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Tron Founder Justin Sun Asks Community about Next Dapp They Want to See, TRX Fans List Their Ideas

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Sat, 17/08/2019 - 11:00
Tron Founder Justin Sun Asks Community about Next Dapp They Want to See, TRX Fans List Their Ideas
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The Tron founder Justin Sun is ‘back on fire’ as said in his recent tweet and promised to a) return TRX into the top-ten list on CoinMarketCap, b) to get BTT back to the top-thirty rank on CMC.

Now, on his Twitter page, Sun says he wants to build a better blockchain world and asks the community for ideas as to what Tron-based dApps they want to be produced in the near future.

Justin Sun: ‘If I need to be a superman so be it.’

The picture on Sun’s tweet depicts him as a ‘Superman in Blockchain’, who intends to reform the world of the DLT.

Sun’s recent tweets with new promises provoked a negative response from the community. People fairly believe that after the failure with the Warren Buffett lunch (which cost Sun around $4,5 mln). Besides, many other allegations of scamming towards him are making the Tron founder look somebody far far away from being a ‘superman in blockchain’.

However, the tweet where Sun asks for the community’s opinion seems to be met somewhat warmer than the aforementioned promise to make TRX one of the top ten coins once again.

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Make a crypto phone, the community says

The community members whose responses did not contain rebukes or scam accusations suggested that Tron should stop focusing on gambling dApps and make some real use-cases for Tron.

One of the ideas was to create a Tron-based blockchain phone.

One user still reminded Sun about the postponed lunch with Warren Buffett.

A lot of other comments traditionally accuse Justin Sun of being a scammer and urge everyone to short TRX, calling it a ‘shitcoin’.

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