A little more than a month ago, TronWallet issued a new TRC10 token (which means it’s based on Tron’s most straightforward token technology and can be traded for TRX coins at Tron’s decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges).
It’s called the TronWallet Lifetime Subscription Token (TWLT). You need to own only one of these new tokens for TronWallet to grant you an elite level of subscription called Lifetime VIP tier. As long as you still hold that single token, your subscription will remain at the VIP level. If you sell it or trade it, the token’s new owner will acquire it. Epic, right?
This new Lifetime VIP Tier subscription enables you to access every feature in your TronWallet without any additional fees except for one, the vote for listing fee feature.
In other words: you’ll be able to vote for super representatives, send or receive any of the supported cryptocurrencies, use 2FA authentication, have premium support, save your contacts on cloud, do atomic swaps (ETH to BTC), request payments, make payments, claim airdrops and trade without limits or fees at TronWallet’s DEX.
The new token’s supply will be very limited as only 10,000 tokens will be available. Those coins are created already, and no new TWLT will be mined or produced in the future. They will be released at the rate of 1000 yearly. The currently available supply is the one corresponding to both 2018 and 2019. The next round will be released in January 2020.
Ever heard of a TWLT token? It stands for Tron Wallet LifeTime Token. Total supply is 10,000. 1,000 released a year for the next 9 years. Current price is 200,000 TWX on TronWallet. 1 TWX = 1 TRX. TRX is currently $.031. That makes 1 TWLT $6,200 USD! Move over Bitcoin #TRON #TRX
— ZMAN (@EarthToZman) January 10, 2019
An additional advantage for TWLT holders will be a higher ration on Airdrops by partner tokens. The exact ratio depends on each partner so it can fluctuate, but you can expect to get from 2x to 10x more coins as other TronWallet users. This is for TWLT holders only so owning one of those coins will get you a lot more free tokens.
So how do you get some TWLT, I hear you ask? The price was 200,000 TRX at the start. But some promotions have been available over the last month that allow you to buy one at a 50% discount. You can buy it using any of TronWallet’s regular channels, including its telegram channel.
So hurry up! Not too many tokens are available and holding one will give you so many good advantages as a member of the Tron community that it’s surely going to be worth the price.
The Tron-based token ecosystem is thriving. All the tokens in this category can be traded for TRX at Tron’s decentralized exchanges, and there are many new interesting TRC10 and TRC20 coins that are worth exploring.
Just to give you a couple of simple examples, there’s BTT (BitTorrent’s Token) which will be a TRC10 issued by the BitTorrent network, and that will incentivize seeders in the world’s largest decentralized network. Then there’s the TWJ token, which is a token used to finance, sponsor and operate the Tron Weekly Journal, the website that functions as the news central for all things Tron over the web. This kind of activity will soon rival Ethereum’s in terms of token variety and ICO launches.
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