Tron (TRX) has just been added to the Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange BitBox. To mark the occasion, the platform announced an airdrop of up to 9,000,000 TRX tokens.
— BITBOX (@bitbox_official) August 15, 2018
Meanwhile, the Tron community has elected BitTorrent as one of the 27 super representatives that will power the Tron network.
BitTorrent, which was recently acquired by Tron, has over 100 million users on Windows and Mac. The peer-to-peer file-sharing protocol allows users to download large files at fast speeds with a simple interface.
Both BitTorrent and Tron share the vision of a decentralized internet.
Tron’s 27 democratically elected super representatives will be responsible for hosting nodes and validating network transactions.
BitTorrent just got elected by the community as one of the 27 #TRON Super Representatives, check out this video and learn more about their team and mission! @BitTorrent $TRX pic.twitter.com/XtJ6E2Arn1
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) August 14, 2018
Tron bought the legacy file sharing company back in June for more than $100 million.