Both EOS (EOS) and Tron (TRX) are leaving the ERC20 technology behind to create their native Main Nets. Firms and partners have supported Their decision, and it seems this could become a massive problem for Ethereum.

The launch of both coin’s native Main Nets is already announced and in place. But some crypto enthusiasts (especially Ethereum enthusiasts) are not very optimistic about this, and they predict this will bring those other altcoins down.

They’re not alone. Some Tron and EOS users are not that happy either (Tron’s, especially) have been expressing doubts about what the emigration will do to the coin’s value.

Mr. Justin Sun, who is Tron’s founder and CEO (and also an Alibaba‘s Jack Ma’s protege which doesn’t hurt his credibility) has addressed this concerns by saying there’s no reason to be alarmed, and that the coin’s development is looking to protect the user’s interest. “The TRON Foundation decides that TRX only supports migration to exchanges for the sake of the safety of users’ assets and hopes that this allows ordinary users to avoid the risk of losing assets just for missing the snapshot time in the mapping snapshot mode.”  Justin explained the advantages the Main Net will bring in scalability, speed, and TPS (transactions per second).

He continued, “Our main goal at Q3 is to fully support third-party apps and provide third parties with stable and reliable system-level support, including high-performance pluggable smart contract virtual machines and optimized P2P network systems. In Q4, we will focus on cross-chain communication and privacy protection.” Despite doubts, the migration announcement for both coins has created expectations that have strengthened them both. EOS became the fifth world’s digital coin, and Tron went tenth (fell to the 10th position just recently, though). Read more from globalcoinreport.com…

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