Tron’s success and massive achievements are proving to naysayers that these days it’s not worth to be a hater.
An interesting tweet says that Tron and BitTorrent token is basically Satoshi Nakamoto’s words come true.
Last year, Tron’s founder and CEO bought BitTorrent.
In a brand new interview with CNBC’s Crypto Trader, Tron’s founder and CEO Justin Sun talked about BitTorrent and said that he bought it for $140 million. He also addressed the plans for this platform.
“BitTorrent has been around since 2003. This is a very successful P2P network responsible for P2P file sharing. At the same time, it has more than 100 million active users around the world – basically, monthly active users,” Sun said.
The protocol via trackers can help the peers connect to seeders. Ethereumworldnews reports that everything is peer-to-peer.
The online publication writes that “According to their whitepaper, the BTT token will be part of creating a “token-based” economy and optimization of the BitTorrent network allowing for the effective transfer of value between participants.”
What Tron is doing is basically tokenizing one of the largest software in the world.
The Tron supporter Crypto_Tone1 believes that Tron is the best example of what Satoshi meant by value and BTT is the fulfillment of the man’s vision.
Satoshi’s vision – coins trading within a very large network like BitTorrent. Those were his words 11 years ago. $TRX & $BTT will trade within that network which happens to be owned by #TRON . How could one still be a hater of TRON lol pic.twitter.com/95dY504OSP
— Crypto Tone (@Crypto_Tone1) January 27, 2019
Monero could be the closest to the concept behind Bitcoin
Satoshi would also be impressed by what Monero, the privacy-oriented coin has to offer. The token comes extremely close to the concept behind Bitcoin.
Satoshi wanted a platform in which value can be transferred safely and securely while at the same time anonymously unlike how most cryptos work today.
Monero has been able to restore this kind of confidentiality in the coin usage as long as the users don’t link their identities to the public keys.
Monero would be among the few coins which would be able to survive a crypto apocalypse due to its strong leaning on privacy and security.