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The Cheaper TRON (TRX) Gets The More Attractive It Becomes: Here’s Why.

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On January 5, 2018, TRON (TRX) commanded a price of $0.26 a piece and a market cap of a little over $17 billion. Right now, the same coins go for just $0.03 a piece and the company’s market capitalization has fallen to $2.15 billion.

Sure, this decline has come against a backdrop of wider market collapse. Prices across pretty much every coin or token on the market are a fraction of what they were just a few weeks ago and the industry is currently undergoing one of the all-time steepest corrections since its inception less than a decade ago.

With Tron, however, a few other inputs have served to push down the company’s tokens slightly further than might otherwise have been the case if the company had simply fallen on a collateral impact principal.

TRX Daily Chart

TRX Daily Chart

The company’s white paper was shown to have been plagiarized (to a degree) and despite Tron’s efforts to explain it away as a translation problem, markets are far from convinced. The somewhat omni-presence of (and, in turn, potential overreliance on) Tron’s founder, Justin Sun, has also spooked markets a little, compounding the just mentioned white paper concerns and adding weight to the wider market decline.

As many of our regular readers will know, we’ve been on the lookout for some of the top recovery picks in the cryptocurrency space.

And while we’ve highlighted a couple of the things that are weighing on Tron and TRX right now, this coin is one we’re flagging up as a top pick.

Why?

Well, Tron has a grand vision of solving the problems that are currently caused by a centralized internet. The company bills itself as a blockchain-based open-source global digital entertainment protocol and, for all intents and purposes, that’s what it is. But there’s more to it than that.

It’s set up as a decentralized network through which anyone can freely create content, websites, and applications, without relying on centralized services. If the company can execute on this goal (and all signs so far suggest that it can, at least from a technical perspective), it’s not going to have to achieve much by way of penetration into the sector it’s targeting to command a large presence in the tech space.

Tron has scored a range of big-name partnerships, including with Peiwo (which has more than $10 million registered users), UPLive (20 million users), Bitmain (needs no introduction) and Gifto, a blockchain based virtual gift exchange established by Asia Innovations Group.

We’ve said it about Ripple (XRP) before – the ability to score enterprise level partnerships is a really great indicator of a company’s position in the market. Any company can tell you its technology is going to be a game changer; not all companies can convince existing market incumbents that this is the case and, in turn, get said incumbents to sign off on a partnership.

Ripple has been able to do just that, as has Tron.

And it’s probably in a large way due to the above-mentioned Sun spearheading growth. Sure, a company that’s overly reliant on its founder isn’t great, but if the founder is a real growth catalyst, it’s also not a bad thing.

And Sun really is a catalyst here. He acts as a link between the global Tron community and the company’s development efforts and, in this space, an open access line to what’s going on behind the scenes, especially at a time when markets are down and sentient is weak, is invaluable.

Bottom line: the market is down and Tron is down more than most. The lower it gets, however, the deeper the discount that’s available to anyone that wants to pick up cheap coins ahead of a recovery.

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Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency.


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Bitcoin Investors – Keep Your Eyes on Inheritance Tax

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The IRS recently warned crypto investors to pay their bitcoin taxes or amend returns that have been misreported. By sending out warning letters, the IRS essentially put the magnifying glass on all crypto investors. 

This magnifying glass is about to get even bigger following a recent court order delivered on August 26 by a Florida court. If you are a crypto enthusiast, then you have likely heard of Craig Wright, an Australian computer scientist who has attracted criticism over his claim that he is the mysterious bitcoin inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto.

Craig “Satoshi” Wright was sued by the estate of his former business partner, the late Dave Kleiman. Kleiman is a bitcoin pioneer who died in 2013. Before his death, Dave and Wright had allegedly mined over a million bitcoins together.

Craig Wright to hand over 500,000 BTC worth over $5 billion

In the August 26 order, Judge Bruce Reinhart of the Southern District Court of Florida said that Wright should hand over half of the bitcoin (BTC) that he and Dave had mined before the latter’s death.

That’s 50% of the 1.1 million bitcoins Craig Wright and Dave Kleiman allegedly mined together going to the plaintiff – Dave’s brother, Ira Kleiman. Ira…

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How Will Mozilla’s Firefox Private Network Affect the VPN Market?

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Mozilla announced earlier this month that its web browser, Firefox will block third-party trackers for everyone by default. And last week, the company announced another interesting product that could revolutionize the browser market.

The new product dubbed Firefox Private Network will act like a virtual private network (VPN) although the company thinks what it is building is something different from the conventional VPN. The new product is expected to give Firefox users more privacy online by providing an encrypted path to the web.

One major difference between the Firefox Private Network and the traditional VPN is that Mozilla’s product is web-based, which means you can only access its services when browsing the internet using the Firefox browser.

This presents an interesting challenge to other developers of web platforms including Google Chrome, Microsft Edge, and Apple’s Safari, among others. It also poses a potential threat to VPN service providers since this could be a substitute product to the already existing services.

The company recommends its new product to those using public Wi-Fi or those that want to hide from ad trackers. Nonetheless, this is not a comprehensive VPN service and will be a huge let-off for VPN providers.

In addition, while the service is available originally free on beta, Mozilla said that this is only for a limited time. So, clearly, a premium service will eventually replace the free pilot…

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eToroX Review: A Top Cryptocurrency Exchange

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eToroX is a digital assets exchange which features a cryptocurrency trading exchange as well as a crypto wallet. eToroX is created by the same group that operates the eToro forex and CFD social trading platform, but this Exchange is for trading, buying, selling and exchange of cryptocurrencies and blockchain-based/tokenized assets.

Regulation and Ownership

The crypto wallet and exchange services offered by eToroX (a company incorporated in Gibraltar and owned and operated by the eToro Group) are regulated by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. eToro X is a regulated DLT provider with licence number FSC1333B.

Fees

Two types of fees are incurred by eToroX users: exchange fees and wallet fees. Exchange fees relate to deposit/withdrawal transactions and charges on trading activity. eToroX does not charge for deposits. Trading fees are either maker (limit orders) or taker fees (market orders). Maker/taker fees are tiered and are adjusted by trading volume.

Monthly Volume

Maker fees

Taker fees

Tier-1
<$100,000

0.10%

0.24%

Tier-2
<$500,000

0.09%

0.22%

Tier-3
<$1,000,000

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