- Justin Sun, the founder and CEO of TRON, recently published some new stats regarding his popular cryptocurrency.
- According to him, TRON has exceeded 16.8 million blocks, while the number of accounts on the mainnet is at 4.6 million.
- Sun also revealed that the Tron Foundation will postpone the deadline for submitting projects for its Developer Challenge by one month due to coronavirus.
TRON CEO, Justin Sun, recently decided to share some of the project’s major achievements via Twitter. He revealed some of the recent data from the TRON network, stating that the mainnet recently surpassed 4.6 million accounts.
Sun also addressed that the project’s block height exceeded 16.875,778 blocks, while the number of nodes on the network came close to 1,000.
He also addressed the situation with TRON’s dApps, noting that 4 out of the top 5 dApps with a 95+ rating come from TRON ecosystem.
TRON postpones deadline for Developer Challenge due to coronavirus
He also addressed the situation in China, specifically the outbreak of the coronavirus, which has been spreading through the country for quite a long time now, with thousands of confirmed cases of infection, and nearly a thousand dead, according to recent reports. According to the announcement from the Tron Foundation, the company has decided to postpone the deadline for the Sun Network Developer Challenger.
Originally, the deadline for the participants to submit their project was February 15th. However, due to the outbreak, the deadline was postponed by one month, and the challenge is now scheduled to end on March 15th. This gives participants another month to perfect their projects and submit them to the Foundation for review.
As for TRON (TRX), the coin currently sees a 1.60% increase in price, although it currently still sits at the 13th spot on the list of highest-ranking cryptocurrencies, with the price of $0.021749, and the market cap of $1.45 billion.