The founder and CEO of Tron (TRX) Justin Sun has recently hinted at the purpose of USDJ and the newly created Just (JST) token.
He said the two stable coins are not meant to compete with other stablecoins in the market, but to complement the key link of the lack of decentralized stablecoins in the TRON ecosystem.
Justin Sun made this known in a tweet shared moments ago in Chinese. According to the Tron (TRX) founder, the USDT ecosystem has become stronger on TRON, stressing that the decentralized stablecoin needs replenishment.
Conclusively, he said the value of both USDJ and Just (JST) will steadily show up with the advancement of TRON ecology.
“Many people do not understand that the essence of USDJ and JST is not to compete with other stablecoins in the stablecoin market, but to complement the key link of the lack of decentralized stablecoins in the TRON ecosystem.
“Although the USDT ecosystem has become stronger on the TRON, the decentralized stablecoin is like an ecosystem niche and must be replenished. The value of USDJ and JST will gradually show up with the development of TRON ecology.”
TRX is now supported on Cryptocurrency Tip Bot (CCTip)
Cryptocurrency Tip Bot (CCTip), the popular airdrop tool, has recently announced that Tron (TRX) is now supported on its platform.
It added that users can now list their TRC20/10 tokens on CCTip.
CCTip shared this, “Sorry to have kept you waiting! TRX is now supported on CCTip – the most popular airdrop/tipping tool. Welcome to list your TRC20/10 tokens on CCTip. Giving away 10000 TRX to 10000 users to share! RT now, the TRX will instantly arrive.”
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