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How will EOS and Tron’s migration from ERC20 affect Ethereum?

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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.

Mr. Sun says,

“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).

The migration to Main Net

EOS will migrate on Jun 2nd. Tron will start on 21st of June. Both projects work on blockchain tech (obviously) and Ethereum’s ERC20 smart contract at the moment. The migration will leave that tech behind.

Ethereum and ERC20

ERC20 is the Ethereum blockchain tech that allows creating tokens for trading. The full form of ERC20 is Ethereum Request for Comment and 20, which is the number assigned to a specific operation.

ERC20 has been around for about 18 months, and it’s Etherum’s primary tool.

The network allows developers to foretell how tokens that are new to the market will do; it also sets rules for the miners.

Other tokens use the Ethereum system and ERC20 sanctions those other users to access data about tokens and transferability.

Can the migrations make a mess for Ethereum?

The migration is a big deal as it possesses two coins that are in the top ten.

As these both coins leave the Ethereum ecosystem, their users and resources will move as well, which undoubtedly is not great news for Ethereum.

Besides, Mr. Justin Sun talked about getting their hundred million Dapp members away from Etherum to Tron’s Main Net, and that could be really bad for Ethereum. After that, Mr. Sun has been singing the Tron’s praises over Etherum much to Ethereum users discomfort.

Just recently, he said,

“From today to the last day, we are no longer the ERC20 token, and in the future, we will compete with Ethereum as a DApp platform.”

Justin Sun declared,

“We will compete face to face with Ethereum, and we have confidence we will build a large ecosystem; a much large ecosystem than the Ethereum. I will explain to you why we can surpass Ethereum in the future”

To Ethereum’s chagrin, Tron TRX has been doing great after the announcement. It’s been gathering support, new partnerships, and huge growth. If Tron can actually move its 100M Dapp users away from Ethereum, it could become the largest cryptocurrency int he world.

If that wasn’t enough, some crypto industry giants have been pledging support for Tron’s migration, including Bitfinex, KuCoin, Binance, and OKEx 

Sun went on comparing, two blockchains, earlier this month, as he tweeted:

In conclusion, while it’s very clear that EOS is still far away from the Ethereum, Tron’s users could turn it into Ethereum’s biggest competitor. It is still growing and developing and getting the support of some very important firms around the world.

That being said, Ethereum isn’t a new player, so they will likely know how to balance things out.

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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 and read our full disclaimer.

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How Can Foreigners Get Loans in Singapore

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Foreigners who are residing in Singapore and looking for financing could do so in the form of a payday loan. It is good to find out that you can borrow the money from a reputable lender and that the interest rates are low enough for it to be a viable option. Online lenders that specialize in doing business in the country can certainly help one. These online companies are not only reliable, but their service is fast.

At the same time, many cannot afford a high standard of living. Many individuals cannot afford essentials, such as a car or a house. It can be difficult for the majority of the working class to scrape through on their basic salary. 

What defines a foreigner in Singapore? 

A foreigner in Singapore means that you are not a permanent or natural citizen there. As a foreigner, you will not be holding a Singaporean passport. The rules can differ a little for foreigners and residents. Singapore, being a multinational hub, houses many foreigners within the city. Foreigners come to Singapore for the many attractions it offers. Many people come to Singapore for Work-related purposes. A lot many also come for vacations or to visit a friend or a relative. Some foreigners come with a plan to move to Singapore permanently, attracted by their lavish lifestyle. Singapore also…

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Aluna.Social is a Compelling Social Platform for Crypto Traders and Investors

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When one thinks about the social media landscape, the companies that first come to mind are most likely Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Snapchat.  These platforms are a great way to stay connected with friends, families, and colleagues, especially when geographic distance is a factor.  But, in addition to just chatting about life in general and sharing pictures, social media can be used to bridge the information gap that exists within the investment community.

Over the last decade, many trading offices have been established in large cities all over the world which allow solo traders and investors to pay a monthly fee in exchange for a workspace.  The real benefit to trading in these offices is to participate in the free flow of trading ideas and information.  Proprietary trading is one of the most challenging careers to be successful at and the exchange of ideas is almost required in order to succeed.  Traders at hedge funds and investment banks work in teams so why shouldn’t remote traders?

While these trading offices are a great way to help bridge the information gap, Aluna.Social may provide an even better way, especially as it relates to cryptocurrency trading.

Mission Statement

Aluna.Social, founded by Alvin Lee and Henrique Matias, is a multi-exchange social trading terminal for crypto traders and investors.  The goal of the platform is to help newcomers shorten their learning curve,…

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CoinFlip Scores Big with BRD Wallet Partnership

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As the crypto markets move closer to mass adoption, one of the keys for future success will revolve around attracting as many market participants as possible.  While many crypto users are extremely tech oriented, a lot of those on the sidelines are not.  The cause of waiting on the sidelines could be due to a variety of reasons such as fear of the unknown, lack of knowledge, age, or a combination of all of the above.  In order to entice new users to join the crypto revolution, crypto ATMs are rising up across the country.  Of those, the largest and most influential crypto ATM company by a significant margin is CoinFlip.

In early October, CoinFlip announced on its Twitter that it had officially partnered with BRD Wallet to re-introduce their crypto ATM map.  Now, BRD wallet users will be able to locate their nearest CoinFlip ATM and receive a 10% discount for both buys and sells.  BRD brand awareness is growing quickly within the crypto community thanks to its innovative and entrepreneurial spirit.  The team strongly believes in the value of financial freedom and independence, and want to empower people across the world by leveraging the possibilities that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies provide.

Cryptocurrencies are already making a huge difference around the world.  Citizens of Venezuela, a country devastated by rampant inflation, have been using several cryptocurrencies…

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