TronSociety’ Becomes Tron’s Newest TRX Coin Super Representative
In recent weeks, there have arisen a wide array of candidates who have been vouching for the position of being a ‘Super Representative’ on the Tron network. In an effort to elect the right representatives, the Tron Foundation has nudged its community to vote for those entities that they feel will bring the most benefit to the TRX ecosystem.
Up until now, a host of users have voted and it has now come to light that a new Super Representative has been added to the Tron network today by the name of ‘TronSociety’.
What’s the point of a Super Representative?
In their core essence, Super Representatives are there to help add more value to the TRX ecosystem. TronSociety is one such entity that is headed by Marius Gill. It comprises of more than 700 members — all of whom are dedicated to the unequivocal growth of the Tron network.
We are so grateful for your support and appreciate it so much!
— Tron Society (@TronSociety) October 30, 2018
In terms of the results of the election, TronSociety was able to procure a large number of votes (more than 90 million to be exact) thus making it a prime contender for being a ‘Super Representative’ for Tron.
In an interview with key staffers associated with the Tron Society, a representative stated that:
“While we are working on developing new projects, interacting and working with the community is the most important thing for us.”
More About TronSociety
Founded by Marius Gill at the tender age of thirteen, the point of setting up TronSociety was to help the Tron foundation in its quest to develop its network and infrastructure in the best/easiest manner possible. Also worth noting is that, Marius has previously developed the ‘Tron Wallet’, which is a multi-functional storage tool that does not make use of Tronscan API.
Till date, the Tron Foundation has backed Gill and his various efforts, even giving the young developer a loan of around $100K so as to develop an iOS version of the aforementioned wallet. In relation to this development, Gill was noted as saying:
“The chance of getting an award is less important to me than getting involved and sharing vital moments with peers in the Tron community so that I get more time for test and optimization. To get it better. That’s more reason why I made an open-source earlier on.”