Giveaways in the crypto industry are a popular method of attracting new users and investors. Tron has been using it quite frequently as of late.
Now, they are talking about prizes totaling 50,000 TRX for the company’s Telegram group.
Hey #TRONICS, join the campaign and invite your friends to join #TRON official telegram group https://t.co/OlKqd7rShl to share 50,000 #TRX! The more people you invite, the more $TRX you will get. https://t.co/Ti3yySNvJF— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) September 16, 2019
Tron is giving away TRX for joining its Telegram group
Justin Sun spreads the word that Tron plans to part with 50,000 Tronix (TRX) and give those away as prizes to new members of the Tron group in Telegram.
There will be three winning places for participants – 5,000 TRX, 2,500 TRX and 1,250 TRX. Tron fans who do not make it into these will share the remaining 32,500 TRX.
The giveaway initiative will last until 20 September with just four days remaining until the end of it and the ‘riches’ getting spread around.
Tron CEO promises to give away $100,000 per month next year for political reasons
At the weekend, U.Today reported that Justin Sun decided to take an idea about UBI (universal basic income) from the US presidential candidate Andrew Yang. The latter has promised to provide 10 US citizens with $1,000 per month during 2020.
Yang’s initiative to UBI $1k to 10 ppl per mth for 1 yr, I'll pledge UBI $1k to 100 ppl per mth in 2020! I'll pick 1 to attend lunch w/ me & @WarrenBuffett 2020! I'll let Yang assist me in picking the lucky 100! Join us! #YANG2020 @AndrewYang https://t.co/YQFnXwXtuf— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) September 13, 2019
Justin Sun has accepted that ‘challenge’ and said he would pay $1,000 to 100 people on a monthly basis next year, thus promising to part with $1,200,000. He will also pick one person to join him and other leaders of the crypto industry at the much-anticipated lunch with Warren Buffett that is currently being rescheduled.
Prior to that, Justin Sun announced a 10,000 TRX giveaway to celebrate the launch of the Tron Virtual Machine (TVM) that took place in August last year.