Tronscan V2 Gives Users Super Representatives Benefits in the Network

The Super Representative Election announced for June the 26th will be selecting 27 Super Representatives for the network that will help it growth. With the latest announcement of Tronscan V2, Super Representatives will have the possibility to manage the information that is being published and, in this way, gain more votes.

As informed by Tron, Super Representatives would be able to manage transactions that will take place on the network, and produce nodes. The Tron network is also expected to keep expanding during the next months, its cryptocurrency TRX will be listed in other important cryptocurrency exchanges in the market.

The election plan of Tron Super Representatives will work in a similar way to the Bitcoin super miner. With a lucrative approach the elected representatives will be collectively participating in the Tron’s network.

The reward for the Super Representatives seems very attractive for the members of the community and it occupies an important portion in Tron’s cumulative community rewards expenses.

In the future, if Tron is able to exceed the market value of Ethereum, then, the supernodes will be able to have important returns for their activities.

Some important names in the cryptocurrency world are ready to become Super Representatives, including Antpool, BitcoinWorld, RightBTC, and many others. It is just a matter of time to know who will be the new representatives and how they will make Tron’s network better.

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