In a recent trending video clip shared on Twitter by Peter McCormack, Justin Sun, the young Tron CEO who is presently attending the much-publicized Satoshi Roundtable in North America was sighted admitting that the digital token TRX is a Shitcoin.
The video has since gone viral with over 100,000 views in less than 3 hours. In the video clip, Sun was repeatedly saying “buy my Shitcoin”.
The reason behind this statement has not been ascertained. In another tweet, Peter McCormack recited what Justin Sun admitted for clarity.
He said, “Tron is a stupid shitcoin – Justin isn’t coming on the show – I haven’t been paid anything by Justin – Justin hasn’t lent me a private jet. Justin admitted on camera that Tron is a shitcoin. Goal achieved. If anyone sees this & buys Tron then lol. Next?”
Watch the video below:
My exclusive interview with @justinsuntron is now available.
Hot tip for a Pulitzer. pic.twitter.com/TZaedkezOX
— Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) February 9, 2020
Tron (TRX) Hits Milestone in Block Heights and Total Transactions
According to a recent update, Tron (TRX) has just hit a milestone in block height and total transactions. This is a reflection of the consistent development within the Tron Ecosystem despite the open confession of Tron CEO Justin Sun.
This new development was hinted by Misha Lederman, the Co-founder of IAmDecentralized.org, who doubles as Director of Marketing and Communications at TronWallet.
He made this revelation via his Twitter handle a few hours ago. On the chart he captioned in the Tweet, Tron surpassed 17 million in block height and 886,646,113 total transactions.
He said, “While you’re busy arguing which coin is more or less of a shitcoin, TRON just passed 17 million in block height & 886,646,113 total transactions Truth of the matter is: Users use TRX daily. All txs on TRON are delivered in under 3 sec Dapps need speed, efficiency & reliability.”
While you're busy arguing which coin is more or less of a shitcoin, TRON just passed 17 million in block height & 886,646,113 total transactions
Dapps need speed, efficiency & reliability pic.twitter.com/Ht6bNX9ggx
— Misha Lederman (@mishalederman) February 9, 2020