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Why Tron (TRX) price still stagnates after several weeks of good news?

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Tron just celebrated its first birthday (as well as Justin Sun‘s). It’s been a momentous year for the project and the last six weeks have been even more spectacular with lots of completed milestones. Tron became independent from Ethereum by releasing its new Main Net, which was a success in full.

All the available reviews for the new network say that the features, speed, and scalability are as good as expected. Then the old ECR-20 Tronix tokens became independent too. After those events, Tron bought BitTorrent and released its new virtual machine. 

Rumors are still in the air about a possible partnership between Tron (TRX) and Alibaba, and there’s even a new rumor about Twitter after some officials from the microblogging site were known to visit Tron’s offices to talk with Mr. Justin Sun.

Finally, the “secret” project was announced among a lot of anticipation. It’s called Project Atlas, and it’s a way to integrate BitTorrent with the Tron network. The idea is to use the Tron network to improve BitTorrent’s performance and to find new news to incentivize BitTorrent seeders so that they seed their files for longer times thus enhancing the network’s usefulness.

So it’s all been great news and even hype for Tron, yet the digital asset associated with the project (TRX) is still not performing as the price has remained stagnant. Why?

There are several reasons for the coin’s current behavior according to different neutral observers and other members of the crypto community, let’s review them.

It’s imperative to realize that there’s nothing really wrong with Tron’s current performance in the market. While it’s certainly not rising quickly in price, it is increasing indeed, and the thing to keep in mind is that the whole year has been bearish for the almost all cryptocurrencies. So slow as the growth is, the fact remains that most coins are not growing even slowly but losing ground.

Another piece of the puzzle is, just, that Tron (TRX) is still a very young project. It’s been around for a year only, and the new Main Net is not even two months old.

There is no doubt that the Main Net is every bit as good as Mr. Justin Sun promised it would be, but it’s going to take some time for developers to create enough decentralized apps using the Tron network so that those apps bring new Tron users around, thus creating demand for the token. 

Another consequence of Tron’s youth is that it’s still not very widely adopted as a cryptocurrency. This is crucial. Adoption means usefulness, the more users any cryptocurrency has in real life, the more problems a coin can help to solve, the more demand there is for it, and it’s that demand that can bring prices up.

The adoption process needs a lot of work and takes a lot of time, even Bitcoin, king of all tokens, has had a tough time to achieve partnerships that help it find its way to new users. The good news in this regard is that Tron community members are acutely aware of this, so they are working hard to find new uses for the token, and, they are using it themselves as well.

However slowly Tron’s currency’s price (and demand) is growing, the project remains among the most ambitious, relevant and reliable in the cryptosphere. It has a community with very engaged and capable people, and the leadership has delivered on its promises every time. The challenges as mentioned earlier that have to do with time will also disappear because of time.

Too many observers are scratching their heads over TRX’s current performance, but the Tron project is still viable. New apps, new users, the integration with BitTorrent, wider adoption will thrust Tron forward in the long-term. If you are holding any TRX currently, the wisest move would be to keep it, not to sell out of fear or impatience.

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DeFi Wizard Raises $750k from Blockchain Investment Bigshots, to Simplify Multi-chain DeFi Legos

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Bengaluru,, India, 24th February, 2021, // ChainWire //

In order to give shape to their ‘one-click DeFi contracts creation’ dream, Defi Wizard has raised a total of $750,000 from X21 Digital, AU21 Capital, Amsterdam-based TRG Capital, DeltaHub Capital, NGC Ventures, and ExNetwork.

Speaking on latest development Defi wizard founder and CEO, Anand Kamath said: 

“It gives us immense pleasure to announce that our platform, DeFi Wizard has attracted the attention of leading blockchain investors and funds.”

DeFi Wizard aims to help cryptocurrency companies and businesses seamlessly create digital assets, without any hassles, with the objective of becoming an all-in-one token creation platform. 

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This recently concluded fundraising round is an important milestone for Defi Wizard. It will fuel the development of the platform along with operations/maintenance.

Other ways in which Defi wizard will receive assistance is with liquidity bootstrapping for Uniswap listing, alongwith added global and regional promotional efforts to generate awareness for the platform. 

About Defi Wizard

Defi wizard is a dashboard for building DeFi (decentralized finance) smart contracts with a few clicks. It offers real-time programmer analytics and allows users to create smart contracts for ERC20 / BEP20 / EDST, staking, yield farming, governance, cross-chain bridge, gasless relayer baked in.

As per the latest statistics, more than five projects are already using DeFi Wizard’s staking services and more than $100M AUM has been locked through the smart contracts generated through the…

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99Bitcoins takes over the “Dead Coins” project to become the cryptocurrency undertaker

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Singapore, Singapore, 17th February, 2021, // ChainWire //

99Bitcoins, an educational website that maintains a list of Bitcoin obituaries made by the media, has taken over the Dead Coins project as well. This move effectively crowns 99Bitcoins as “The undertaker of the cryptoverse”.

Deadcoins.com was established in late 2017 to document the death of thousands of altcoins that popped up during the cryptocurrency mania of that time. The idea was simple – create a list of coins that have ceased to exist after the hype died down.

A coin can become “dead” due to a variety of reasons such as its development being halted, having no one that uses or trades it, being exposed as a scam and more. While the project was initially maintained only by its founders, it was later outsourced to the cryptocurrency community which was allowed to add their own dead coins.

“I think the dead coins project is a brilliant idea that needs a bit of polishing” says Ofir Beigel, owner and founder of 99Bitcoins. “The fact that anyone can add a dead coin themselves made the list of coins very inaccurate. We’ve spent days going through the complete list and sifted out all of the coins that were buried alive, so to speak. For example, Bitcoin, Tron, Dogecoin and Tether are just some of the coins that were listed when we took…

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99Bitcoins takes over the “Dead Coins” project to become the cryptocurrency undertaker

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Singapore, Singapore, 17th February, 2021, // ChainWire //

99Bitcoins, an educational website that maintains a list of Bitcoin obituaries made by the media, has taken over the Dead Coins project as well. This move effectively crowns 99Bitcoins as “The undertaker of the cryptoverse”.

Deadcoins.com was established in late 2017 to document the death of thousands of altcoins that popped up during the cryptocurrency mania of that time. The idea was simple – create a list of coins that have ceased to exist after the hype died down.

A coin can become “dead” due to a variety of reasons such as its development being halted, having no one that uses or trades it, being exposed as a scam and more. While the project was initially maintained only by its founders, it was later outsourced to the cryptocurrency community which was allowed to add their own dead coins.

“I think the dead coins project is a brilliant idea that needs a bit of polishing” says Ofir Beigel, owner and founder of 99Bitcoins. “The fact that anyone can add a dead coin themselves made the list of coins very inaccurate. We’ve spent days going through the complete list and sifted out all of the coins that were buried alive, so to speak. For example, Bitcoin, Tron, Dogecoin and Tether are just some of the coins that were listed when we took…

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