Tron CEO Justin Sun Reveals Holding ‘Huge Bag’ of BNB, HT, OKB - Will Huobi and OKEx Become New Tron SRs?

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  • Justin Sun is again dropping hints at possible new Tron’s announcements; some in the community believe that Sun plans to add new Tron Super Representatives – Huobi, OKEx

Tron CEO Justin Sun Reveals Holding ‘Huge Bag’ of BNB, HT, OKB - Will Huobi and OKEx Become New Tron SRs?

After the Binance exchange became Tron’s Super Representative (SR) number one recently, some in the Tron community are starting to assume that more crypto exchanges are going to be added in this role soon as well.


Justin Sun posts a tweet with a ‘riddle’

At the weekend, the head of Tron Justin Sun posted a tweet, in which he shared that he is a holder of ‘a huge bag’ of Binance Coin (BNB), Huobi Token (HT) and OKB.

He also says I ‘help out my friends’ and that he bets on exchanges that support TRX. This made some in the comment thread start ‘reading between the lines’ and assume that just like Binance, Huobi and OKEx may become Tron SRs soon.

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Justin Sun also played riddles about Huobi 

Previously, U.Today reported that Huobi Global now supports the Tron-based USDT stablecoin.  Prior to that, Justin Sun gave his followers a riddle to guess about Huobi Global.

Later on, he also provided the answer – Huobi Global now supports the Tron-issued USDT coin.

Meanwhile, as per a recent tweet by the Tron founder, the amount of TRC-20-based USDT coins now totals 250 mln – another milestone for the Tron Foundation and its CEO.


What are your thoughts of a possibility of Huobi and OKEx becoming new Tron Super Representatives? Share them in the comments section below!

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