The CEO of a decentralized Internet protocol TRON Justin Sun said that his team will be organizing a fund to ‘rescue’ the ethereum and EOS developers from the ‘collapse’ of their platforms.
To support developers, Sun is ready on one condition — they must transfer their decentralized applications to the Tron’s ecosystem. One commentator who was interested in the proposal wrote:
Twitter account EOS New York, presumably owned by one of the manufacturers of units in the EOS network, said:
We think we will be just fine given the billion dollars in VC funding for #EOS and #EOSIO projects that is locked and loaded around the world at Galaxy, SVK Crypto, Tomorrow, etc. Appreciate the offer, though. Best of luck, Justin. @block_one_ @SVK_Crypto @tomorrowbc— EOS New York (@eosnewyork) December 7, 2018
Other commentators welcomed or ridiculed the proposal of the CEO of TRON, and even called on the participants of the cryptocurrency industry for cohesion.
“Looks like after the #hashwar we now have a #dapp war,” one of them wrote, referring to recent events in the bitcoin cash network.
It is not the first time Sun mentions competing projects in his posts. In October, he wrote that the new version of its Odyssey 3.1 software would bypass Ethereum in speed, and EOS — in terms of efficiency.
The TRX rate for the last day fell by 5.65% — one of the least dramatic movements among the major cryptocurrencies. At the same time, the coins of the projects ethereum and EOS he mentions are down by -11.81% and -21.19% respectfully at the time of writing.
Recently it became known that Joseph Lubin initiated massive layoffs in the ConsenSus, a crypto-related company. Lubin sent an email approximately to 1,200 employees on Friday night. He also described the possible layoffs as the vision for what “ConsenSys 2.0.”
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