New Tron Super Representative (SR) Has No Blocks Created, Community Calls for Stability

TRON’s blockchain has presented a new method for block confirmation on the platform. The new method entails proof-of-stake voting mechanisms with centralization. These feature promote speed and scalability. Further, the blocks are created by Super Representatives, which are validators.

There are over 160 candidates looking to be a super representative on the platform, but only 27 of them will be selected. The TRON community determines who will have the opportunity to be a representative. Representatives must have more votes than the late candidate and their own community votes for them as well.

Aside from transaction confirmation, the representatives perform technical governance as well. Anyone can apply to be a super representative, but generally, the applicant must have over 10000 TRX in their account.

Every block that the representative generates will be compensated with 32 TRX coins. All super representatives will collectively receive 336,384,000 TRX coins within the first year and the rewards are credited to the representative’s sub account in the super ledger.

It may also be the case that where a representative that does not produce any blocks within the first 24 hours, that representative will be removed from the list. This promotes more competition and may even lead to better results. What does the cryptocurrency community who are involved with Justin Sun's Tron think about this matter?

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