If you are into Tron, then you know that one of the good things about owning some Tronix (TRX) digital coins is that it empowers you to vote to choose the networks’ Super Representative (SR) nodes. And what are SR nodes I hear you ask?
Well, those are the nodes that produce new blocks for the Tron blockchain. In other words, those are the computers that keep the network running. If Tron were Bitcoin (which it’s not, because Tron is not mineable), SR nodes would be the mining nodes.
One of the most remarkable SRs is none other than TronEurope (tron-europe.org). You can think of Tron Europe as Tron’s European branch. It’s a very well developed community within the worldwide Tron community. It even issues its very own TRX-based cryptocurrency (TERC) which fuels the activity in the community.
For the past year Tron Europe has been able to give an extremely high promotional voting reward.
Going forward the reward will be adjusted to 500%. This however is still one of the highest SR voting returns out there.
We’ll continue our hard work as one of the top TRON SRs. pic.twitter.com/NOeFEZ1KoD
— Tron-Europe (@europe_tron) August 24, 2019
On last Tuesday, August 20th, Tron Europe celebrated one continuous year as a Tron SR. In this article, we’ll put the year in perspective and remind you (or inform you) of the multiple milestones achieved by the community during those twelve epic months.
Tron Europe celebrates its 1st anniversary as a Super Representative today. We would like to thank the community for believing and continuously voting for Tron Europe. 🙏👍🏼
A surprise is now on the way.😉 pic.twitter.com/MS5WKYfJss
— Tron-Europe (@europe_tron) August 20, 2019
It all started on August 20th last year, when TronEurope became an SR. A few days later (September 9th) there was a meetup from CryptoDiva in Rome. Then on the 25th, it partnered up with TronWatch market, and five days later the TERC token got listed on tronstoken.org.
The rest of 2018 was a little quiet as only two events took place: the official icon presentation (October 10th) and a partnership with CryptoFaucet (December 14th).
As the new year began, the Tron Summit took place in San Francisco (January 17th and 18th), and Tron Europe was there, where it partnered with Chibi Fighters. A couple of days later, on the 20th, the Game of Tron ICO was presented.
February saw Channel Indonesia arrive on the 12th, and two new servers were installed on the 22nd. March brought with it a listing on trontrade.io (16th) as well as listings on ABCC Exchange and new Channel France (18th).
After 1 year @europe_tron:
1. Was always on the top 3 #SR on the #Tron network.
2. Ran 4 ICOs for a state of the art Dapps on the blockchain.
3. Created #TERC the most profitable token in #crypto with >30% yearly return.
3. Destributed millions of #TERC for holders and voters pic.twitter.com/GFUJ4dgFa8
— Waleed | Tron Warrior (@WaleedTron) August 21, 2019
April brought the Belgium Channel to the network (11th), launched the TimerGuardBox ICO (16th) and saw the start of the rewards program for TERC holders. Then, on the 23rd, Tron Europe secured a partnership with the Tron Weekly Journal (another Tron community), and both communities sealed the deal by meeting up in a pizzeria in Berlin.
On May the node launched two ICOs: DVMarketplace (1st) and BeFaster (19th). June welcomed a partnership with Mazer Gaming, a professional e-sports team (3rd); Channel Australian on the 5th. On the 17th the soft cap for the BeFaster ICO was reached.
July launched the TimerGuardBox ICO which failed to reach its soft cap on the 17th. LATOKEN listed TERC (22nd) and DVMarketplace arrived at its soft cap on the 25th. There is another ICO going on led by the TronEurope team, Aftermath Islands, which ends on October 6, 2019.
#Blockchance Conference 2019 is over and the conception and preparations for 2020 have already begun. As a small thank-you for the "Very early birds" we sell the first 100 tickets for only €100,00 + fee at https://t.co/ubsWrgGrHP – The early bird catches the worm. #BC20 #BC19 pic.twitter.com/YT0i6EKkgG
— BLOCKCHANCE 🌍🚀📡🔭 (@Blockchance_) August 20, 2019
On the current mont Tron Europe made its presence felt at Blockchance.eu and the Befaster hard cap was reached. All that happened from the 15th to the 18th.
So as you can see Tron Europe has had a hectic and successful first year as a Tron SR. It’s one of the most active sub-communities in the Tron environment, and it brings to the table lots of enthusiasm and innovative spirit.
Happy Birthday, Tron Europe!
Editor’s Note: This article was updated on August 26, 2019 after TronEurope requested a correction about their ICOs being not Aftermath Islands failed on Softcap, but that was TimerGuardBox. The ICO for Aftermath Islands ends only on the 6th of October 2019.
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