Crypto’s in the green today! TRON (TRX), Cardano (ADA), and Nano grow – where will they stop?
TRON is currently selling for $0.038705, which puts the coin up 13.13% in the past 24 hours.
Like many crypto coins, TRX started growing at the beginning of this week. TRON’s growth is likely related to its approaching launch of the TRON test net.
The test net launch is expected to happen on March 30th. Will TRON be able to continue growing up until its launch date and beyond?
In other news, Rick and Morty fans got a pleasant surprise when TRON founder Justin Sun joined the conversation of converting the show to the blockchain. Sun tweeted, “Our TRON can help you to raise cryptos like TRX BTC to make next season of RickandMorty. We don’t need to beg for network’s order.”
The tweet was met with enthusiasm by fans, generating comments such as “RickandMorty is a great show! TRX capitalize,” “Watch Rick and Morty off of Tron Main net? Just imagine…” and “People now start buying into crypto to help pay for new season of rick and morty.”
Despite that last comment, it seems doubtful that the Rick and Morty buzz is generating that much growth for TRON, but you never know. Stranger things have happened.
Would you buy TRON to support Rick and Morty?
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Cardano is currently selling for $0.221887, putting the coin up 13.70% in the past 24 hours.
Nothing quite so exciting as a pop culture reference here, but Cardano’s growth has been strong since the start of this week. Some of today’s growth looks to be easing off at the moment.
How much further do you think Cardano will grow?
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Nano is currently selling for $8.95, which puts the coin up 7.75% in the past 24 hours.
Despite the growth, Nano is still struggling. The coin has yet to return to its selling price of a week ago, which was just above $10.00. Nano came close today, reaching a high of $9.70 before trickling off.
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Do you believe the crypto market will continue to grow?
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