Announcements of the TRON mainnet transition has been discussed lately throughout the crypto community, especially in message board and other social media. The wait will soon be over to see exactly how this transition will transpire, but that does not stop consumers from wondering what they should expect from the changes.
The company has been working for the last several months to put everything in place for the launch, which will give them the opportunity to be on their own blockchain that is entirely own by TRON. There will be no more reliance on the need for Ethereum or their ERC-20 token.
As TRON sets up the platform, they plan to remain the most substantial protocol for consumers that want to utilize data over a decentralized entertainment ecosystem. By exclusively supporting this structure on their own project, they will keep all the profit in the pockets of the creators of content.
As TRON makes their transition, almost 19 exchanges are supporting it, like Binance and Bitfinex. Once the migration has commenced, there will be a Super Representative Election on June 26th, which appears to the first of many.
The 27 Super Representatives will be elected from the pool of 1 million supporters of Tron’s platform. The choices made during the election will mold the future of TRON, so these selections need to be made with great care.
Each candidate for the election will have major responsibilities, acting as the guardians to the network as they preserve its validation. They also have a lot of hype to live up to, considering the countdown to the new platform’s public release and the expectancy to maintain the mainnet that consumers are familiar with.
Social media followers of TRON have expressed their opinions on Twitter, demonstrating the markets expectation for something grand and to maintain the TRX value.
Right now, the TRX token is between the 9th and 10th position on the market, showing instability as the changes take place. The current value of the token is $0.064.