TRON CEO Aims To Be A Blockchain Hero For ETH And EOS Developers, Bringing Them Out Of Alleged “Collapse”
Justin Sun, the CEO of TRON, has been aggressive about his pursuance to innovate within the cryptocurrency market. As Ethereum and EOS developers have suffered during “the collapse” of their platforms, Sun has expressed his intention to use the decentralized internet protocol to create a fund that can help.
The offer, which seems official at this point, was made under one condition – that the developers agree to bring their decentralized apps to the Tron network.
The post read –
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) December 7, 2018
Though it isn’t clear if this is meant with good intentions or mockingly, EOS New York did not take the offer well. The account, which is believed to be held by one of the block producers for EOS, responded,
“We think we will be just fine given the billion dollars in VC funding for #EOS and #EOSIO projects that is locked and loaded around the world at Galaxy, SVK Crypto, Tomorrow, etc. Appreciate the offer, though. Best of luck, Justin.”
Comments on the thread showed a wide variety of responses from other uses, ranging from affirmation to condemnation, though there were also calls from the community to unify in power. One of the users referenced the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork, noted, “looks like after the #hashwar we now have a #dapp war.”
Sun hasn’t exactly been silent about the way that his competitors have performed in the industry through Twitter. Two months ago, the CEO was boasting about the power that the network’s Odyssey 3.1 version over Ethereum’s speed and EOS’s costs. However, this announcement was well-played, considering the 7% jump that it caused.
Even though Sun has remained confident about his platform, TRX, ETH, and EOS tokens have all been suffering during the volatile market. Presently, as of December 7th at 12:15pm PST, TRX (#10) is down by 2.15%, trading at $0.013246. ETH (#3) is down by 2.64%, trading at $94.72, while EOS (#8) is down by $12.88% with a $1.73 price tag.