There's an unclear line between Tron Foundation accounts and CEO Justin Sun's personal expenditures on the community, as a recent Tesla giveaway…
At Tron's niTROn Summit, CEO Justin Sun sketched out his vision for how BitTorrent's massive user base can leapfrog the crypto adoption problem.
Tron and Neo weren't the only crypto projects interested in acquiring BitTorrent; in fact, CoinDesk has learned, five others were tempted to buy too.
It turns out that more crypto companies explored buying BitTorrent than just Tron. Not previously reported, Neo Global Capital made a much higher bid.
At least five BitTorrent employees have left BitTorrent due to disagreements related to its acquisition by Tron founder Justin Sun.
After announcing his candidacy just one day ago, Tron founder Justin Sun has already been elected to run a node in the network.
Tron is in the process of electing "super representatives," but who's behind the wheel until the votes are in?
Tron says its technology officially went live today, but the migration of its users funds from ethereum to its mainnet has yet to be fully completed.
Valued at nearly $3 billion, the Tron blockchain is set to go live in the coming days, finally putting the much-debated technology to test.
Scammers hoping to steal cryptocurrency are hacking verified Twitter accounts to swindle users.