A provably fair decentralized dApp casino that accepts $TRX as deposits. Unlike its counterpart, wink has on-chain transactions, and even though it is on the WAX Blockchain, it accepts crypto deposits for non-native blockchains like Tron. It currently has 5 games and a massive jackpot.
I will not mention bag loads, but bought that shit coin TRX sub .002 in early 2017 and cashed out at .18, bought VET at around .003 in 2019 and cashed out at .22 last year, and bought a bunch of ETH in late 2018 at 89.00 and cashed out most of it between 3600 and 4300. I plan on jumping back into the market heavy again once these prices fall another 30-50%. Yes, they are going to.
Do a baby deposit in your binance busd from your metamask. Be sure that you ve BnB there, and if it works the rest. Then try to withdraw a baby as usdc to coinbase using Matic, or convert to usdt and withdraw to coinbase. baby TRX always
Update the firmware with ledger live. If you don't do it, the Eth app doesn't work since the merge. Then, create Eth account, follow the steps to validate the address to deposit, and do a baby trx. If all worked fine, in meta you ve the option to connect it to your ledger (so, you lo need to confirm every TRX with your physicial device). Remember, connect, never put your seed there
There was a peak in volume in the last summer, and it wasn't surpassed again until the bored ape stuff (and the ape peak was like a day or two no more) In users and TRX January (but with less volume that the previous summer). Dap radar is your friend
This is why you should always transfer small amount first before if you've never sent through that network before on that exchange. Usually i trade to TRX, algo or XLM before sending them between exchanges. If i'm actually sending to a hodling wallet then you've gotta make sure you can send that amount, and test with a smaller amount first. But i do agree, it's ridiclous that they say on their website that they do support it but then appearently don't, making them at fault and they should be held liable for it. The least they should do is offer you something for the damage caused if they can't recover it.
ETC has ASIC compatibility and no developers or roadmap. ETH is getting fragmented to other mining coins and other POS coins. ETH is just another chain now. TRX is more efficient at moving USDT. Tezos is a safer smart contract platform. Expect variety of better daily highs to going to other coins in the next few months.
You can check them on https://polygon.technology/ solutions. In my job I ve been in contact with them to check edge and nightfall for example. Kind of l2s over Matic allowing the users to pay the fees using only the asset that they want to do TRX with (and then as a validator you should put the matics) or allowing private networks, etc. It opens new possibilities for every company who wants to port an app to Blockchain allowing an easy user experience (not needing to care about the fees for example)
Probably they started the community points on test nova to get free TRX, etc, and when they started the NFTs they realise that Matic was better to interact with opensea. I ll just thank that at least everything can be imported in a single metamask and they didn't choose other network as sol or whatever to do it even more complex
Usually you can get a better spread just linking your ledger to a metamask or Keplr. But do some maths if you re going to do a TRX to a cex, swap, and send it back to your ledger. Probably it ll cost more in fees than the initial worse price of ledger
Hi there, probably not related at all to the subject but better than making a new post so here I go, can I buy 18 TRX off someone? I won a 12,5$ giveaway and I recieved it in crypto USDT (Tether), but I need 18 TRX for a 12,5$ transaction and I can't top up so little TRX because the minimum needs to be 50$ and it's not worth it, put 50$ into crypto to take out 12,5$.
And probably even with the merge being successful. The fix in the fees can take longer than this bear. And even with arbitrum/op having more TRX than now to be again at +100gweis if the bulls come back would push some investments outside Eth by force
>In a bear market you can go shopping and find any project at 10-20% of former ath. Even stuff like AVAX, NEAR, ETH, ATOM, which pretty much every crypto enthusiast is bullish on long term. You new here? No reason why those coins couldn't be dead next year, look at the top 2017/2018 coins and where they are now.. NEO, XRP, TRX. Many coins will never go back to ATH, even the top long term coins from now.
I think it'll happen but it'll be different somehow... It's never the same and won't be easy. The way 2021 was different was no blow-off top, lots of 2017 hype alts never made new highs (e.g. LTC, XRP, XLM, NEO, TRX), which would've hurt a lot of long term bag holders, we had a massive 50% crash within the bull market during May + a death cross, both of which had never happened without a change in trend, but still somehow recovered and made new highs; only just, also coming as a big surprise to everyone as 100k seemed inevitable, so heals of people were caught off guard and lost a lot.
Tron would actually be entirely free for sending TRX and even free for sending USDT if you froze just a bit of tron for energy (which is gas). It replenishes every 24hrs so you would get free sends if you space them. Tron is everyone’s whipping boy but the network is solid, can be free, and has very good on and off ramps with USDT or trx on most exchanges. Just have to look past Sun’s reputation and for many that’s a big ask. The tron community is good though, but we’re always struggling to shake Justin’s cloud.
