Tron Founder Justin Sun Delivers on His Promise: BitTorrent (BTT) Enters Top 30

Tue, 05/28/2019 - 09:33
Yuri Molchan
As Justin Sun publicly promised📢 💜 earlier, BitTorrent now enters the top🔝 30 coins’ list with an increase in📈📈 BTT holders and number of BTT transfers
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On May 27, a prominent Tron proponent Misha Lederman posted a tweet, saying that BitTorrent had entered the top 30 line of crypto assets, according to CoinMarketCap. He also wrote that TRX now is back in top 10 but CMC shows that the native Tron’s coin is still on position #11.

Justin Sun delivers on his promise

A while ago, U.Today reported that in one of his tweets Justin Sun promised that BTT would enter top 30 in Q2 this year. Another thing he announced was that TRX is to return to the top 10 V.I.P. club in June.

Apart from Lederman, the fact of BTT now taking spot #30 on CoinMarketCap was confirmed by Tronscan in Twitter. Back at the time when Sun made this announcement about BTT, the token was sitting on place #50 on CMC.

Tronscan writes that it took BTT 150 days to complete this move from #50 to #30.

As for TRX coming back to top 10 on CMC, time will tell if Sun was right.


Sun network about to launch on testnet

Earlier, it was announced that Sun Network (otherwise known as DappChain) is to launch on testnet on May 30. It is expected to improve Tron network’s scalability, enable users to create sidechains and make Tron-powered dApps consume less energy.

TRX is rising on CMC, thanks to Justin Sun’s recent tweet

On Monday, the Tron CEO wrote on his Twitter account that “something huge and amazing going about Tron and BTT”. He promised to share details on June 1.

Pumped by this news and Bitcoin growth, TRX yesterday showed a rise by 14 percent. At press time, TRX keeps rising (+5.80 percent), trading at $0.0342.



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Yuri is a journalist interested in technology and technical innovations. He has been in crypto since 2017. Believes that blockchain and cryptocurrencies have a potential to transform the world in the future. ‘Hodls’ cryptocurrencies. Has written for several crypto media. Currently is a news writer at U.Today, can be contacted at

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