Justin Sun recently took the crypto arena in a blow with his intriguing statements on his Twitter handle. On November 7, Sun tweeted a post which got viral in no time as it indicated towards the chances of Tron getting listed on US-based globally reputed crypto exchange, Poloniex.
Make a guess😊 https://t.co/0wem8Z8oq3
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) November 7, 2019
Earlier Poloniex exchange engrossed its investors and followers through its official post, which read:
What's next to be listed on #Poloniex ?
Tell us your guess for a chance to win an iPhone 11 📱(64G)
First, RT w/ comment and tell us which project you think will be next.
Then, tag 3 of your friends – if you win the phone, they’ll win Airpod Pros🎧
Good luck 🤗 pic.twitter.com/txXIQVG9yS
— Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) November 7, 2019
“Make a guess,” came the response from Justin Sun, who, under his excellent guidance and strategic partnerships, has earned accolades for the TRON network in every possible manner. The suspicious reply of Sun has indeed created an air of excitement and suspense in the blockchain community. Predictions and probabilities have started to pile up as investors are anxiously waiting for the announcement of the official big news. There are people who are also predicting that with this listing, the price of TRON (TRX) is likely to touch new heights.
Presently, TRON (TRX) is standing strong at the 11th spot on the digital currencies’ charts, with the total market cap of $1.29 billion. With a 24-hour market volume of $964.34 million, TRX was trading for $0.0193.
The recent times have been quite crucial for the TRON platform as it entered into several strategic partnerships with the biggies of the marketplace, including The Coingaming Group and Binance supported SafePal. The collaboration with the Coingaming Group has also brought BitCasino.io and Sportsbet.io as the latest addition to the TRON system.
Poloniex has also seen many developments and evolutions in the past month. The exchange platform has moved out of the Jeremy Allaire led Circle to create a new exchange which will not lend support to the customers in the United States.