Tron’s Justin Sun Predicts The TRX Surge of 500% in Dapp Activities on the Network


Over the latter months of 2018, it's been the collective effort within the investment world to get rid of the downwards trend that cryptocurrencies have been enduring. The problem is that this bearish market continues to push ahead with attempts to ease and stop it proving more than a challenge. And while it's been a broader initiative by investors, there's no such thing as a coin that hasn't, in some way, been impacted.

This downward trend, or what we could regard as a drastic bearish swipe, has impacted a large number of coins, including the most prominent ones such as Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Monero (XMR) and TRON (TRX). While these have all been undergoing some serious declines, compared to its larger cousins, TRON has proven itself highly adaptive, as well as having the potential to recover very quickly when compared to other coins.

The CEO and founder of the TRON foundation, Justin Sun, has stated that he wants to keep eyes fixed on the continued evolution of its network, in spite of any downwards trends in the market. In order to redress this point, Sun announced one of the proposed plans dubbed ‘Proposal Seven' during late November. This initiative has its aim at increasing the energy limit within the network, as well as improving the level of support given to developers.

While introduced very recently, Proposal Seven has since undergone the approval of more than 28 of the networks judging bodies: the Super Representatives, and has faced no recorded opposition from SR's. Among those that voted in approval are: BitGuild, dAppHouse, TheLastMe, TronSpark, TronAllianc, Alle-Exchange, Lianjinshu, JustinSunTron among a large number of other Super Representatives yet to declare.

In the wake of recieving these votes, Justin Sun made the following statement through his Twitter account:

“Proposal 7 is approved by #TRON community. We will expect 500% increase of #DApp activities after the activation of Proposal 7. #TRX $TRX”

The Super Representatives themselves have a firm reputation within the Tron network due to the crucial role they play as processors of transactions and information, but also as representatives for their voters. Those that hold any number of TRX, the token native to the network, are able to vote for the candidates that they prefer.  Whoever wins sufficient votes will be able to play the role of validator within the network and govern the ecosystem . to some degree.

These same Super Representatives are then entrusted with the duty of initiating the elements of the Tron Virtual Machine (TVM). To being, each of these representatives is required to make proposals for the activation of particular features. After doing so, other Representatives will then be able to confirm the proposal based on a number of different factors.

From there, this feature will go on to be activated on the Virtual Machine, but this will only happen once it's been passed by a 2/3rds majority of the SRs and within a time span of three days. Should the proposal is passed by less than this number, then it will be considered to be as invalid, and the feature will then have to wait longer until it can be activated or is proposed by another representative.

Nopumpnodump, a Twitterati said:

“Thats how other developers should do even in the bear market.”

Adam, another Twitterati said:

“This will bring some well deserved ovrr due organic grownth imo! #TRX”

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