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Tron

TRX

About

Tron is a blockchain-based decentralized operating system much like Ethereum that aims to advance the decentralization of the Internet and its infrastructure. At its core, Tron is a smart contract platform that offers high throughput, high scalability, and high availability for all Decentralized Applications (DApps) in the TRON ecosystem. The Tron blockchain is built around the usability of its native token, Tronix (TRX).

$5,068,021,057

$2,292,536,505

45.34%

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Reward Options
Risk
Complexity
Reward
Adj. Reward
Minimum
Lock Up
Avg. Fee
Staking Ratio
Vote a Super Representative
Risk
moderate
Complexity
easy
Reward
3.54%
Minimum
-
Lock Up
-
Staking Ratio
-
Adj. Reward
1.51%
Avg. Fee
20%
Run a Super Representative Node
Risk
moderate
Complexity
moderate
Reward
3.15%
Minimum
-
Lock Up
-
Staking Ratio
-
Adj. Reward
2.3%
Avg. Fee
20%

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FAQ's

  • How much can I earn staking TRX?
  • You can view the live staking APR at the top of this page.

  • Which network metrics do the rewards depend on?
  • The Tron Foundation will be rewarding Super Representatives 16 TRX per block generated, in addition to a candidate reward of 160 TRX per block for all SR candidates delivered in proportion to total votes.

  • Is there any risk to staking TRX?
  • Please consider that there is a risk of slashing of your funds, in case that the validator you delegated to, signs illegal transactions or votes for illegal forks. However if the validator and your funds get slashed would be decided case by case based on an on-chain governance vote.

    If you choose a reliable validator, the risk of slashing should be close to 0.

    There is no lockup period when staking TRX.

  • What are Super Representatives?
  • There are 27 Super Representatives (SR) on Tron network and they act as the bookkeepers (Validators) for the network. They are responsible for the verification and packing of all transaction data broadcasted on the network.

    Background information of the SRs are posted on TRON network for public access, and the most convenient way to check out the list of SRs and their information is by using TRON’s Blockchain explorer.

  • What is Tron (TRX)?
  • TRON is a blockchain-based operating system that aims to ensure this technology is suitable for daily use. Whereas Bitcoin can handle up to six transactions per second, and Ethereum up to 25, TRON claims that its network has capacity for 2,000 TPS.

    This project is best described as a decentralized platform focused on content sharing and entertainment — and to this end, one of its biggest acquisitions was the file sharing service BitTorrent back in 2018.

    Overall, TRON has divided its goals into six phases. These include delivering simple distributed file sharing, driving content creation through financial rewards, allowing content creators to launch their own personal tokens and decentralizing the gaming industry.

    TRON is also one of the most popular blockchains for building DApps.

  • Who is the Founder of Tron?
  • TRON was founded by Justin Sun, who now serves as CEO. Educated at Peking University and the University of Pennsylvania, he was recognized by Forbes Asia in its 30 Under 30 series for entrepreneurs.

    Born in 1990, he was also associated with Ripple in the past — serving as its chief representative in the Greater China area.

  • When was Tron launched?
  • The protocol was founded in September 2017.

    The Tron Foundation raised a total of $70 million in an initial coin offering (ICO) and launched its mainnet in June 2018.

    Since then, it has grown to become one of the top 50 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.

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