To the relief of investors and crypto holders worldwide, it appears that the digital asset market has stabilized. What had emerged as an imminent moon landing, before the much-anticipated mainnet launch, stopped plans in their infancy. Once Bitcoin (BTC) started declining, it caused a domino effect in its wake.
At the beginning of May, Bitcoin fell on hard times, from approximately $10,000 to around $7,541 today, according to CoinMarketCap. At the same time, Tron followed a similar trend, when it experienced a $0.10 value on April 30. Regardless, things have now slightly changed, and both TRX and BTC are trading stronger, at $7,541 and $0.0644 respectively.
What is remarkable and a testament to the commitment taken on by Tron is that the mainnet launch is still on schedule. In the context, Justin Sun has taken charge regarding communications, as we get closer and closer to the event -even dubbing the MainNet launch as a day for Independence.
There is no denying that both Justin Sun and the Tron foundation are deeply committed to the vision of decentralizing the web, and that is precisely why they are declaring tomorrow, May 31, an independence day.
For those who can’t contain their excitement, the live stream broadcast that is supposed to lead to the Mainnet launch is going to start at 11 am (UTC +8), with Justin Sun haven already having provided links to the event on both Periscope and YouTube. Plus, the following statement was also released by Ethereum World News:
“In conclusion, the MainNet is all set for launch at the aforementioned time and through the provided links. For those who will not have the opportunity of watching the launch live due to time zone constraints, Ethereum World News will be there with the updates and summary of events.”