Not shilling anything here, just that I use XLM for all transactions because it’s basically free, someone had suggested TRX a few days back here at the sub and despite Justin Sun being a scum, can’t deny the cheap transactions it offers
>it's a taxable event I actually looked this up a while back. The big thing to note is IF YOU ACCEPT THEM. I asked this to a few tax people a few years back because someone in theory could send you a ton of tokens to wallets you don't keep track of. For example, TRX on somethings like Ledger Live it might not even show all the types of tokens so you wouldn't know you gotten something. ​ They said if you accept them then you are taxed. However, if you don't accept it, then you aren't taxed. Because it is forced on you, if you don't accept it then simply don't use it and ignore it.
Tron is definitely one of the most puzzling networks. It's an Ethereum clone that has a different method of paying for transactions using energy instead of fees. You gain energy for free by staking TRX for energy. You gain bandwidth for free by staking TRX for bandwidth. Everything requires staking. Tron is a growing network that's still very new. It has become the network for Tether reserves. Half of all USDT exists on Tron, a massive amount equal to 500% the mcap of TRX itself. It's quite insane. I believe much of what's driving TVL to Tron are the current high rewards for liquidity, staking, and USDD. USDD is a Terra UST clone that is different mainly in that it has much higher over-collateralization by other stablecoins. They're on their 2nd or 3rd round of rewards right now. Initially, they were giving > 100% APY for liquidity rewards, with huge bonuses for holding larger amount and participating in governance. 3 DeFi projects named after Justin Sun own 99% of all TVL on Tron. No other network even comes remotely close to this level of "centralization" of TVL. It's also one of the networks with the highest token (TRX) deflation. Honestly, I don't know what Justin Sun's end goal is. I can't figure out his game plan or how he plans to profit from it. It's very puzzling.
Arbitrum closed on binance... Ok. - Eth baby TRX + TRX: 8usd - USDT baby TRX + TRX : 8usd - Hop bridge: 6usd And there goes a portion of my Eth DCA, in just fees. Thank goodness that we are at only 10gweis but better on my ledger anyway
BTC going up in value is the main reason why most probably it ll never be mass adopted as a currency. You can't be a store of value, and edge, and a currency at the same time. It just makes no sense. Who would expend it? Now: - LTC is not a store of value. You only need to zoom out. - LTC was designed as a currency which fixes several problems of BTC in the l1 (fast and cheap enough to TRX) - LTC is by a long shot the most used cryptocurrency as currency. The two first points have a direct impact on this success.
It is still the dominant part of the ETH ecosystem *today*. If you want to leave ETH L1 out b/c of the roadmap, it's also easy to claim that the whopping 34bn locked on L1 will move to L2 boosting mostly Arbi & Opti far beyond BSC & TRX. However, I don't need to be right here, I still hold my AVAX and if something interesting comes up that can compete, I am confident I will be able to buy it in time. Currently, the only contender is BSC and if that one wins, I am selling out and leaving crypto.
You cannot just leave out the market position of the L1 if you are comparing. The ETH ecosystem is secured by the ETH hash power now and soon, TVL on L1. But even if we allow the skewed comparison, according to Defillama, Arbi and Opti are #6 and #7 based on TVL, and the only ones really growing over the last month, the rest is going nowhere, things like AVAX and SOL are cratering, ALGO is an also-ran, XTZ doesn't even try at #44. That leaves BSC and TRX which both are super shady
TL;DR; Justin Sun is saying Tron powered USDD will be a safer algorithmic stablecoin relative to DAI because DAI is pegged using MKR and MKR is not as stable as a native token, whereas USDD will be pegged using TRX and TRX is a native token and therefore more stable.
Often on TRX, the wallet they give you the seed to is a multi-sig wallet, so while you can get in, only the scammer can send anything since they control the other signature for the wallet. I believe there’s a fairly simple way to check if the wallet is multisig, but I’m no Tron expert
I've ran across this a few times recently as well. Unfortunately there's not really anything you can do - the wallet is probably multi-sig, and once you mention that to the scammer they will probably leave you alone and go after someone else. They rely on folks getting excited, sending a small amount of TRX, and then it gets immediately transferred. You keep enough USDT in the wallet to make it look attractive, then sit back and watch small amounts of TRX come in to your other wallet.
Are you sure its real TRX, not some worthless token they've named TRX? On the main Ethereum network, there is a way of doing it using Flashbots - see this article for inspiration. [https://medium.com/@kanewallmann\_71759/recovering-assets-from-a-hacked-account-with-flashbots-bfe920435fb6](https://medium.com/@kanewallmann_71759/recovering-assets-from-a-hacked-account-with-flashbots-bfe920435fb6) I don't know much about the Tron blockchain so not sure if you can adapt this, but good luck if you can pull it off! Definitely good to start teaching these scammers a lesson.
tldr; Tron Founder Justin Sun has said that Tron’s new stablecoin, Decentralized USD ($USDD), combines the best aspects of competing stablecoins on the market. $USDD will be pegged to the underlying asset, TRX, and issued in a decentralized manner. Users and arbitrageurs can send 1 USDD to the system and receive 1 TRX. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
I still holding GRT because when o wanted to sell it it was on my metamask... And the TRX + swap cost more in Eth than my whole small thing but worthy enough to pick profits. It has been bleeding to death for more of a year, and I can't care less about it. My personal reminder of what gass hands means
So far I’m staking mainly ATOM, ADA and SOL with some TRX and XTZ on the side. Tried DOT but all the validators process was not for me. I’m always staking from wallets not exchanges so I don’t know about what they could offer.
