TRX Leader Justin Sun Hints at New Mysterious Acquisition for Tron


The CEO of the Tron Foundation, Justin Sun, has recently announced that Tron acquired a new important asset. Sun first announced the mysterious acquisition on Twitter. Which asset specifically, it remains to be seen.

After acquiring BitTorrent, everybody is curious to see what Justin Sun has on his sleeve, so the community remained pretty curious.

Recently, he has started several partnerships with cryptocurrency exchanges in order to list the TRX token in them and enlarge the community. Among these partnerships is one with John McAfee’s new crypto exchange. This is giving the asset an edge in its competition against EOS and Ethereum, so it generally picks the interest of the investors.

This time, however, some people in the community seemed pretty skeptical about Justin Sun’s announcement, as he is known for making way too many of them and not all of them are equally relevant.

In another tweet, Sun talked about the recent milestones reached by the Tron Foundation. They include the recent listing on Poloniex and the upcoming niTROn 2020 conference.

Unfortunately for Justin Sun, not all news about him is good news. He recently revealed that his account in the Bank of America was just shut down. He claimed to have to account for around eight years without any issue, but they decided to just shut it down.

At the moment, there is only speculation about why the bank may have decided to shut down the account. If Sun used it to buy Bitcoin, for instance, this could give the banking institution a motive to finish his account, as they have done it before on other occasions.

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