Tron’s Justin Sun Announces Upcoming “niTRon” Blockchain Conference In January 2019


TRON Foundation is bringing their resources and blockchain knowledge to the masses. On October 27th, CEO and founder Justin Sun posted to Twitter about their new event – the “niTRon” summit.

The post said,

This is the first summit of this kind from the TRON Foundation, focusing primarily on blockchain and teaching attendees about the blockchain ecosystem as a whole. They will be privy to multiple discussions, speeches, and other activities at the event as industry experts speak on cryptocurrency tokens and blockchain technology.

The primary focus of the TRON Foundation is to establish an ecosystem for blockchain technology that thrives on being stable, secure, and transparent. However, their support goes beyond the benefits that it can offer to investors; developers and programmers rely on their technology to help them create decentralized applications on their own.

In an uncredited quote on KoinAlert, the mission of the Tron Foundation was noted.

“TRON believes in a decentralized internet that is democratic, open and controlled by users instead of a few huge conglomerates. We are working hard to build infrastructure to empower developers to build the best Dapps on one of the fastest networks.”

Along with the TRON Foundation’s plans for their upcoming summit, they recently joined a partnership with Binance to create the Blockchain Charity Foundation. The new foundation is supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as well. To make this news even better for the TRON Foundation, their TRX digital token was recently listed on Trust Wallet for storage.

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