5.2 billion, TRX is securing the 9th position in the crypto market, ahead of IOTA (MIOTA) by about $400 million. Even more, TRON (TRX) seems unstoppable now and is heading towards Stellar (XLM).

Not surprisingly, TRX was one of the big gainers of the day, as it marked a gain of about 19% earlier today. On the other hand, this crypto coin is the only one in the Top 10 which registers gains, while all the other major cryptocurrencies are ‘downtrending’.

TRON community will strongly contribute to the TRX growth once the TRON’s Mainnet will be up and running

The TRON community strongly supports the idea that with each accomplishment within the system, shifts in crypto-verse are going to be of the utmost relevance in terms of accountability.

The TRON network has enhanced its TPS system with better features than that of Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

Its highly decentralized allocation system is on a par with the rise in its world ranking among the other cryptos. It is rumored that the introduction of TRON’s mainnet will unleash more than 1 million TRX owners who will actively contribute to the TRON (TRX) constant growth in market cap.

In the meantime, TRON devs got two new co-workers in the name of Marius Gill, a German DApp developer, and Sean Liu, an ex-data engineer at Gridsum.

The future looks good for TRX, definitely.

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