EOS and Tron (TRX) are expanding their reach in the crypto markets as they prepare to officially launch their own blockchains.
Backers of both coins are transferring their crypto in advance to make sure their investment carries over after the mainnet launch.
Requirements for transferring your EOS or TRX vary – check out the links on how to prepare below.
EOS is riding high on new additions to Zebpay and the eToro trading platform. Huge players in the crypto space are also vying to become a supernode called a “block producer” on the EOS blockchain when the mainnet launches on June 2.
Crypto exchanges Huobi and Bitfinex have announced their ambitions to become one of the 21 available supernodes. Antpool – one of the biggest crypto currency mining platforms around – is also trying to get on board.
Here’s a look at how to prepare for the EOS mainnet launch.
Tron is also making some big moves ahead of its mainnet launch on May 31.
Founder Justin Sun recently announced that Coinbene is adding TRX to its cryptocurrency exchange. Meanwhile, Bittrex added a new Tron trading pair on its exchange, allowing users to trade in TRX/USDT. In addition, Zebpay has just announced it will be adding Tron on April 27th.
Tron Labs is also working on selecting 27 “Super Representatives,” which will crunch the numbers and validate transactions on Tron’s network.
Here’s a look at how to prepare for the Tron mainnet launch.
Update: This article has been updated to reflect the new launch date for Tron’s mainnet, May 31.