In preparation for the mainnet launch, Tron (TRX) is adding technical giants to its team. This would make Tron stand out among other blockchain projects.
To add more to Tron, Taihao Fu, a young and respected talent that has both overseas study and work experience, has joined TRON. Taihao Fu worked with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) in the past, as a software engineer.
Taihao participated in software engineering projects likes Project Connection-Pink, Project TBON, Project Domino Access Service, etc., while at IBM. He has gained topnotch experience in project development and big data development.
Taihao, who holds a master’s degree in Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology, also worked at Marlabs. Inc. and Barclaycard US.
“I really like the atmosphere of TRON, for TRON gathers plenty of talents here and is doing something really amazing”, Taihao said after joining Tron.
“Although personally faced with great challenges in some aspects, I am very honored to participate in such a course. I believe TRON will do a good job. And I also hope to promote the development of the blockchain industry with the power of TRON.”
SR Election Manifestoes Coming Out, As OEX Lists Tron (TRX)
The cryptocurrency world is prepared for the much-discussed Tron mainnet launch and the SR election that is centered on making the Tron community completely decentralized. It is no gainsaying that the Tron community is fully prepared for the launch and continues to receive collaborations from tech companies, exchanges, among others.
The announcement of different listings by the exchange every day is one notable sign that the cryptocurrency will receive wide acceptance the moment it quits the ERC20.
Interestingly, nearly two days to the launch of the mainnet OEX Exchange, one of the largest exchange in the world supporting multiple digital currencies, switching different currencies and with flexible transactions to meet users’ diversified investment needs, has indicated it would list Tron (TRX).
In the same line, OKEX has announced it would support the TRON blockchain upgrade and token migration.
Meanwhile, those who wish to contest in the Tron Super Representative (SR) election are releasing their manifestoes.
One of the participant is Freespace, a company managed by Dean Zaremba, a senior network engineer with over 20years experience, and Erin O’Reilly, a network engineer that specialized in network security.
The company in its manifesto says it has a combination of technical, marketing and communication skills, which makes it perfect for SR candidates.
“We are adequately self-funded and operate with a small-business mentality,” the company has stated.
“This means, we will run our node reliably with proper redundancy, but at a very fair price, as we believe in right-sized engineering. We are fortunate enough to be only 20-miles from the most redundant and secure hosting facility ever built. It is a green facility, has low electrical costs at under 5 cents per kWh, a 35% guaranteed savings on internet bandwidth, some of the lowest taxes in the world, and sub 20 ms ping times to half of the USA.”
While we expect more manifestos ahead of the SR election, there is optimism that Tron mainnet launch generate glories for the altcoin.