- Peter McCormack recently posted a video on Twitter, which has created outrage over the social media.
- The video which has gone viral shows, Justin, asking people to “buy my shitcoin.”
Peter McCormack recently posted a video on Twitter, which has created outrage over the social media. The video clip shows the CEO of Tron, Justin Sun attending the Satoshi Roundtable conference in North America.
The video which has gone viral shows, Justin, asking people to “buy my shitcoin.”Within three hours of upload, this video has garnered over 100,000 views.
My exclusive interview with @justinsuntron is now available.
Hot tip for a Pulitzer. pic.twitter.com/TZaedkezOX
— Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) February 9, 2020
The reason behind this statement from Justin isn’t clear. Another tweet shared by Peter McCormack mentions what exactly Justin says in the video for better clarity.
“Tron is a stupid shitcoin – Justin isn’t coming on the show – Justin hasn’t paid me anything – Justin hasn’t lent me a private jet. Justin admitted on camera that Tron is a shitcoin. Goal achieved. If anyone sees this & buys, Tron then lol. Next?”
Keeping this viral video aside, Tron has recently completed a milestone in block height and number of transactions. This performance is proof that Tron is building up steadily and will attain success in the future. So, one does not need to bother about the statement made by Justin in the viral video.
This achievement of Tron was revealed by Misha Lederman, the Co-founder of IAmDecentralized.org, who works as Director of Marketing and Communications at TronWallet. He tweeted this information along with a chart that showed that Tron surpassed 17 million in block height and 886,646,113 total transactions.
He also wrote that while people are arguing whether Tron is a good option or a scam, it managed to pass 17 million block height with nearly 900,000,000 transactions. The users believe in Tron and use it daily.
The actual tweet:
While you're busy arguing which coin is more or less of a shitcoin, TRON just passed 17 million in block height & 886,646,113 total transactions
Dapps need speed, efficiency & reliability pic.twitter.com/Ht6bNX9ggx
— Misha Lederman (@mishalederman) February 9, 2020
Regardless of the content of the video, Tron is continuing to grow.