Tron founder Justin Sun says one of his main goals is to see TRX become an official payment method in five different countries by the end of 2023, and he believes one of the countries that will accept the asset may It’s “China” his hometown.
In a recent Twitter thread, Sun hoped that the Tron blockchain’s token – TRX – would be accepted as legitimate money in “at least” five countries this year. where he posted the flags of Dominica and Sint Maarten, hinting that they might be the first countries on the list.
Huobi, where Sun serves as a member of the Global Advisory Board, partnered with Dominica last November to launch a national token on the Tron network.
Rolando Brison, leader of the United Peoples Party of Sain Maarten, recentlyrevealthat the Government has taken the first step in enforcing its regulations cryptocurrency and legitimize TRX:
“Letting cryptocurrency Proceeding without control in St. Maarten is extremely risky. And we have to be proactive. So I take the initiative to bring this law to the forefront of the Tron Protocol. There is the possibility of merging other blockchains. together later And this can be done as other countries like St. Kitts, which I know are also pursuing their own legislation.”
Sun describes the move as “Ambitious Goals” that may become a reality “With hard work and dedication,” he added, it could pave the way for recognition. future cryptocurrencies
Founder of Tron YoungsaidThe most populous country in the world – China – can “finally” legalize TRX.
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