Tron officially included in Apple’s Stock market app, project wiki launched
Tron (TRX) has officially been listed on Apple’s Stock watch app, a standard app on all Apple devices. The news was tweeted by Justin Sun. Apple will currently be listing the TRX-USD pair. Tron is currently six days away from the main net launch which is scheduled to happen on 31st May 2018.
Justin Sun tweeted: “Apple has officially included
$TRX pricing! Just add TRX-USD to your Stocks app. 1B @Apple users around the will be able to keep on top of #TRX market info. Come grow with us! #TRON“. This marks a major milestone for Tron, just before Tron plan’s to exit from the ERC20 ecosystem.
Tron is not the first cryptocurrency to be listed on Apple’s Stock app though. The app already has following pairs such as “BTC-USD”, “ETH-USD”, “EOS-USD”, “IOT-USD” (IOTA), “BCH-USD” (Bitcoin Cash) etc.
Tron Wiki Launched
A brand new encyclopedia on Tron was launched by the Tron Foundation on 24th May 2018. The encyclopedia is dubbed as “Tron WIki“.
Through the encyclopedia users will be able to read and learn more about Tron’s blockchain technology, it’s underlying protocol, development updates on Tron (including a brand new block explorer) and can stay up to date with latest events from Tron.
Just like Wikipedia, the new encyclopedia will fully document the latest development and updates on the Tron project.
The Tron wiki library is a community run project where users can participate and increase the Tron library.
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