About the user cases, it's interesting... Because a big major company could just migrate one of their apps to a L2 or side chain... And absolutely nothing will change in the price. With less of few thousands you can be served for hundreds of thousands of TRX, and the purpose of the company _should not be_ to hoard bags but to pay the fees (and only if it provides real advantages in price or use against a cluster of their databases).
Yeah. It's certainly a good time to build up your portfolio. ​ >One of the simplest ways to outlast a bear market is to stick with projects that have been through one or two bear markets in the past and this is why I intend to stick with Cartesi. This is not their first bear market, as a matter of fact, the project was born during one and it is still going strong. P.S I might agree on the rest but TRX? Isn't that project dead?
There's a good chance a bear market helps more than it hurts, it may be nerve-racking at first, but over time, there's a very good chance that you could benefit from it. One of the simplest ways to outlast a bear market is to stick with projects that have been through one or two bear markets in the past, like bitcoin, XLM, Sylo or even TRX.
PoW is a scam to sell more hardware. Eth died giving birth to Tron. Mining rigs are fun though, but the really worthwhile outcome of all this is the 3d modeling and potential gaming and streaming opportunities from the quantity of high end video cards piling up. I'm so glad I found TRX when I did. Eth is seriously a dead horse with clown makeup, but there's a select few contracts that are still gestating into proper chains, I hope they get born in time. A "successful" PoS Merge will take decades to prove that it's not a puppet show.
Not really against it or anything, but if you’re really only investing a small amount in crypto, then you’re better off sticking with BTC or ETH, cuz there’s too much centralization in smaller projects, and most of these projects are controlled by very shady people in general It’s not just TRX, I’m just saying this based off what I’ve seen since 2014, maybe things change and you make money, but the moment things go wrong, then your entire view will completely change because of one bad *investment*
Ya, like I said at the start. You will make more if you do it yourself. Like SOL, TRX, and a number of others I stake on my hardware wallet. I only looked into this because I have DOT on kraken and seen I can stake bnb on binance us.
Yes it still makes sense to DCA. What you can do now if you don't like the idea of losing ground is move your portfolio so your 10% cash and 90% crypto and continue DCAing into crypto. You'll still be doing just fine for yourself if crypto continue to move up from here. If crypto falls off you now have a solid cash pile to deploy and accrue more crypto than you otherwise would have. Don't like the idea of your cash doing nothing? Spread it around several different stablecoins to dilute your risk of the stablecoin failing. Also there are 'good' and 'bad' ones out there. Dai, Rai, and USDC are the first 3 I think of if I were to spread cash around stablecoins. Depending on how much cash you have you might go with a basket of five. Do your homework though no need to take more risk than you need to with stablecoins not likely to maintain their peg in the long term. Stay away from under collateralized stable coins or ones with a mint and burn mechanism like LUNA-UST or the one that will be implemented with TRX-USDD. Once you got your basket of different stablecoins put them to work in DeFi lending protocols and DEX liquidity pools to start earning a return. There's a lot of liquidity pools that just transact stablecoins so unless something depegs you wont have to worry about impermanent loss. Pick at least 5 different protocols (again to reduce your overall risk) even better if they're on different blockchains. Pick the longest running best of breed protocols. Don't like the idea of stablecoins and DeFi? But still want your money doing some work for you? Put it into a traditional financial asset like a stock or bond ETF. Or both!
Hello guys, first time posting here since I have a couple questions you could answer. I'm from argentina, and I need to buy something abroad and crypto seems like the best way, but I know NOTHING about it. I will use Binance to do this operation, and need to buy USDT. . Now here's the thing: When paying, there are several options; USDT(SOL), USDT(TRX), USDT(ETH), all are the same ammount, but I dont know what it means. When buying my crypto do I just buy USDT and pay any of those or am I missing something? . Secondly, the I told the seller that I've never used Binance, and he told me "oh, if its the first time you cannot do it". Why would this be? Is there any time I have to wait since I get my crypto until I can transfer it to another Binance wallet, any ammount limit? (Mine would be around 2.500usd worth), or anything? Thanks in advance and sorry if this is not the place to ask this!
Then you better save something to prove that you did that sell, that the price was bellow of the maximal cash transaction allowed without notification (1000€ currently), than Any of the two sides is doing this in a professional way, that you add this amount to your holdings if you ve more than 50ke in cexes... And then if the planets are in a perfect line, you LL be taxed at the first TRX on them following fifo
So... I'm a long-time TRX holder (I just like the coin, I still think it has future potential... maybe), and I stake it on TronScan. All this stuff is making me nervous and I'm considering just putting it on a cold wallet for a while. It's definitely not life changing (not even that much, but to a normie like me, it’s just a nice little thing to own because I like Tron), but it'd sting me personally if I lost it. Do you think sites like TronLink and TronScan are vulnerable to this kind of thing? From what I understand, they work differently than other sites like Gemini/Binance/ect., but I'm by no means an expert.