In the world of cryptocurrencies, you will be waiting a lot. Case-in-point; EOS, TRON (TRX), and Stellar (XLM), where we are waiting on a few big things to come. All three projects are launching new things and all we can do is wait for them. For now, let’s see how the coins are doing.
EOS is currently selling for $18.55, which puts the coin up 3.20% in the past 24 hours.
What are we waiting for from EOS? The launch of EOSIO 1.0 but we’re getting there. EOSIO Dawn 4.0 launched on May 4th, which puts us one step closer to the EOSIO 1.0 June launch.
The EOS Hackathon is also upcoming. The EOS Global Blockchain Hackathon will be held in Hong Kong from June 9-10, in Sydney from August 4-5, in London from September 22-23, and in a yet to be announced final location from November 10-11. The Hackathon is an opportunity for developers and entrepreneurs to create a whole new set of blockchain dApps to further decentralization.
Think you’ve got a great new dApp idea? Then perhaps Hackathon is the place you need to be! Go, let your creativity loose!
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TRON (TRX) is currently selling for $0.080584, which puts the coin down 1.65% in the past 24 hours.
This decline comes in spite of the fact that TRON, at long last, completed the TRX airdrop a few days ago. A total of 602,881 addresses have officially been sent their airdrop. Were you one of the lucky ones?
With one thing ticked off the TRON checklist, we’re still waiting on the TRON mainnet launch and the TRON Super Election. Shall we count down the days with Justin Sun?
T-21 days until Mainnet launch! #TRON will be one of the most competitive mainstream blockchains with the most users. We graduated #1 from the ETH platform with 1.08M+ users, more than OMG and EOS combined. ETH was just a prelude. Now for the main act 🎵😎 $TRX pic.twitter.com/Oyj4XN1T7l
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) May 9, 2018
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Stellar (XLM) is currently selling for $0.377374, which puts the coin down 2.06% in the past 24 hours.
Stellar’s a little different than the other two coins here. Instead of a direct Stellar update, we’re waiting on a Stellar fork. The Kik messaging app, to be powered by the kin token, announced that it would be forking off of Stellar to create its own blockchain.
The main point of this Stellar fork for Kik is to make Kik transactions free, something it can only do if it creates its own blockchain.
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