Tron’s blockchain and Main Net allows you to issue your own TRC-20 cryptocurrency very easily. It’s probably easier than it was to do on the Ethereum network (Tron’s Tronix itself started as an ETH-20 based currency) and people and organizations are taking advantage of this feature. Let’s have a look at the three biggest Tron-based coins right now.
Intergalactic Gold (IGG) is issued by Intergalactic Gaming, an organization that’s looking to become one of Tron’s Super Representatives (in fact, they already are now). The project’s aim is to use the Tron blockchain to decentralize online gaming all over the world and to use the IGG token as a means of exchange between users and players.
The online gaming platforms have spawned real economic activity as the most enthusiastic players get some of the most exotic items in each game and then trade them or sell them to other enthusiasts who are willing to pay for them.
If Intergalactic Gaming has its way, this trades will happen in the future by means of IGG. So this is not a token that’s meant to pay for your cigarettes or your beer, but to stay 100% digital, within the video gaming communities of the world.
It’s the top Tron-based token by market capitalization at $121,213.6 USD, it costs $0.0008817 and the supply is of roughly 50 billion.
Our site, the Tron Weekly Journal is a news outlet mainly focused on Tron. As our Facebook page notes,
“Tron Weekly Journal (Tron Weekly) is an endeavor to bring all Tron world news under one umbrella. All latest events, happenings, ICOs, business ideations, interviews of ideators and entrepreneurs, and every activity in the world of Tron will now be available under one unified online journal called the Tron Weekly Journal. While there has been immense churn and activity in the world of Tron, there is no centralized portal or information pool where a new initiator or Tron enthusiast can gather necessary information, be part of a Tron network and connect with other Tron enthusiasts and investors.”
The Journal spreads the news through all the usual social networks and the main website (tronweekly.com) and it also issues its own token, TRWJ. The token’s purpose is to reward content creators and to carry out advertisement, promotion and other similar tasks relative to publishing.
The third asset we’d like to list is called TronWallet (TWX). It’s capitalized at $126,084,554, costs $0.0042028, and the total supply will be of nearly 30 billion of which half are in circulation currently.
TronWallet is an app available for both Android and iPhones. It’s a crypto wallet and exchange for Tron users. It’s an open-source project that puts emphasis on security and usability.
According to the project’s website, the coin’s purpose is to be,
“used inside the TronWallet Autonomous Exchange. TWX will enable token holders to swap tokens and run Dapps on top of TronWallet and its sdk’s (software developer’s kit). It will enable users to connect into a hub and execute instant purchases of tokens directly through smart contracts, at a price that is continuously recalculated. An unstoppable autonomous exchange and liquidity network.”
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