Airdrops are becoming the new normal in the world of cryptocurrency. Owners of popular cryptocurrencies will regularly see some free tokens show up in their wallet, assuming they have control over that wallet at all times.

The Tron team, for example, recently completed a 30 million TRX airdrop to the Ethereum community. The year 2018 will prove to be rather interesting for Tron if all things go according to plan.

Earlier this year, the project launched its testnet to bring their technology to the masses. Although this is not the same as a live network for building real-world applications or conducting real transactions, it is still an important milestone in the history of this particular altcoin.

Developments on this scale always generate a lot of initial interest. Additionally, it seems the Tron token will undergo some interesting changes as well.

With the mainnet launching pretty soon, Tron can move away from the Ethereum blockchain, which currently hosts its TRX token. More specifically, TRX was initially introduced as an ERC20 token, which allowed the team to create a convenient initial coin offering some time ago. Read more from…

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