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Market Cap and Supply

Market Cap

$7,205,075,166

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3.94%

Fully Diluted Market Cap

$7,204,505,940

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3.94%

Circulating Supply

97,560,674,650

Supply Availability

N/A

Trading Statistics24h

Volume

$260,409,197

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25.18%

Open

$0.071063

Low

$0.070054

High

$0.075026

Close

$0.073847

Liquidity

Bids vs Asks (1% depth)

$12,358,390

$11,843,213

All Times

All time high

$0.23167

All time low

$0.0018043

ATH

Current Price

$0.07385225

ATL

31.33%

Social24h

Twitter

Lists

2

Followers

1,164

Statuses

1

Facebook

Likes

0

Talks

687

Reddit

Post Daily

4.63

Comments

25

Subscribers

124,182

Development24h

Github

Stars

2,793

Subscribers

332

Github Issues

Closed

892

Open Total

7

Closed Pull Req.

3,097

General Information

Consensus

DPoS

Algorithm

N/A

Sector

Infrastructure

No. of Exchanges

20

No. of Pairs

96

About TRON

What Is TRON?

Created in 2017 by Justin Sun, head of the Singapore-based Tron Foundation, TRON is a decentralized smart-contract platform that aims to serve as an alternative to the Internet that is free of middlemen, has close-to-zero fees, offers high throughput and scalability, and is readily available to all Decentralized Applications (DApps) in the TRON ecosystem. TRON’s native currency is Tronix (TRX), and the cryptocurrency kicked off with a successful $70-million initial coin offering (ICO). The TRON protocol runs on a Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) model in which a consortium of Super Representatives (SR), voted in by TRX holders every 6 hours, maintain the transactions on the TRON blockchain. The DPoS model means that TRON cannot be mined, in contrast to Bitcoin, which relies on a Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithm. Super Representatives receive block rewards that create new TRX as incentives for maintaining the integrity of the network. Tron is Ethereum-Virtual-Machine (EVM) compatible, meaning it has Turing-complete virtual-machine capabilities, but its bandwidth model is similar to that of EOS, making it less expensive and more seamless than Ethereum. There are currently two token standards that can be issued on Tron, namely TRC10 and TRC20, which can be easily swapped for TRX. The average block time for TRON is one minute. See below for a full selection of markets where you can trade TRX for other cryptocurrencies, US dollars, and other fiat currencies.